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    I loved Polly Pockets! I only had one set of them because my family was so poor back then (and these were given to me as a gift). I did have a friend who had this huge plastic container FULL of polly pocket stuff. It was my heaven back then.

    I had a Ferbie as well. We took it's batteries out after a while because there was just something creepy and unusual about it.
    Any time our cat would walk by it, the ferbie would suddenly purr and say "here kitty, kitty, kitty." I know that every time our family would pray together, all of a sudden it would wake up, yawn and say "ohhhh borrringggg".
    The thing was just weird.

    I did a lot of playing outside usually. My bike, roller blades and huge back yard were what i used everyday.

    We also had a tamagotchi. That was fun for a while.
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    I used to love the hell out of my Transformers, but my Legos were my favorite.

    That was all I really played with.
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    Oh yes, I LOVED legos!
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    I loved Beanie babies. They were, quite literally, my "babies".

    But I usually just played with my sister's baby clothes and accessories. I liked using small, innate objects as babies...I remember using balls, pill bottles, telephones (they were huge enough to be babies back then), and power cord strips as my babies.

    I remember playing with animals...even the bugs outside, etc., were all apart my big "family". Looking back now, I realize that I was a serious NF child in the making.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ayoitsStepho View Post
    I had a Ferbie as well. We took it's batteries out after a while because there was just something creepy and unusual about it.
    Any time our cat would walk by it, the ferbie would suddenly purr and say "here kitty, kitty, kitty." I know that every time our family would pray together, all of a sudden it would wake up, yawn and say "ohhhh borrringggg".
    The thing was just weird.



    I don't really remember any specific favourites. I mostly ran around outside and climbed trees and did my own little explorations around the woods and stuff.

    I didn't really play with dolls although I went through the little homemaker phases occasionally. Oh, I used to design and sew tiny clothes for my dolls once in a while.

    Legos, especially the bigger ones were so much fun. And I used to have these kits of model houses with all the details that had to be put together (not Legos, I don't know what they were called, they were very realistic and detailed). That was fun. Video games, naturally.

    I used to play cards and checkers with my brother and grandpa.

    Then came the books and I was hooked.

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    LEGOS

    I had almost all of the star wars ones ( I still do, they're in my attic somewhere but half broken up and the instructions are probably missing). I liked the instructions because I wasn't clever enough as a 8-10 year old to make an X-wing out of random pieces I had lying around.

    nothing really sticks out besides that except vidya games.

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    knife

    bow and arrows

    sticks and rocks and mud

    the forest and creek

    sports equipment (softball, tennis and soccer to be specific)

    ummm... yeah, I had toys, but usually didn't play with them- I grew up on a farm with a forest, creek and pond and that was a lot more interesting
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    actually, I think my favorite game to play outside was spy. Any espionage, or pre-pubescent version of espionage was fun. Me and a friend used to go to a nearby construction site and sneak around and throw dirt clods near the workers. What a couple of prick kids.

    oh, i made a bow out of bamboo and yo-yo string once after a week of power outage after a big hurricane. It could actually shoot sticks pretty far!

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    barbie and her accoutrements. still love dressing up to this day...and going on glamorous dates with plastic men.

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    Legos and toy guns.

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    Legos, stickle bricks, building blocks, toy guns, toy swords and shield and armour, we also had lots of little cars that you'd sit on and drive around the yard but our bigger neighbouring cousins broke them. We had lots of the He-Man action figures, plus Action Man toys and then games consoles. We had a lot growing up, maybe not the first year things were popular but a year after that or the following year.

    We ALWAYS waited for birthdays or Christmas though, there wasnt any such thing as I see that so I'll get it, right now, which I think has stood to me at least pretty well through the years.

    I vividly remember one of them pulling a wheel of a little police car I had and then on another day putting a rock through a favourite chair/seat thing of my brother after he had my brother beg with him not to do it. Hmm, yeah, pretty emotionally scarred.

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