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    Quote Originally Posted by [Mod] Nomsie View Post
    Those balls that look like planets that have a ring around- you stand on the ring and bounce. Can't think of the names!
    I would of sworn this was called a space hopper, but a quick google tells me I'm wrong! I remember getting one of these, within 10 minutes of getting home I'd fallen and broken my arm... Ah circa 1989!

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    I don't have photos, but my favourites were...

    Polly Pockets
    Tamagotchis
    Tarzos (from the chip packets)
    Trolls
    Cupcake dolls
    The Game of Life
    Mousetrap
    Gak
    Sea monkeys
    Barrel of monkeys
    A dog with a belly full of puppies (Puppy surprise?)
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    Quote Originally Posted by shani2 View Post
    I never had many of these but remember playing with someone else's who had an awesome collection and I was always so jealous!!
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    Yessssss! Trolls!

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    @melismum, I loved Oodles. I haven't seen or heard them mentioned for ages!!

    I also loved:
    Peaches & Cream Barbie
    Magic sand (I talk about this all the time and people think I'm making it up)
    Rub-a-dub Doggy
    My child
    Wuzzles
    Pound Puppies
    Poochie

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    Quote Originally Posted by teenie View Post
    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.
    I had the exact DK console. In fact I think it's still in a box at home somewhere.

    I also loved cabbage patch kids and our Amstrad computer

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    @MadeWithLove - I used to have those snail thinks - what were they called??? I can't remember.

    I used to also have this other jewelled toy that had a secret compartment...I can't think what it was called - off to google now!

    ETA - they were called sweet secrets..
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    Quote Originally Posted by shani2 View Post
    I never had many of these but remember playing with someone else's who had an awesome collection and I was always so jealous!!
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    I still have one in a box, I found it recently!

    I always wanted, and never got a Mr Frostie drink maker I never wanted for anything and my dad was horrified when I told him this when I was about 20! It's now a family joke!

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    Sorry no pics I loved...
    Slap bands
    Yoyos that smelt like fruit
    Rollerblades
    Magic nursery baby/pet
    Care Bears
    Trolls
    Cupcake dolls
    Sega master system with Alex the kid built in.
    We had a Commodore 64 then an Osborne computer it had windows but also another part were there were heaps of games. Used to play a game called return to zork which was quite scary.
    Another scary thing was the board/video game nightmare.

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    This is what I can think of
    Tamagotchi
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    Trolls
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    Polly pocket
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    Pound puppy
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    A walking pig (thanks to an obsession with Charlotte's web
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    My little pony
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    Barbie I always got the cheapo ones lol! Ooh I also got the caravan that I loved that was the real deal...

    I'm sure there's more



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    Quote Originally Posted by GlasgowRose View Post
    I still have one in a box, I found it recently!

    I always wanted, and never got a Mr Frostie drink maker I never wanted for anything and my dad was horrified when I told him this when I was about 20! It's now a family joke!
    Is that the one where you put ice in the top turn a handle and a slushie came out the bottom, my friend had one of them I was quite jealous!


 

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