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All-TIME 100 Greatest Toys

In 1957, inventor Arthur Holt sold his design for a small plastic dome filled with colorful balls to Fisher-Price for just $50. Since then, the Fisher-Price Corn Popper has become one of the most beloved (and irritating) toys for young children of all time.

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from eBay

2 Vintage Fisher Price Toys 1960s #757 Melody Chime 788 Corn Popper Push Musical

2 Vintage Fisher Price Toys 1960s 757 Melody Chime 788 Corn Popper Push Musical | My baby sisters had both of these toys as toddlers. I still remember the pop, pop, pop as they walked the toy through the house

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Due to the worst drought in about 50 years, prices of corn are incredibly high and because of the corn shortage, farmers have resorted to feeding cattle whatever cheap food they can get their hands on. Feeding their livestock by growing their own forage with hydroponics system is another option that are being consider.

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from Etsy

Vintage Fisher Price Corn Popper

FISHER PRICE CORN POPPER My grandson has today's version of this today.

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from Vat19

Fisher Price Classic Toy Keychains - Chatter Phone

Fisher Price Toy Keychains: Miniature Chatter Phone, Corn Popper, and more. I so want the Chatter Phone. I played with that thing at every dentist, doctor and salon appointment I went with my mom to.

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from clearcreekmercantile.wordpress.com

Corn Husk Dolls and Nativities

Corn Husk Primitive Santa @Linda Boggs Creek Mercantile: Our primitive folk art Corn Husk Santa has a walking stick & carries a pack of sticks on his back. His beard and fur around his hat and bottom of his robe are made of corn husk curls. He stands about 8-9" tall and has a corn husk sack beside his robe (not shown). Each one is slightly different from another due to the drying nature of the corn husks. Our corn husk dolls are made in U.S.A. Shipping is included in the price. $48.00.

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from Instructables.com

Marshmallow from scratch - no corn syrup

Marshmallow from scratch - no corn syrup The ingredients for this recipe are: 3/4 cup water 2 x 28 Gram packets of gelatin (2 x 1 Oz. ) 2 cups granulated sugar 1/2 cup water 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1 pinch salt Powdered sugar (for dusting the sticky goo) If you had enough corn and corn syrup in your life, you might appreciate that this recipe has none.

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from Round the World in 30 Days

Little Corn Island Nicaragua - Photo of the Day

Little Corn Island, Nicaragua - One of the last remaining truly unspoiled islands in the Caribbean

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