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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Pearls, 7 December 2016.

  1. Pearls

    Pearls Site Owner Staff Admin

    Toy you received at Christmas as a child...

    Mine was a Basil Brush cuddly and Tiny tears doll,:) I always wanted a cabbage patch doll but never got one :(
     
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  2. Action man...always xxx :0))
     
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  3. Pearls

    Pearls Site Owner Staff Admin

    I would say most boys had action man ;)
     
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  4. Got to be technic Lego for me I think. The whole Christmas new year period building some big digger.. Great times
     
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  5. My mum bought me an amazing, silvercross pram. :love:
    I mixed mud in it to make mud pies..
    I had a raliegh shopper.. and a pet mouse.. i took him everywhere in the shopping bit at the back.
    Took him to the jumble sale.. in the sergeants mess.. lived opposite an RAF camp.. i wasnt popular.. true story.
    Guess i was a bit of a problem child..
     
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  6. Favourite was the Red Devil parachutist. Threw him out of window and climbed tres. Boys and their dreams... xx :0))
     
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  7. Miss-Sexy-Legs

    Miss-Sexy-Legs Moderator Staff Sprtr

    Mine was a tiny tears doll and my older sister gave her a haircut I was gutted
     
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  8. Mine was a peaches and cream.barbie doll and also a pink bear my Grandad got me before he passed away. Still have that bear lol xx
     
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  9. Big yellow teapot.
    Pig pong.
    Mouse trap
    A lifelike doll
     
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  10. Books. Lots and lots and lots and lots of books, mainly science and mathematics textbooks.

    Then I got my first computer (a ZX81) then a ZX Spectrum (that was sh*t) followed by a Commodore 64 which was a LOT better.

    One of the upsides of being on my own is that I now buy my own Christmas pressies so a couple of years ago my company (as in, I own it) had a particularly good year so I splashed out and bought myself an Omega watch.
     
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  11. Admin

    Admin Administrator Admin

    Ehhh by gum... you lot are spoilt.. I was lucky to have a tangerine, and some polo mints to keep warm! :D
     
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  12. Maths books? Oh blimey!!
     
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  13. ....and for this reason I'm now a mathematician :)
     
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  14. You are?
    Oh good god.. my maths is terrible..
    My dad was excellent at maths.. he was an industrial chemist.. worked for texaco oil.. out in africa...
    Lol cause you needed to know this ommm
     
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  15. Maths and chemistry in the abstract are very similar (which doesn't explain why I managed to spectacularly balls-up my A-level chemistry when I got As in maths and further maths).
     
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  16. meandlis

    meandlis Admin Admin Sprtr

    And, you tell the kids of today that and they won't believe you! :rofl:
     
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  17. Admin

    Admin Administrator Admin

    Exactly! :D
     
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