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Just wanted to know what were your favorite childhood toys?

GI JOE, Transformers, Legos, Voltron, Silverhawks, My Huffy BMX bike. :P
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definatly LEGO's
then my bmx bike, skate board, snow board (still my favorite after my car )


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Moonshoes ftw! :shock:

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i loved to play with these as a kid!!!!



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but judging by the web page it takes me to, it looks like a lot of fun


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LEGO is probably very high up there. I had a lot of LEGO and it was way better back then, before they started selling it in stupid model kits. I also had G.I. Joe, Transformers, He-Man, M.A.S.K., WWF figurines, etc.

I also had a Chuck E. Cheese stuffed mouse that I hugged down to scraps of fabric. I loved Chuck E. Cheese's and if there was one in the area I would totally still go.

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LEGO... nothing else... just LEGO


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Lincoln Logs, TYCO slotcars, LEGOs, the old school electric football game where the field vibrated and the players moved and LAWN JARTS -the real ones with metal spikes.
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I had a stuffed German Shepard I had named "Dog John". I think I gave him up when I was about seven, by that time, he was terribly nasty to behold -- a much beloved toy, ala the Velvetine Rabbit.

That and LEGOs. Oh the number of random spaceships that could be built by pooling five or six kits together.
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Two words: BIG WHEEL. That's where this sickness all began. I ran through 3 of them when I was little.

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