Discussion in 'Daily Living' started by lucca23v2, May 22, 2014.
It did the last time I used it in 2010
Who can remember their favorite game of Yard Darts?
Oh dear, I think we killed Uncle Jim!
LOL! Happy Birthday Fuzzy. :kiss2:
Every now and then I remember the commercial jingle for that game Perfection.
When it comes to game commercials....everyone from my generation knows this one:
Wow! That brings back memories!
Agree totally with you.. still love to color
I can color or paint for hours....
I still remember the Six Million Dollar Man action figure. Playing with it was the first notion to become a writer!!!!
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.
Mom, said here is a book, come back if you've any questions, sighs.
A big wheel
shrinky dinks! i still have one on my christmas tree!
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!!!
Pac-man and Ms Pac-man...Frogger....... I miss those games.
Oh man I forgot all about frogger such great games back then.
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.
Any one know of a good shrink?
Chemistry set with real chemicals!
170 plus receipts. Real Danger. Real fire.
Something the ambulance-chasing lawyers, society and slacker parents-who-enrich-them would never permit today.
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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