Toys of the Seventies, Wham-O Super Stuff

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This was the 60's version of Goop. It came in powder form in a package and you mixed it with water. The result was a blob of bright pink goop. It had very sweet bubblegummy type of smell. I'll never forget that smell. I got it stuck in my hair when I was 4 and my mother had to cut it out with a pair of scissors, LOL
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kepaulvic - May 09, 2009 - Report this comment
We had this stuff I've been looking for info about it for years. We threw some up on the ceiling of our front room and it looked like a bear walked across the ceiling. Those marks were on my Moms ceiling forever.
Rob Lambert - June 06, 2012 - Report this comment
Wham-o Super Stuff was, at best, a novelty. It was available from 1968 to 1970. Other than making messes, the fun factor wore off quickly. This, along with Superelasticbubbleplastic, was one of Wham-o's bombs. Complaints from parents included kids putting the stuff in their mouths because of the sweet scents, thus becoming a choking hazard. I have one commercial, from an episode of "Bugs Bunny-Road Runner Hour (4/12/69, CBS)." Wham-o had big hits with Hula Hoop, Frisbee and SuperBall. Afterward, something went wrong.
Ron - September 08, 2012 - Report this comment
Like kepaulvic I used to throw it on my dads 10 foot high ceiling and it would leave clean spots. Must have been about 20 of them up there and were there forever. Rob is right, is was novelty but something I just had to have but after a short time of playing with it the fun wears off and to the trash it goes. I never forgot the stuff though but I couldn't remember it's name until I ran across some today at a yard sale so I bought it. It's an unopened package and it was 50¢. There is a Sears price tag on it for 66¢ so hey, I saved some money! I showed it to a guy at another yard sale and asked him if he remembered it. He looked at it for a little bit and said yes, vaguely, and then said "the smell". We never forget a smell and they are very attached to our memories. I looked on Ebay and an unopened package, which is what I have, went for $77.99 plus shipping!
zeenasix - April 12, 2013 - Report this comment
I loved Whamo Super Stuff- it had a great texture, an odd smell which was kind of pleasant and the mixing and waiting was awesome! But I also loved Super Elastic Bubble Plastic too so what the heck
zeenasix - April 12, 2013 - Report this comment
I loved Whamo Super Stuff- it had a great texture, an odd smell which was kind of pleasant and the mixing and waiting was awesome! But I also loved Super Elastic Bubble Plastic too so what the heck
twh1475 - May 02, 2014 - Report this comment
I seem to remember that you had to store it in the fridge. And yes the smell was one of a kind.

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