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At least it's more fun to create arenas and stuff with lego to play with the wrestling figures, creating own storylines and tournaments with friends . It's way better than shove some stupid ponies around or think Barbie is your role model and you just wanna be like that which propably is the reason there are so many stupid blond bimbos out there in this world because so many girls get forced or want to be living cliches (Just like in that Simpsons episode where Lisa goes on a war against Malibu Stacy
I just never understood the whole 'girl thing' the whole "boys are ugly and ewww", the whole "barbie is so cool", the whole "we watch crappy soaps and teen comedies relating to the bimbos and cry over every drama" and what else is typical 'girl-like'. It's no wonder Women were never taken serious in this world when at least 80% of them behave like dolls like stupid idiots and want to belong to the kitchen or in the porn business.
And Lego is a thousand times better. It's not fun to play with pre-amde stuff. A Barbie house is the same stupid thing as Playmobil. It's boring, you can't decide to build what you want because all the parts are already made. There's a reason Ralph Wiggum failed in turning the Malibu Stacy Dreamhouse into a nuclear power plant, if he'd taken Lego he would have won
Originally posted by speculativeoptimist
Member when we used to get toys from inside cereal boxes? They were usually crappy but a small thrill nonetheless.
the doll you liked kind of looks like the "mrs beasley" doll that the character "buffy" always had with her, from the 1960's tv show family affair,but without glasses > www.ashtondrake.com...
Originally posted by mamabeth
reply to post by blocula
I loved to play with dolls,board games,puzzles and
coloring books.I use to have a Chatty Baby and of
Here is what my favorite doll looked like...
www.toysofanothertime.com...edit on 20-9-2011 by mamabeth because: added picture
this ones going way back to when i was like 5.but these memories don't leave us,do they? > "the green inch worm" riding toy! i must have inched along on this thing for like a hundred miles > vintage-toys.blogspot.com...
Originally posted by blocula
over one billion barbie dolls have been sold in over 150 countries! > en.wikipedia.org...
for what its worth...barbie and me have the same birthday, march-9th.
i never owned one,i'm a guy. but i came home after work every night so i could play with them with my 2 daughters when they were little, for hundreds of hours, instead of going to the bar or a club and i don't regret a single second...i don't know wether to laugh or cry when i think about those not so long ago days...where do they go?edit on 20-9-2011 by blocula because: (no reason given)
i think that was a smart move...from collection and financial points of view...
Originally posted by Gazrok
reply to post by daikaiju
When an adult, and they first re-released some of the Star Wars action figures and toys, I bought them again...still have them in storage (X-Wing, TIE Fighter, Millennium Falcon, Landspeeder, AT-ST, and most of the main characters)...
Will probably be worth something one day...but just wanted them as a kid...
exactly and look how easy and relatively cheap it would have been back then,not so long ago,to have bought 10 or 20 of them and just stored them un-opened...but its hard to predict the future...
Originally posted by nixie_nox
my little ponies.
Now a first generation in the package is worth 6k. :/