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Old 07-17-2019, 09:38 PM   #1
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Default What were your favorite toys that you loved to play with as a child?

When you were growing up did you ever have favorite toys that you liked to play with a lot when you were a child and what toy did you love the most of all your playthings? My favorite toy was my PJ Sparkles doll and she was the most amazing doll that had a light up heart on her belly that glowed when you pressed her belly and I loved that doll to pieces and would go with me on almost every vacation I took and I still have my PJ Sparkles doll packed away in my childhood toys. I also played with Barbie dolls and baby dolls too
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Hmmmm, I think the toys I had the most fun with was tinker toys, lincoln logs, match box/hot wheel cars with the orange tracks. I also enjoyed playing board/card games with my brother, sister and friends
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Anything Star Wars - action figures, vehicles, play sets like the Death Star

Fisher Price Adventure People

Hot Wheels/Matchbox

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I liked playing with my Barbie dolls, I had Barbie, Skipper & Francie. I had a carrying case for them and their outfits. I always wanted her car and house but never got them. Too expensive when there was three kids in the household to buy for.
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Dolls, mainly ragdolls and stuffed animals

Baby dolls that looked realistic and a toy baby carriage that I would push them around in, also I gave my cats rides in the baby carriages too till they got annoyed and jumped out!

I had a really nice big doll house that I loved.

I loved coloring books, story books and paper dolls

I always loved board games , Candy Land, shoots and Ladders , The Game of Life, Monopoly , etc. ,

And of course my Barbies and Dawn dolls!
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My set of plastic dinosaurs and tabletop hockey.
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Dolls, mainly ragdolls and stuffed animals

Baby dolls that looked realistic and a toy baby carriage that I would push them around in, also I gave my cats rides in the baby carriages too till they got annoyed and jumped out!

I had a really nice big doll house that I loved.

I loved coloring books, story books and paper dolls

I always loved board games , Candy Land, shoots and Ladders , The Game of Life, Monopoly , etc. ,

And of course my Barbies and Dawn dolls!

I also loved Play Doh , jumping rope and Chinese Jump rope , playing Jack's,! And not toys, but I loved playing Hide and seek and Hopscotch !
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I also loved Play Doh , jumping rope and Chinese Jump rope , playing Jack's,! And not toys, but I loved playing Hide and seek and Hopscotch !
I could never get into Play Doh, I didn't like the way it made my hands smell. I was a dainty child haha
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I could never get into Play Doh, I didn't like the way it made my hands smell. I was a dainty child haha
OMG ! Really? That was one of the things I really loved about it!! I always loved the smell of Play Doh !!
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My kids loved anything Power Rangers and The Ninja Turtles too! !
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Hotwheels/Matchbox
Wrestling Action Figures
Hustler Magazines
My Brother is 5 years older than me, I'm thinking he came in at the tail end of Hot wheels ,meaning he was getting older when they came in? Cause I remember them a little bit in our house , but I really remember them more with friends who were boys from the neighborhood who were closer to my age ! But totally Matchbox cars, I really remember them !!Also he had a Foozeball table ( way before Chandler & Joey from Friends made it famous) And I totally remember playing with him a game called " Battling tops" that he had ! It was a board game of sorts, but with tops that you wound up and it was basically battling in like a boxing ring type of thing? That was fun!! Anyone remember this game?

My Brother perhaps had Hussler mags?? That I don't know, if so they were safely hidden under his mattress I guess ?
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