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    Quote Originally Posted by firsttimemum34 View Post
    My little pony
    Cabbage patch kids - did anyone else have a preemie? It sounds weird looking back that I desperately wanted a premature baby doll? Mine were Cora Priscilla and Hannah Ray
    Barbie - I had Barbie and the Rockers too @Nomsie amazing how closely they resembled transvestites!
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    Omg you could get premmies?! That is awesome!

    Bahaha oh barbie, the tramp! She definitely had her makeup gun set to hooker! Remember the cassette tape that came with? My older brother broke the head off my barbie and the rockers, but also the little bauble bit too, so her head had to jammed right down to the bottom of her neck. I never loved her the same after that!

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    I loooved Polly Pockets.

    Also these toys called popcorn pretties that you would press down and they would pop up.
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    Tamagotchi's - I had a baby one was militant in taking care of it every couple of minutes or whenever it started making sounds.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tastychicken View Post
    Commodore 64: Xargon, Jill of the JUngle, Jazzy jackrabbit, blockman.
    My first windows pc (sorry forgot model): Sim ant, sim city, doom, raptor, descent, solitaire, maths rescue, word rescue, mavis beacon teaches typing, Encyclopedia Britannica maze quest
    Atari:Scuba man, ghost busters, 10 pin bowling

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    Well if we're going into gaming territory:

    We had a pc before windows. That's right, it ran from DOS, younguns. Mum sent it into the local computer shop so they could add on a new fangled cd-rom and "upgrade" it to windows 3.1. Um, it still ran from dos. Windows was just the program I went into to play solitaire.
    Hugo 1,2 and 3.
    Frogger.
    Friendly ware- does anyone know that?
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    Maths blaster

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    The bionic woman doll. You could roll her skin back on her arms and see all the bionic bits. I loooooved her.

    And a barbie campervan. I was the youngest of 4 so rarely got new things and I got this for Christmas and I loved it. It had a fold out shelter that totally rocked, and deck chairs. Heaven.

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    Yes definitely a tamagotchi!!

    And computer games, we used to play lemmings on our first computer. Can't remember what it was but it would've been one of the first in the late 80's early 90's

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    Quote Originally Posted by [Mod] Nomsie View Post
    Well if we're going into gaming territory:

    We had a pc before windows. That's right, it ran from DOS, younguns. Mum sent it into the local computer shop so they could add on a new fangled cd-rom and "upgrade" it to windows 3.1. Um, it still ran from dos. Windows was just the program I went into to play solitaire.
    Hugo 1,2 and 3.
    Frogger.
    Friendly ware- does anyone know that?
    Barbies hot date
    Maths blaster
    Did you get quick menu? I hated that so much but i have such fond memories of loading windows through quickmenu.

    I actually had 2 computers pre windows. hence my commodore 64 is up there. I also had an apple but that sucked so much and the only decent game it would run was like the very first version of carmon san diego.

    my fav friendly ware game (i think it was, i am not sure if apogee was still part of them when the game was made) was commander keen. I recently downloaded all versions off steam an played them to completion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by firsttimemum34 View Post
    My little pony
    Cabbage patch kids - did anyone else have a preemie? It sounds weird looking back that I desperately wanted a premature baby doll? Mine were Cora Priscilla and Hannah Ray
    Barbie - I had Barbie and the Rockers too @Nomsie amazing how closely they resembled transvestites!
    Care Bear
    Lego - castle (I like the horses)
    This!

    And these

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    My dad travelled overseas a lot in the 80s and he always came back bearing one of these games for us. We thought we were in heaven.

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    Omg I loved playing keen and jill of the jungle! Our pc ran through msdos as well lol lots of 'cd games' 'dir/w' typing :-)

    Loved my quints and Sylvanian families,
    Polly pockets, my little pony and cupcake dolls! Tamagotchis, troll dolls


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    This pic pretty much sums up my childhood.
    The bouncy thing was always sitting in the garage waiting for someone to get bored watching dad mow the lawn. I could jump on that thing for hours.

    I loved my cabbage patch doll and glow worm!
    I had copious amounts of troll dolls and even troll doll earings! So stylish! ; )

    Also this little snail locker thing. You could keep all your secrets hidden inside with a little heart shaped key. You know.. Cause I had so many secrets at 7?!
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