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Username Post: When You were little        (Topic#1357972)
Elmodoggie
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In response to heynow

I remember my holly hobby oven and my barbie dream house and motor home, that Blonde B has everything


 
tina c
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The real Dukes of Hasard


 
miklin
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Shinky Dinks...I loved those!


 
heatherem
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Holly Hobby E-Z Bake Oven

Cabbage Patch Kids

those awful plastic purses called "Gear bags" (these might have been a Northeast fashion only)

Madonna bows (which my mother ridiculed as "overpriced rags")


 
Jaimers
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Strawberry shortcake, i am excited because she is coming back.


 
Carolina Girl
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Easy bake oven...used to bake cakes, brownies, muffins...


 
FLScrapperMom
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I use to play Don't break the Ice, with my brother. It was a game I loved to play but hated to set up again, of course after he lost.


 
Carolina Girl
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Oh yeah! I had something like taht except it was called "perfection"


 
Anonymous 
  • Anonymous on 01-27-06 04:02 AM
In response to Carolina Girl

How about...


Pacman and Space Invaders in an arcade???

Also the game, "Sock it to Me?" it was a pie in the fact game I can remember from waaayyyy back in the day (I was like 7)


Alligator shirts and wide-whale Corduroy pants

How about those round purses with wooden handles with buttons underneath, that you could change the outside bags/covers?




 
Anonymous 
  • Anonymous on 01-27-06 04:06 AM
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  • scrappinmom22 Said:
Ok Think WAY back here...

And not quite as far back there was "Baby Alive" that would "eat" real baby food



She was my absolute favorite baby doll of all times!! LOL

"Baby Alive soft and sweet, she can drink, she can eat..." LOL


 
Anonymous 
  • Anonymous on 01-27-06 04:09 AM
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I had a HUGE smurf collection (the little ones) and Trolls with the long, colored hair

How about Marathon candy bars??


 
Carolina Girl
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i remember alligator shirts, I had Cabbage Patch dolls


 
GameGeezer
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Rock'em Sock'em Robots

Oh how my brother and I wanted them, xmas day at Grandmas what do we find beneath the tree? Yep. Ofcourse being two boy a year and a half apart, it was not long before we were Rock'em Sock'em each other...

Makes me want to call him

~GG


 
Kelly Morris
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I don't remember what they were called, but it was a toy with two strings coming off a ring and a heavy ball at the end of each string. Remember them? I think they had to quit making them because they were too dangerous.


 
GameGeezer
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ZabrakSkrap, I remember... You held the ring and swung it up and down, so that ball swings up one on each side of your hand and they clack together... swing down below each side of your hand and they would clack together again...

Rinse and Repeat!

Dangerou?!? Yep when we got bored we threw them loke bolo's

~GG


 
Kelly Morris
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Lol! Exactly! They were dangerous, but lots of fun!


 
miklin
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I remember playing with Lemon Twist. Like jumprope but for 1 person.


 
Carolina Girl
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Sounds like a "Skip It"



 
momof3baa
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Rainbow Brite, My Little Pony
New Kids On The Block (LOL)


 
Kelly Morris
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I remember when I was in elementary school, culottes became popular except we called them gaucho pants! The other day I heard them called that again on TV. Could they be coming back?

We also used to wear crocheted ponchos to school and those sure came back!


 
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