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Nostalgia thread?


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best book


was thinking the other day why i was playing with thunderbirds toys in the 90s when the show came out in the 60s
apparently it was revived around then
never got that flippin tracy island playset


Same I had the green one 2 I think, was based, got wrong for putting it in the bath with me


I liked those books. Got a few recently for free, haven't read yet


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Read and be spooked


i used to deal sherbet in primary school


In the early 2000s I think there was a brand of figurines going around. It also had its own game which was a fairly simple online FPS. I've tried looking through lists of 2000s toys and can't find it. They were humanoid figurines, maybe 5-10cm. The game was really fun. Pretty sure there was an Egyptian theme somewhere.


Sweet I just found it. Mondotime. Doesn't even have a wikipedia article.



Across the four months of pre-production, Bale subsided on a diet of black coffee, one apple and a tin of tuna per day. Speaking to Esquire UK, Harley Street health expert Daniel O’Shaughnessy explains that "this is less than 200 calories per day, so it’s not healthy at all. An extreme diet like this will play havoc with your metabolism and cause a lot of stress on the body."


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>Ramagon was first released in the late 1970s by Highland Industries. However, it had its biggest success during the 1980s when it was distributed by Discovery Toys. It was later sold by Ramagon Toys. Ramagon adopted the aesthetic of the space age. This differentiated it from Lego, which during the early 80s, was firmly terrestrial. The Ramagon logo was a birdseye view of the octagonal connector piece. It looks very much like the Dharma Initative logo from Lost. The rest of the pieces also share the classic aesthetic.

no one else had this growing up
in of itself it was kind of a boring toy but one could utilize it to build large structures onto which you could add lego

a primary negative was the living hinge integral to the design of the connectors which while an adult could operate easily were difficult for the fingers of children to and so parts were damaged during the dismantling stage





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