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Old 12-02-2006, 03:29 PM   #1
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Favorite Toys as kid?

D's Birthday thread... GI Joe references, etc...

What were your favorite toys growing up?

Mine:
Stretch Armstrong
Light Brite
Steve Austin with bionic grip and rocket.
Rock em Sock em Robots
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I had two rocks that I liked alot! One was big and the other just a bit smaller.
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My Bigwheel!
You grew up in Fort Wurth?

Ooooooh that was bad.
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My Bigwheel!
You grew up in Fort Wurth?

Ooooooh that was bad.
Funny, but bad!
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I had two rocks that I liked alot! One was big and the other just a bit smaller.
Nick, you must of come from a poor family.

My favorite was an Erector set until my little brother lost most of the parts.

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I had two rocks that I liked alot! One was big and the other just a bit smaller.
Nick, you must of come from a poor family.

My favorite was an Erector set until my little brother lost most of the parts.

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Reminds me of Lincon Logs !!! til you lose the small ones, or the gable ends.

Who else misses the "taste" of a good Lincon Log?
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My Bigwheel!
You grew up in Fort Wurth?

Ooooooh that was bad.
Oh shit, I asked for that!!

I meant this! http://www.target.com/gp/detail.html/re ... B0001A866O
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