>grandparents went abroad for a vacation
>told me they brought some gogos for me
>I thought there were only one gogo per bag t. grandpa
>brought like 20 bags with 4 in each
After that I was the fucking king of gogos in my grade.
>drawing a picture of a boy with the letters b o y.
Great thread gents. Good night, you all can eat a pic related.
Reposting as it was at the bottom of last thread. I am almost drunk and not giving too many shits atm.
Thinking of the thread, and just that time in general. I am glad I grew up when I did. If you wanted to take racy pictures in school you need to be in the journalism club working with the paper or on the yearbook committee to have access to the dark room. the stuff we did, said, and wrote would have landed us all in prison now with the laws and everyone having a video camera in their pocket. I would not want to be a kid again.
When action figures had slime. I remember my parents constantly took away the slime and if I ever played with it is was only once or twice.
I have been looking for this particular one for a while bros. Late 80s I think a Matchbox or Hothweels or some other competign but similar size cars. It was a toy tarpit and came with a Bronco like SUV that was brown and a large back of black slime that acted as tar. You would put things down on the playset and then cover it with tar and excavate it out. My nigger parents took away the tar so it just looked like driving through the desert. I want to say this would have been 1988-89.
OP here... still spamming
this one may touch some of you.
Oh man, I had that slime dropper torture thing, and this right before they discontinued it for being "unsafe"
Kid in my school chugged a 6 pack of that stuff and had a seizure. Had to learn to walk all over again...
Dude....dude.. I'm about to cry looking at this. This was my best friend for along time when I was a kid. My brother would go to school and my mom would do house work. We would go on adventures through the house. I went swimming in the ocean and lost my grip on him when a wave hit me. When I got up, couldn't find him. My brother told me a shark ate him. Heart broken.
My prize depends on how much my parents are willing to buy.
Legos are still fucking awesome but I loved the ones from my time the most
The best 'base' of the 1990s.
For the mini action figures I mentioned I had the StarCom, Sky Commanders, and Dino Riders.
For the 5" figures it went Ghost Busters - COPS - TMNT - X-Men - Jurrassic Park - Alien/Predator and finished it off with Star Wars. There was a few different GI Joe and odd ball ones mixed in.
For the bases. The Technodrome was the best and even after I stopped with the TMNT I kept using it for other figures. It was mobile It was heavily armed. It could open up. It was the best.
Minimum 4 hours in the emergency room everytime they came out of the box. It was like I was strapping autism to my feet
>magically disappeared while at school
>mom never found them
>neighbor kid finally got some
>wish I had mine so we could bounce together
I was reading that Lego makes most of their money from the Adult crowd now. There are a lot of kids but there are alot of enthusiast adults who will blow a few grand on legos every year.
Yes. I had SO many Blacktron and Mtron sets...
Shit, I remember dropping like 300 bucks on this thing when I was in high school.
My king and hero!
Yes, iirc he sucks the color out of carrots or something.
Been forever since I read it.
Bunnicula is part of the series.
Also, you fuckers posting Dino riders got me right in the feels.
This book and some other book about evil animals gave me nightmares as a child not this one in particular but some creepy farm where a squirrel bites farm animals and they turn bad.... gives me the damn creeps
Guys what was the hardest part for you, you know the part where you had to get past, but always failed at and could never seem to get back to
“My generation jerked off to more shoulders than any generation in the history of mankind!”
Whoever posted these in one of the earlier threads seriously fucked me up, I wanna eat this shit so bad
I was fucking amazing at this. I may still have this. The shittiest part was opening those prongs so that the ball would move forward and if you opened them too much, they fucking fell.
Tried to post this earlier. Om glad i was around for these
To be fair, that set sucked - all the lines and sails taking up space and getting tangled in my bits box, and i mostly used the front of the ship as a shovel to get to the cool tiny parts at the bottom
My dad would take it from me to make fishing lures
My favorite lego castle as a kid. The Black Monarch Castle!
That's...actually a pretty neat idea.
Watched my cousin play this for hours, my mind was filled with adventure.
havent looked through all of these pics yet so soz if its been posted already
Battle Beasts!! These were fucking awesome.
Everyobe know the original was THE BEST
I just recently read somewhere that if you held (I think) the down key, you could outrun him.
Bitch, don't make me get my quad laser...