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(we are not associated with the Topps company in any way, this is purely a fan site)
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- Wacky Packages are stickers (peel and punch-out) that were released by the Topps Chewing Gum company (and their Canadian partner OPC) from 1967 to the most recent series in 2008.
- They parodied common household products and were extremely popular among children in the 1970's. Read what some of the newspapers had to say at the time.
- Between 1997 and 2008, with the help of the internet, Wackys experienced a great resurgence of popularity as more and more people in their 30's and 40's, recall this childhood craze and desire to re-collect them.
Here are the top ten reasons why people love Wackys.
- To all of our amazement, in 2004 Topps brought wackys back, and they did so with considerable success. This has blasted the hobby to a whole new level. What the future holds, nobody knows.
- If you just need some honest advice about wackys, you should feel free to email me, email@example.com. All questions will be answered, from the basic to the complex, so don't be shy.
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We're adding pages regularly, eventually there will be complete scans and in-depth information for every series.
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