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Old 08-07-07, 01:22 PM   #1
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Relive MY childhood

CLICK at your own risk, toys inside
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Old 08-07-07, 01:24 PM   #2
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What a demented childhood!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

















hehe, "server can't be found"
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I would love to relive your childhood...but sadly, either my computer won't let me, or you have repressed it so much that you subconciously gave a screwy link
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Texas toys I see.
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I Fixulated the linkamajigger!!!
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Old 08-07-07, 01:31 PM   #6
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What the hell? Holy ****, and my Mom told me I'D put someone's eye out with my stupid Skip-It?
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Never saw that! ooOOoOOoo boy Bing Bang Boing would have been soo much <insert evil grin> fun with my brothers ...

hehe, I had just about the whole Johnny West set. WITH Ranch house, I was such a tomboy

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Johhny West ruled!!!!!
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This is how we played back in the day: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eEUVm-Ja6lY
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You are lucky to still be alive!!!!^
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Oh, I'm horribly scarred.
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Your childhood seemed like fun. I would have totally played Masterpiece. Yeah, I'm an art nerd. My mom most likely played with some of those toys.
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I wonder if the Bing Bang Boing is what gave people the idea for the Fantastic Machine Flash?
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Your childhood seemed like fun. I would have totally played Masterpiece. Yeah, I'm an art nerd. My mom most likely played with some of those toys.
Go ahead and rub it in, you are young and I am old, yeah I get it!!! And get off my yard you pesky kids.
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Go ahead and rub it in, you are young and I am old, yeah I get it!!! And get off my yard you pesky kids.
I second that motion!
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Old 08-07-07, 05:16 PM   #17
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The second group of SSP racers were definitely better. The Smash-up derby set had little buttons that made the wheels and doors fall off.



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I remember having a toy where you needed to "weld" plastic girders together to build a car w/ a hot soldering thing. It was awesome.
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I wish I still had mine.

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dude

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Great tune.

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I remember my brother having one of these (hand me down toy) - not sure if it was the same one though - looks pretty close.
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Too funny, never saw those!!!
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I had one of these. It was powered by a rubber band.

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I had all of them. Maskatron used to give me the willies..
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