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originally posted by: ketsuko
I was a little different than most.
I had a whole herd of Breyer Horses, about 30 to 40 of them. I still have them moth-balled in storage. My 8th grade wood shop project was a custom set of shelving for them made out of solid hard wood.
I used to spend hours playing with them.
Other girls had dolls. I had horses.
I also had an enormous library of books.
originally posted by: AugustusMasonicus
originally posted by: Tarzan the apeman.
I had a stick and a rock and some mud and once in a while a snowball.
Fire was my favorite toy. I really enjoyed sharing it with my friends.
originally posted by: skunkape23
I was more of a b.b.gun, slingshot, and playing in the woods kind of kid. Didn't really have a lot of toys. I did like playing with bargain bin rubber dinosaurs.
well grandson No 1 loves these, (though we were both reprimanded by his mum after he put them under car wheels in car park, while she was shopping thinking he was waiting patiently in the car...anyway Him Indoors - AKA Granddad, decided they look fun so he had some too - local pub staff promtly confiscated them after he caught them out "you can't use those here" they s'n-word'ed, taking them into custody... and then customer heard much laughing and giggling coming from the kitchens, where they threw them on floors there and startled the chefs..Fun for all ages, cheap and effective, no mess except tiny bit of papar coating, and a loud "snap" for such a little thing. Give someone a laugh today - buy these