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Tuesday, August 21, 2012Y
~*our childhood memories*~

this is yet another down memory lane blog. shall be bringing my readers back to the toys and foodstuffs tat we all once played or eaten back in the 90s...
*does this picture bring back alot of memories?*
i'm sure most of the 80s baby hav played most of the above things before. but sad to say. of everything above, i nvr have my own Nintendo. Reason being my parents jus dislike me playing video games and all. anywayz, i'll try to recall most of the toys which i've actually played before but i'm sure i'll miss out a few of them.

What walks downstairs, alone or in a pairs, and makes a slinkity sound?
A spring, a spring, a marvelous thing! Everyone knows it's Slinky.
It's Slinky! It's Slinky! For fun, it's a wonderful toy.
It's Slinky! It's Slinky! It's fun for a girl or boy.
It's fun for a girl or boy.
This is the jingles for the Slinky. but i nvr get mine to march down the stairs like wat most of my frens can do. mine only can do three or four steps only and it will slip all the way down.

who would hav forgotten this egg-like plastic with tiny screens lived our 'pets'. we all loved them and we hav to occasionally pick up the poop or feed them and hav to play with them and make sure that the status of the pet remains happy. if we neglect them, they will eventually die.the pet will grow through different stages of growing up depending how it is 'brought up'.

i think i spent most of my childhood times playing Barbie Dolls. i can't say i hav loads of them, i think i hav like at least 20 of them not including the Spice Girls one but with jus only 1 Ken. Lucky boy huh. Always surrounded with so many girls. i love dressing them up. combing their hairs. organizing parties at their Barbie home or jus drive around my room in their Barbie sports car. my Barbie Doll house was as big as my study table back then. A three-storey mansion with bedrooms and an attic for BBQ.


Push Pops and Ring Pops
Both Push Pops and Ring Pops came in all sorts of lab-created flavors that had relatively little in common with flavors found in nature. The cherry flavor had the added bonus of applying an unintentional bright coating of red color on your lips sans lipstick, but had the unfortunate downside of tasting like cough syrup. Another wildly popular flavor was blue raspberry, which for some reason has caught on in a big way as an artificial flavor.

Koosh Balls

View Master
Since 1939, the view master has been a device for viewing seven 3-D images on a paper disk. Although the View master is now considered a children's toy, it was originally marketed as a way for viewers to enjoy stereograms of colorful and picturesque tourist attractions.

Polly Pocket
one of my most favourite toys cause it's practically like playing with barbie jus that you can't change the clothes. it's jus so cute tat it fits right into my pocket or in most cases my mummy's handbag.
The Canteen

The Pencil Box
if there's any childhood memories which i've missed do feel free to drop me some comments. Thanks.

muahz & hugz
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