Do you remember the girl version of M.U.S.C.L.E. Men? Adorbz!
Even though they were even before my time, I harbor deep longings for a vintage silver tree with a rotating colored light. Swoon.
When I was wee, we hung a bunch of strings crisscrossing the living room and hooked He-Man's hand over the strings and had him zipping through the sky! How badly do you miss your He-Man and She-Ra toys? As much as Screech up there? I doubt it.
Those were the days; when having the right pair of sneakers could hold social cache for a whole school year.
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Remember when you could just feed a robot some money and have a conversation? How quaint!
If you think about it, Alf was pretty evil what with the threats to drink the cat's blood and all. Didn't keep me from loving him though! What was your favorite late '80s sitcom?
Your kids will have no idea what that metal thing on your table is.
If you didn't have at least one of these toys as a kid, your childhood didn't count. Don't worry, here's your chance to make it up to yourself. And yes, they totally work.
When I was wee my best friend had a color change Hello Kitty and I was as jealous as a 7-year old could be. What I wouldn't give for one now.
I think this is more of a case of pre-stalgia as technically these don't even exist yet.
Did you go to day camp? Of course you did! Your parents couldn't afford sleepaway camp, whose could? This stuff was like cigarettes in prison, pure currency!
This squirrel is ready and willing to barf gravy all over your turkey. Thanks squirrel!
The incredible amount of aerobic exercise I got as a kid would stagger children of today.