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    Default OT: What was your favorite toy/toys when you were a kid?

    Fairly generic topic but when you add into account this forum is from people all around the world, of all different ages, and with an interest of things with lots of buttons and knobs I bet there could be a lot of interesting and fun answers!!



    I had like 100 and used to bath with them Then came the original Nintendo and bye toys!
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    Best times playing with sticks and kicking rocks around outside.

    I also loved playing with Lincoln Logs ... but then the Super Nintendo came out

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    Leggos

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    Playmobil, Scalextrix and building model airplanes. I can't choose one.

    Until these came in

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    Schwinn Beach Cruiser
    GI JOE With kung fu grip
    Wind up Evil Knievel Motorcycle with ramps
    Big Wheel
    Star Wars Death Star and Millennium Falcon ! ftw!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n6NhS...eature=related

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    Old ladies.
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    i had a knight rider big wheel. rode that janx all over the hood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by padi_04 View Post
    Playmobil
    lol those are like non-midget Legos

    Marbles were also very big back in the day. I had lots of cans full of them until one day I swallowed one and almost die asphyxiated and bye marbles! Also a Lego head was stuck in a nostril for a few hours... thank God mom took it out with a bent wire hanger...
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    i was an only child so my imagination was my main companion. i used to line up all my stuffed toys and play shop. except i was the shop keeper and the customer. or gather plants from the garden effectively playing the part of the chef and the diner. and i also used to play war, the card game ... left hand vs right hand. wooot! and i read alot. sounds pretty lame but i had some epic times with meself.

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    GI Joe, Transformers, PVC Pipes to shoot skyrockets out of at at stuff.
    I had a 6ft Golliwog, not exactly PC but hey, also lived on the farm so did lotsa crazy idiotic kid stuff. Made our own fun. Till we got this ...



    the downward spiral had begun.
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