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Discussion in 'Owl's Nest' started by Debi, Jan 24, 2019.
I love that too. Along with my Shrinky Dink’s.
Okay, you and Lynn have my mouth watering. The girl who lived next door to me used to bake me the strawberry and orange cakes. Those things were AWESOME!
If those things worked well today, I’d put one in my own kitchen. Those little cakes were sooooo good.
Ever trod barefoot on one of those bricks?
A shot to the head would be less painful
I cannot tell you how many of those have been stepped on in my home or pooped out by a dog or two I've owned.
OK...stepping on them don't seem so bad after all anymore....because THAT is one form of Lego pain I never want to experience.....
Big dog....small lego.
I can't compete with these! All I had in the 80s were realistic looking toy guns and stuff with springs that got outlawed because the shot fired was too hard. My favourite was an old Action Man (the UK GI Joe) artillery thing which fired rubber tipped plastic shells with enough force to sting. It was just the right size to hoist underarm and stride around blasting people like the Terminator. Happy times!
I remember that! So many of those spring loaded toys are gone and for good reason. I had this spring loaded rocket base thing, Christmas morning had my dad getting the ladders out to pull out the plastic rocket embedded in the living room ceiling.