what type of toys did you guys have growing up that should have never made it out on the market? i.e lawn darts, wood iron, chemistry set,etc.
I had a chemistry set........and found out the purple powder stuff tasted
like sugar, and the blue liquid stuff had a taste reminiscent of
Put them together and BAM Chemistry set Kool Aid
lol half the toys we had at our age would now be considered un fit parenting if you gave them to kids now days
I guess that chemistry set shows why I am how I am.... :laughing:
Would you taste everything when you were younger? lol
Only if it was a bright color
LMAO, i'm with Steven on this one :orglaugh: :clap: :orglaugh:
I had....mainly Matchbox and Hotwheel cars, then I got into builing models, and did a lot of custom stuff on them (Exhaust, bodykits, etc) and now I work on real 1:1 cars...
LOL I have a Budwieser stuffed dog. I'm only 16, and i'm alot like Satty so far, Lotsa Hot Wheels and Matchbox cars(that I plan on keeping FOREVER) and I've built some models but never done any modifying on them.
I still have a few buckets full in my closet.... :mrgreen:
Im not sellin. :thumbs:
I too am like Satty, although i am younger but still. I still have most if not all my hotwheels (i crushed the ones i didnt like :laughing: ). I got into building models and doing a few different things with them, nothing major. We have atleast 50-60 model car/trucks/boats/planes, some built and some not. The moved onto working on bikes and now soon to be real cars :mrgreen:
Hot Wheels and Matchbox cars, boxes full of them, some in mint condition.
matchbox and hotwheels were my LIFE as a (small) child. Buckets and buckets full, unfortunatly my asshole mom threw them away when I moved (along with all of my other childhood memories :ohcrap: )
Can you fell the love. :laughing:
It;s thicker than mollasses (sp?) on a cold January night.
Legos, Barbies, Grand Champions
I JUST REMEMBERED ONE!!!
K'nex!!! Oh, and Lincoln Logs (sp?) too
Legos were a big one, still got them too. But what is Grand Champions? :ohcrap:
I had some one of those chemistry type sets (if you could even really call it that) that had things you could make and eat. I also had some of those strechy dudes. I forgot the name of them. My dad has been buying these old 60s toy robots off of eBay.