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Top five childhood toys

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1. Lego

2. Micro Machines

3. Transformer

4. Power Ranger

5. Batman

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-OMAGLES!!! (Anybody else have these? They were AWESOME!)

-Ninja Turtles

-Legos

-Generic Army Men

-My Huffy 18 Speed

*Edit - Micro Machines are up there too!

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. big wheel

. light bright

. etch-a-sketch

. shrinky dinks

. easy bake oven (never had one + it was for girls, but damn that shit was fly to me!)

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ordo killededed it.

For me:

1/6 scale Boba Fett

Micronauts

Corgi Cars

Redline Proline w/ flight cranks

Illegal fireworks

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ninja turtles, legos, voltron, mr. potato head. and nintendo.

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well i'm a girl. so this is where i enter barbies, teddy ruxben [remember himmmmmmm?], play-doh, mr. potato head, and TMNT.

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i did not have many toys when i was young because i am poor

i can remember playing with the ants in my room

you have to use paper so they do not get hurt

other than that, sony playstation is my best toy

i got it for my birthday is 1999

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oh and spiders kept in a matchbox for spider fights
spider boys? good book.....

under 6ish fav toys ...

meccano

cuisinair rods

elastics

home made playdough

paper dolls... my best ones were called pride and prudence

older...

bike

books

books

books

hockey stick

now...

laptop

sewing machine

ps2

am/ex

home made playdough

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1.MyLittle Pony, Astrology version and it's self-made castle

2.Barbie doll that wasn't barbie doll but had milky white skin and flaming red hair

3.Nancy Drew Books

4.Laplander's sled

5.Soviet era plastic toys and teddy bears

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In no particular order:

Legos

Sand or mud

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle action figues

Bikes

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Lego

Star Wars action figures

Pogs

Making my own toys out of paper/wood/whatever

Whatever computer my dad had at the moment

I always wanted some of those cool Mighty Max pocket playsets. I loved anything that could fit in my pocket.

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batman

teenage mutant ninja turtles

snes

mighty max haha

capitain planet

darkwing duck

pogs

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huh

never heard of that; the book is out of print; about maori boys?

do they have spider fights?!

:confused:

written by a singapore dude that lives in nz now

about youth gangs and life and stuff but all based around the spider fights (in singapore)

vagueness at its finest... i read it years ago

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Lego.

Cardboard boxes.

Electricians supplies

Construction materials and hardware

Action man

Action Force.

BMX

Air rifle

Penknife

Library card

Chemicals procured from school chemistry lab.

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I was on this site called http://www.retrojunk.com, watching the commercial sections brought back some childhood memories... specifically: toys. List yours.

-Legos

-Nerf guns

-Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles action figures (I still have two 12" Raphael and Michelangelo figures)

-Crossfire

-Slip n' Slide

thats exactly what i was thinking but change crossfire for gi joes

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teddy ruxben [remember himmmmmmm?]

it cant be yr favorite toy if you dont even remember his name

teddy ruxpin killed my mother

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Then:

GI Joe

Star Wars

Lego

HO guage trains

Atari 5200

Repeater rifle pellet gun

BMX

Now:

Tokyo Marui M4A1 RIS

modchipped PS2 and Saturn

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pogs

wtf was with those things? They were after my time but was there a point? To me they were just trading cards shaped like a disc with no information on them. I`m glad I grew up in the `80s, def had most of the best toys.

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as a child i really loved batman

tmnt

monster rancher

yo-yos (member that yo yo phase?)

bikes

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wtf was with those things? They were after my time but was there a point? To me they were just trading cards shaped like a disc with no information on them. I`m glad I grew up in the `80s, def had most of the best toys.

There was no point. That was the most ridiculous trend ever and it seemed like it only lasted a month. Kids would come to school w/ their round tube cases full of pogs, showing off their "smashers" or whatever. And I'm pretty sure nobody even played the actual game...whatever it was.

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