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    Oh this has been a trip down memory lane! These are some of my treasures!

    One of my two preemie Cabbage Patches - her name was Bathsheeba Camilla!
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    My beloved Alf
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    My BSC books
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    My Carebear cloud car
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    My Popple
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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

    Ummmm, i may have only liked computers and books and music as a child. Either that or i was out chasing geese or hiking around the property.

    EDIT: Does filling a jar with bull ants and shaking them up + stomping on a black ant nest and then tipping the razzed up bull ants into black ant nest count as a toy.....oh that was fun. Also replacing bull ants with huntsman spiders also works.
    I loved maths rescue and word rescue!! I have not heard about them in years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chickenfoot83 View Post
    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!
    Yes, I think you turned a handle in the head or back and the slushie came out the tummy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tastychicken View Post
    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.
    Yes I looove commander keen! I think it's shareware though? Friendlyware was like another msdos all by itself, with very basic games and programs... Ill see what I can did on google...

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskittyfantastico View Post
    Oh this has been a trip down memory lane! These are some of my treasures!

    One of my two preemie Cabbage Patches - her name was Bathsheeba Camilla!
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    My beloved Alf
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    My BSC books
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    My Carebear cloud car
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    My Popple
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    Arghh I had forgotten about my popple! God I wish I had kept my NSC books I had so many!! My mum loved to throw things out. Wow all your stuff is in fantastic condition!!

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    I had a lot of hand me diwns from my older cousins so I think ablit would have been 80's toys..... I found more (good old pinterest!)
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    Ok, quick screenshots from google lol- this is the friendly ware I remember:
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    Also- Clydes Adventure. Awesome.

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    I am loving this thread! @Nomsie you won't believe it but yes those wacky americans and their weirdo toys. I don't understand why they called them 'preemies' instead of 'premmies' which makes more sense to me. But check this out!
    http://www.buzzfeed.com/briangalindo...he-80s#2c4gmbv
    @teenie you just made my night! I'll take your donkey kong and show you a snoopy tennis! The only way I made it through a flight to london as a kid was with snoopy tennis.
    I still have mine!
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    Sorry for the links Mods. I hope they're ok. If not, just delete them!

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    Omg @harvs. !!! You collected glow worms!!! I LOVED those things. Had them all. Lol

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