Everyone's favourite stickers from childhood are back. The originals were developed by Maus author Art Spiegelman way back in 1967, with the first series
of stickers being released in 1973.
, often gross
, Wacky Packages were a 10-year-old's dream come true (with Garbage Pail Kids
a close second).
posted by fizz-ed
on Jul 7, 2004 -
Dozens of them, along with posters and "mallen," are archived on this dutch page. (The site uses frames, so you might want to click on the english version of the news there on the site; otherwise
. Found via alt.sense
posted by moz
on Dec 19, 2001 -
Of course, all the cool kids called them Wacky Packs. It's odd to recognize that I was sticking these on notebooks, walls, doors and lockers when a lot of my coworkers were in diapers. I remember series 3
posted by plinth
on Apr 14, 2000 -
Man there's a lotta links today. I'd like to add one, and continue the profanity thing. Everyone say "fuck" one more time. And now, "ass." That's also a good word. Both are used liberally at BlowTheDotOutYourAss.com
, which appears to be some kind of guerrilla advertising group, similar to that whole Andre
thing. They provide templates for printing out stickers
that say things like ButIdon'tNeedMyToothpastDelivered.com, and IJustHadARectalExamOnline.com. Good fun for the whole family.
posted by endquote
on Mar 23, 2000 -