7 wacky Tupperware items you probably had around the house

You can never have too many citrus peelers.

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Sure, the Tupperware craze has died down, but during its heyday, Tupperware parties were all the rage, and you could never have too many matching containers.

For some, throwing Tupperware parties was an easy way to earn a few extra dollars. For others, it was a way of life. While we're all familiar with the orange, yellow and green tubs that filled our cabinets in the 1970s, yet there were some other nifty Tupperware tools too. 

Which of these Tupperware gadgets did you have?

1. Popsicle Molds

These things were fun for kids of all ages. If you wanted a Coca-Cola popsicle, all you needed to do was fill these up and let them freeze. (They never tasted as good as you thought they would.) And who said you have to stick with one flavor?

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2. Citrus Peeler

It was called a "citrus peeler," but it was really so much more. The versatile utensil could also be used as a letter opener, butter knife, cuticle pusher or whatever else you could imagine. You could even clean the rim of Tupperware seals with this nifty gadget. (If you wanted to splurge, you bought the 10 pack.)

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3. Elaborate Cookie Cutters

These weren't just any cookie cutters. They were the most fancy cookie cutters around! The elaborate shapes had a holiday theme, and included Santa Claus, a Christmas tree, turkey, bunny, jack-o'-lantern and birthday cake. We're still not sure why there was a coy pig cookie cutter though...

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4. Children's Tupperware

If your mom hosted Tupperware parties in the 1970s, chances are you had the Mini Serve It set. The play set proved you were never too young to learn about the benefits of Tupperware. 

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5. Keychain

Tupperware was already lightweight and fairly portable, but the company took it to the next level with the keychain. You could use it to add flair to your keys, or you could actually use it to store the tiniest of snacks.  

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6. Shoehorn

Although not pertaining to the kitchen, the shoehorn definitely came in handy when trying to fit into some tight slip-on footwear.  

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7. Assorted doohickeys

If you hosted Tupperware parties, then you definitely had these lying around your house. The set of Tupperware gadgets wasn't very useful, but you never knew when you would need a strawberry huller, ketchup bottle spoon or… wait, what do these other things do?

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