questionsfavorite toy of the century...what's yours?

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Cardboard box and/or dirt. And siblings.

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What? No lawn darts?! WTF!

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Bicycle. We all have a need for travel, the wind in our faces, cards/balloons in our spokes, scruffy mutt on our heels.

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Building blocks or similar.

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Tonka Trucks.

While they say they are indestructible, my brother and I were able to tear them up. However, they did last a lot longer than most of our toys.

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Transformers
I still play with them.

Also Hot Wheels. I love those. Would spend hours playing with them

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GI Joe, of course. Many childhood hours were spent with mine.

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Lego for me...I just bought some the other day, actually.

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Lego, the one true imagination toy!

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Marbles. Anyone still have any of theirs?

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blocks with channels + marbles.

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Kinda funny how my mind tends to stray towards the gutter while reading this question. I will be a good girl though. ;)

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@jsimsace: I agree! Followed by GI Jane. Fortunately, I never got a chance to play with Jane [that just doesn't sound right] so I still have a few different ones from the first run and a gaggle that were sold somewhere in the late 80s in a revival. All of the Janes are still in their packaging, never opened, think I should sell on Ebay and put the proceeds in my 401k?

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@drj48: I'd check ebay and see if any are selling.....are they worth anything to you, or just taking up space that could be converted to cash? :)

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@omnichad: Nintendo isn't a toy. It's a way of life.