Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by titanbuoy, Dec 28, 2006.
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anti shark repellent sold separately?
Some days you just can't get rid of a bomb!
SLIME! I'd forgotten about that stuff. Nasty, smelly, stained all carpet or upholstery instantly on contact... it was awesome.
I still have nerf footballs at home and work.
I never had the table top football (the one Jeff mentioned in his post). But I did have a Monday Night Football game and the dice/stats game Paydirt (I loved that game). Did anyone else have this precursor to modern day handheld video games?
Coleco Electronic Quarteeback (I still remember vividly the little tune that played when you scored)
How about Big Jim?
I remember this one. With the little "bionic eye" that you could look through.
Lego was awesome. I had oodles of the stuff. No space set that I recall though.
I still have Lego, I wish I could still play with it without being looked at like a psycho.
Thats tough. It would have to be my dragon zord from power rangers.
I had one of these as a kid.
G I Joe USS Flag.
Many times taken and retaken by Cobra and Joe alike.
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