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#154309 - 05/04/07 08:29 AM Re: Favorite Childhood Toys [Re: shadowkid]
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GW, I remember the chemistry set, I had one, too! It was amazing the things you could do when mixing up stuff in test tubes and heating it over those little burners!

Adam, the green army guys were cool, too. I remember digging out entrenchments and bunkers for them in the side of a grassy hill.

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#154323 - 05/04/07 09:37 AM Re: Favorite Childhood Toys [Re: EGL]
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I had the coolest Red toy Jeep (Metal not plastic), I still do, and my daughter plays with it. Its probably about 10 inches long...so cool!

EGL,

I had a chemistry set too and I loved it but I got into too much trouble with it. Too many..."Let see what happens if I put...."

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#154352 - 05/04/07 12:53 PM Re: Favorite Childhood Toys [Re: pain4ever]
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1. books
2. lincoln logs
3. books
4. toy soldiers, mostly cavalry and indians kind of stuff
5. books
6. microscope and chemistry set
7. books
8. sticker books about pirates and dinosaurs (not together)

Oh, did I mention books? .....

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Larry

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#154354 - 05/04/07 12:59 PM Re: Favorite Childhood Toys [Re: shadowkid]
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My football and my teddy bear. My bears name is my bear. And he is.


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#154371 - 05/04/07 02:18 PM Re: Favorite Childhood Toys [Re: healingpartner]
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Lego was cool. I played with it til I was like, 14 or something.
Books. When I was about 9 I found out everyone under 18 can get a free membership of the librairy.
My soccerbal.
But then again that were also the only toys I had.

Stefan

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#154397 - 05/04/07 03:39 PM Re: Favorite Childhood Toys [Re: shadowkid]
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Registered: 04/21/07
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Loc: Michigan
Lincoln Logs
Hot Wheels
Matchbox Cars
Tonka Trucks
sticks
pine cones to throw at my brother
dirt
books (especially books about pirates)
pirate swords and eye patches
those cheap plastic balls you could get at the dime store
slingshots
pea shooters
balsa wood airplanes that fly when you twist up a rubber band

Does anyone remember Poopatroopers?



Edited by Chain Breaker (05/04/07 03:45 PM)
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#154424 - 05/04/07 05:39 PM Re: Favorite Childhood Toys [Re: Chain Breaker]
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I didn't have a chemistry set; I had a physics set, which was probably safer, but still cool (and there were no limited supplies; you could do things over and over). For one birthday, I got a crystal radio kit, and an electric motor kit (never was able to get that one to work. Must've re-wrapped that damn wire a dozen times before I gave up).

And I loved soccer!

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#154456 - 05/04/07 10:18 PM Re: Favorite Childhood Toys [Re: melliferal]
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Ok. Here is the one and only....

Starship Enterprise!






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#154459 - 05/04/07 10:25 PM Re: Favorite Childhood Toys [Re: FormerTexan]
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M A R B L E S !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Oh my God. How did I forget marbles?

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#154460 - 05/04/07 10:27 PM Re: Favorite Childhood Toys [Re: healingpartner]
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Originally Posted By: healingpartner
My football ....


Which she can throw in a tight spiral!

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