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    Senior Member Urchin's Avatar
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    I had a blue rubber ball. It was better than any other ball. It had no mold flash and no hole for inflating. It was the best sphere I'd ever seen. It was perfect in my young eyes.
    "Having is not such a pleasing thing as wanting. It is not logical, but it is often true." --Spock

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    Quote Originally Posted by runvardh View Post
    something that could get me charged for posting it...
    At least give us a clue!
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    I didn't say that I didn't say it. I said that I didn't say that I said it. I want to make that very clear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Recluse View Post
    At least give us a clue!
    A chemical known for being a homogeneous molecule, an extremely light gas in purest form and often used as a reducing agent when I played with it... One incident involving it and an ac outlet could have lead to the deaths of myself and my siblings.
    Dreams are best served manifest and tangible.

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    Stuffed animals + miniature fake cooking sets w/tea party set and mini utensils + plastic food = one busy afternoon. :3

    Playdoh was cool but it's nasty and gets everywhere...I used to have a little "playdoh table" when I was little but my mom gave it and the playdoh away after a while...

    I used to make interesting stuff like construction cranes out of Lego with my dad when I was little..that was fun.

    I had Barbies. However, I stripped them all naked, put their hair into ponytails in the front of their faces- covering them, and stuffed them all side by side into clear plastic bags once I got bored of them (which was fast). If I unearthed those bags now I'm sure it would be a pretty disturbing sight.

    Actually, sometimes when my cousins came over we combined the Lego cranes and the Barbies for some hanging fun lmao. I think we made a Lego guillotine too, once, and let the Barbies test them out.
    sparkly sparkly rainbow excretions

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    Quote Originally Posted by Recoleta View Post
    Lite Brite
    Haha I used to spend hours in front of that...I remember an LED kind came out later and I bought that one too..

    Quote Originally Posted by Natrushka View Post
    the sofa and blankets for playing "fort" and all the other stuff in the room for "quicksand" - objet was to get from the stairs to the safety of the living room w/o touching the floor.
    YES. Also, umbrellas.
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    • Legos
    • Apple ][
    • Radio Shack 200-in-1 Electronics Kit
    • Micronauts
    • Bicycle
    • Simon
    • The Stereo
    • Books



    cheers,
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    Thomas the Tank Engine trains
    Dolls
    Building blocks
    Chalk

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    Quote Originally Posted by Razorcut View Post
    Matches!
    you too?

    legos
    paper/crayons/markers/paints/pastels/pencils/pens
    the great outdoors
    my surrounding space (many things were magic portals, for instance)
    anything that could be made into a costume
    dolls/dollhouses (I built one at one point, that was fun)
    board/card/computer games(infocom mainly)/Madden NFL with my brother
    I don't wanna!

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    Quote Originally Posted by niffer View Post
    I had Barbies. However, I stripped them all naked, put their hair into ponytails in the front of their faces- covering them, and stuffed them all side by side into clear plastic bags once I got bored of them (which was fast). If I unearthed those bags now I'm sure it would be a pretty disturbing sight.

    Actually, sometimes when my cousins came over we combined the Lego cranes and the Barbies for some hanging fun lmao. I think we made a Lego guillotine too, once, and let the Barbies test them out.
    Klaus Barbie?

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    BB Gun
    Bow and Arrows (think cowboys and indians)
    Easy Bake oven
    Chatty Cathy
    Twister
    Barbie
    Soap Making and Weaving kits (I loved these)

    What I always really wanted was a Johnny Lightning 500 race car set but wasn't allowed to play with those 'cause i was a girl. Bummer

    Crayons
    Playdoh
    Litebrite

    We camped a lot so most of my and my sister's fun was with our Imaginations. That was the best fun.

    Also a LOT of girly things to teach me how to cook and sew and stuff.
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