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    Please! Write me. What was your favorite toy in your childhood. Boys? Girls?

  • #2
    I had a "rub-a-dub dolly" that was basically a baby doll that you could feed and wash and she was a fave until I was about six. Big fan of lego too and always into my older brother's mechano set

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    • #3
      Yeah, fave toy depends on age. When I was young, Lincoln Logs, Viewmaster, Lite Brite. A bit later, an ink pad set of letters, ball and bat. Then the electronic games such as Atari 2600, handheld electronic sports games, Code Name Sector, Comp IV (which I saw on Etsy for $15). Now I call my e-reader tablet my "toy".

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      • #4
        I'm not telling....it's a trap

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        • #5
          I can't remember back that far ..... I do remember the big boy toys from later years though.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by RRicho View Post
            I can't remember back that far ..... I do remember the big boy toys from later years though.
            i thought you where going to regress just then Rricho
            mobile tower is down, no internet unless i take the laptop to town at the moment
            my fav was lego

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            • #7
              An electric race car set was my favourite toy. I also remember shooting at bottles with my uncle’s pistol. He always supervised but my mother didn’t approve...

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              • #8
                Friends! You are so active! Thank you very much! Your information is very useful ! Thank you once more! To be continued.....

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                • #9
                  All I can remember is that I used to have a BB, but I lost interest in it after a while. I have also been using a computer from an early age, which turned into playing with old computer parts as a teenager, and is now an interest in DIY electronics and stuff.

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                  • #10
                    Useful information? Uhoh, are we going to be a partof a marketing study?

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                    • #11
                      Exactly! You've guessed . I'm a teacher and this information is for project of my kids. I'm certain you are not against . Join!!!!

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                      • #12
                        The new girl's a teacher Chards, I wonder if she can teach us to behave

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by LarisaNG View Post
                          Exactly! You've guessed . I'm a teacher and this information is for project of my kids. I'm certain you are not against . Join!!!!
                          You didn’t get any answers from women. You need to do more questioning, perhaps in the General forum.

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                          • #14
                            I didn't ..., Only one. I've done questioning for different ages. Teens, 20 and up, 30 and up, 40 and up. And only 40 and up are active ! I tried to enter general forum but I couldn't. It was written - no permission/ But I hope. We have some time

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by LarisaNG View Post
                              I didn't ..., Only one. I've done questioning for different ages. Teens, 20 and up, 30 and up, 40 and up. And only 40 and up are active ! I tried to enter general forum but I couldn't. It was written - no permission/ But I hope. We have some time
                              OK...try posting your question on the General forum again. There’s a lot more traffic there.

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