Ah those old glues, they did wonders back then. Thanks for sharing, and have a nice week!
They sure did. Especially for children making cool art projects to take home.
Oh yes! I certainly do! Martha, in grade two we had contests as to who could drink the most in one gulp!! I am serious! Nothing wrong with me!!?? lol
No, you didn't! LOL... The crazy things we do when we're kids :)
I hated the art class in school. I don't thing ever was one of my master piece ever on display on the fridge. I remember those glue jar with those tips, many times my fingers were the only things getting glued, at least in my time, there was no magic glue :)
That's too bad about the art class. Why wasn't it fun for you?
I was gonna ask the same thing? No fun?
I know, right? There must be a very good reason why art class wasn't fun. Most kids love it.
Oh I remember those bottles, what memories, love the way they squeezed out of those openings.
Yes, that was pretty cool the way they squeezed out of those openings!
Yep, I do remember that glue! Those were the days :)betty
Fun memories, Betty!
I remember mucilage. What a terrible name, eh? It sounds like some sort of horrible bodily excretion.
It is. Sounds very much like some horrible bodily excretion. Yuck!
we had a similar type in Britain with the exact same top.......
Very popular back then.
I remember we had jars of white paste (which some kids would eat! ugh!)
I know! The crazy things kids do...
I remember this glue. It's the only glue we had in school. In my earlier grades we had the real stuff made with flour!
Made with flour. That sounds very interesting!
I remember that stuff!
I think most of us do!
the syrup glue! what a throwback!!!
Yes, the syrup glue! A great way to describe it.
Hey! where did my comment go? of course I remember I wished it would come back i don't like the stuff now, you can glue your fingers together....I love it, and stay comment!
Blogger likes to eat comments, so don't make them too tasty :)
Oh, yes, I sure remember this glue. It always gummed up on the rubber top and I couldn't get the glue out. Frustrating in 3rd grade! I am 69 years old and it was around for a LONG time!
I know! It would seal the opening and it really was frustrating. But it does bring back so many memories.
I'm glad we had elmers
Indeed! Much easier to work with.