March 17, 2011 |
In: Awesome, Cute
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I still have #21 in my closet. What is it exactly?
Feels good to have an awesome childhood
theanks for posting these pics theBerry
#4—————love that book!…just introduced to my daughter who is 7 and now its one of her favorites to read
My sister had a Baby Alive and it continued to be "alive" even after my mom took the batteries out! Freaky.
Donkey Kong Country FTW !!!
Wow. Takes me back to happier days. Love these posts. They help me remember things I had long forgotten about!!
#1 i never had that…my barbie's dream pool was a watershed lol :p
#2 i remember that ahah
#31… When I was young and traveled by plane, I wonder what cloud was their country.
#2 I still have one of these!!!!
what is #27 called??? i used to have those <3
I was just wondering the same thing! I know I had them!
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Sylvanian Families, always used to wonder why the mice etc were as big as the bears! x
Awe this makes me miss my childhood. 90's were the best. It's a shame most kids won't experience this stuff as we did – now they're just supplemented with electronic crap..
i'm realizing how amazingly awesome my parents were because I had 95% of tese as a kid
#10 & #12 strangely my favorites
#2 Do these remind anyone else of the things kind of like this but they were on ropes, and made of heavy, hard plastic? I think they were called "Clackers." The goal was to get them clacking together, bouncing against each other at the bottom of the circle, until you got them going fast enough that you could make them whack together at both the top and the bottom of the circle. Usually what happened was that you got them going for a couple of times, and then they'd hit not quite squarely, and propel one or both directly into your hand, wrist, and/or fingers. And they made a lot of noise, way more than you'd think, which was regularly punctuated with the screams and cries of the wounded. Sometimes they'd shatter and throw sharp, jagged shards in every direction. Man, I miss those toys. Good times, good times.
And hey, where are the lawn darts? Remember those? Why won't the lawyers let us have anything fun?
They were called Kerknockers (sp?)
Donkey Kong Country Returns! I call foul!
I didn't have hardly any of these when I was a kid. My childhood sucked!
#6 #12 #16
Best show ever!
LOL..oh memory lane, how fun it is to walk down your path…sigh*..good times…good times..
#9 I bought these for my kids 2 Christmases ago and it is still one of the main toys they play with )
#20 this game scared the crap out of me when I was little. I was never good at things that jumped out at me randomly LoL
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