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Old 09-04-2014, 11:30 PM   #26
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Wow! That brings back memories!
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Old 09-14-2014, 01:47 PM   #27
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and my favorite of all.. (even now... I still love crayons!)
Agree totally with you.. still love to color
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Old 09-16-2014, 08:13 PM   #28
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I can color or paint for hours....
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I still remember the Six Million Dollar Man action figure. Playing with it was the first notion to become a writer!!!!
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Old 10-02-2014, 11:47 PM   #30
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Oh yes! I was a big time Six Million Dollar Man fan back in the day! I never missed the TV show...even when it got weird with Bionic Bigfoot

I had the action figure...the big one where you could look out of Steve Austin's bionic eye. I also had that odd rocket ship/science lab toy for Steve Austin...I forget what it was called right now but I can still picture it plain as day.

I even had the Oscar Goldman action figure! Yes, even my creative 10 year old mind could find fun things to do with an action figure of a guy with a suit and briefcase.

The 70s were a fun time to be a kid.

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Old 12-18-2014, 11:18 AM   #31
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shrinky dinks! i still have one on my christmas tree!
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Things like he man, transformers and those bendy WWF action figures are things I will always tie to an awesome childhood. I've also always been a gamer so I was always playing the old Atari 2600 go moon patrol and pacman!!!
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Old 05-15-2015, 10:13 AM   #36
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Pac-man and Ms Pac-man...Frogger....... I miss those games.
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Old 05-15-2015, 06:17 PM   #37
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Oh man I forgot all about frogger such great games back then.
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I had a plastic Geronimo indian figure. I lost it in the waves at the beach . Searched for hours. Was totally devastated.
Thanks for bringing it up. (He mumbles sarcastically ) took many years of therapy to get over the loss.
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170 plus receipts. Real Danger. Real fire.
Something the ambulance-chasing lawyers, society and slacker parents-who-enrich-them would never permit today.

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I was such a tomboy I was always climbing trees and fences, riding my bike, playing ball and rough housing with the neighborhood kids. When I did go inside to play, I played Barbies. Barbie dream house, car, stage and whatever else she had to do. I played with Barbies for years! Old enough to know that when she and Ken would get in bed, she would wake up with a baby troll doll. I didn't know how it happened, but I knew they made a baby. Remember the tiny trolls that you put at the end of your pencil? Loved and collected those.
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Old 12-11-2016, 12:33 AM   #41
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Run Yourself Ragged!

This game was actually my brother's but I stole it and played it as often as I could get away with when I was a kid. A while back I got nostalgic for it, and I actually watched ebay for more than a year until I won a functional copy that had all its parts at a reasonable price! Now I don't have to play it in secret!


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Playing charades with the whole family.




Board Games:


Tribond
Scattergories
Malarky
Scrabble board game
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Various video games:

Battle Toads, Mega Man 2, Dragon Warrior, Legend Of Zelda, Super Mario Brothers, on the original NES
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I'm old enough to remember the original Pac-Man craze. We even had one of these:

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We used to play Barbies for hours and throw trolls at them LOLOL
I think I had every troll made.
I had an easy bake oven but my brother broke it eventually.
Most of the time we played outside and rode bikes off the edge of the porch.
The porch was about 6 feet off the ground on one side.
We would catch snakes that rooted in our sand box.
Typical mountain kids.
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