Who remembers these?


Amount of F##Ks given, 0
I saw some pre-made in the store the other day. :rolleyes: I taught my scouts to do them a couple of years ago as part of a history lesson in toys/games of the late 19th century.

The 19th century (January 1, 1801 – December 31, 1900).

I wasn't aware that they had those. Lol

Do you mean 20th century? Lol


Routinely Derailed
I remember watching other kids with the notes and the other things, laughing when they were caught with them, and leaving school on time while they sat in detention. I did not learn that object lesson very well, but still avoided school disciplinary actions. In later years, the "breaking the rules" lessons were learned the hard way, from first-hand experience.

Anybody remember the contraband cinnamon toothpicks?


Jam out with ur clam out
omg... i still have some old note saved...

I was just looking thru them a few months ago!!! :jerry:


Surely you jest ...
If you Google Cootie Catchers there are some really cool templates to print out.

Wow, yet another thing children these days can be lazy about. We had to decorate and label our own. Imagine that. *shrugs*