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i had a ewok village. o.o/
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there we go!
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Weeble Wobbles, Lincoln Logs and a skate board with metal wheels. Wow, I just realized my toys as a kid sucked!
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I had a rock and stick, until my older brother took them away
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Two barbies and all the game boys goes to my brother
I bet you were that cool kid everyone hated
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I remember the good old days with my Power Wheels
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FlyinDumpling wrote:

Two barbies and all the game boys goes to my brother
I bet you were that cool kid everyone hated


No, I was the transfer student kid typically depicted on anime. In 1950's NYC no kid went to someone else's apartment or abode to do anything except play Go Fish, eat birthday cake, play softball outside at a city park. Northerners tended to be very clannish, reserved tribes back then. You only met strangers outside your familial members at church gatherings or school. That's what was so refreshing about the cosmopolitan South** (New Orleans in the late '50's) and Midwest. Everyone here was friendly and outgoing. If they hated me or were envious I sure didn't sense that.

**Disclaimer: I did witness segregation forced on others as a child while residing in New Orleans back then: back of the bus, couldn't eat in restaurants, bought cooked food through a open window located outside.

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The only ones I can remember are legos and this really cute stuffed owl plush toy I couldn't sleep without. Stop laughing.
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Dang the sucks. At least your toys sounds cooler then the other kids...definitely cooler than two barbies
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Nerf Bow 'n Arrow
My brother and I both got one of these for Christmas in the early 90's. We LOVED these things.


Jurrasic Park Compound
I can almost hear it still after so many years. >.<


BattleTech
These would shoot plastic missiles and stuff. We used to have a couple of these and would have mock battles. ^.^
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LOL i had he balancing bird too ROFL
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Lego, Pokemon and Yu-Gi-Oh cards, my N64 and gameboy.. there what come to mind atm
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17 / M / Shin Nihon Pro-Wres
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I had so many but it was mostly just miscellaneous. Most just being figures. I never really had Legos. I had a LEGO,just one Lego and had no idea what the hell to do with it but mostly my favorite things in the world that I still collect,play with and animate with today
wrestling Action figures, G.I Joes, Generic toy cars, Transformers and my sis had some awesome anime figures I would occasionally play with.



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17 / F / USA
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Legos
Enough Crayolas to last until the next lifetime
And video games
Lots of video games
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All I have left is a big A** Box full of Marbles from my childhood.
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