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LittleDuck
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The stores have already started to push their toys for the upcoming season. I saw this today. I thought it was one of the funniest mainstream toys I have seen.

Share the amusing toys you can find...

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that is odd

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The new Elmo.

Any toy that makes me imagine someone shooting up on crack and convulsing on the floor can NOT be a good thing . . .

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LittleDuck, I saw that today and went huh?

One, there are enough horses around here that m child at 3 will already know that baby horses can walk. And two, they don't even sell walkers for people anymore! They are considered dangerous. So this is a truly odd toy to let kids pretend to be bad mommies to baby horses?

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Anyone remember the Crash Dummies toys from the early 90s? I loved those things, but until recently I never really realized how morbid it really was to construct crashes with dummies flying out the windshield, etc.
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Surprises me that I'm the first to mention the singing toilet.

Don't know if this qualifies, but it's strangely amusing.

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quote:
Originally posted by Class Bravo:
Anyone remember the Crash Dummies toys from the early 90s? I loved those things, but until recently I never really realized how morbid it really was to construct crashes with dummies flying out the windshield, etc.

My younger son SO wanted those when he was little. I never got them for him because I found them a bit morbid. He also liked Thomas the Tank Engine, so I steered him toward those toys. I don't think I traumatized him by doing so...at least not much. [Razz]

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While wandering through a toy store, I saw this.

Quite frankly, it sounds pretty creepy to me. I picture waking up in the middle of the night to see the doll at the foot of the bed, squeaking "Elmo knows your name," or, "Elmo knows what you did last summer."

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Elmo must hang out in Cheers. Everyone there knows your name [Smile]

Class, I could swear I saw CTD somewhere recently. I think they may have been trying to bring them back.

Sweet, this is the first time I have seen the singing toilet. It's creepy and amusing at the same time.

I didn't know what to make of Speed Stacks . Then I read:
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Already part of P.E. classes in over 10,000 schools
And I watched the "championship" on ESPN the other day. The kids do this in PE? Don't they play basketball anymore? Floor hockey?

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quote:
Originally posted by chillas:
While wandering through a toy store, I saw this.

Quite frankly, it sounds pretty creepy to me. I picture waking up in the middle of the night to see the doll at the foot of the bed, squeaking "Elmo knows your name," or, "Elmo knows what you did last summer."

[lol]

But yeah, when I was a kid I think it would have been creepy to have a doll that knew my name. I had Teddy Ruxpin, but he only played the cassettes I put into him. If he'd started making up phrases of his own I think I would have been very scared.

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The new Elmo reminds me of "Talking Tina" from The Twilight Zone.

"My name is Talking Tina.....and I don't like you..."

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quote:
Originally posted by LittleDuck:
Elmo must hang out in Cheers. Everyone there knows your name [Smile]

Class, I could swear I saw CTD somewhere recently. I think they may have been trying to bring them back.

Sweet, this is the first time I have seen the singing toilet. It's creepy and amusing at the same time.

I didn't know what to make of Speed Stacks . Then I read:
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Already part of P.E. classes in over 10,000 schools
And I watched the "championship" on ESPN the other day. The kids do this in PE? Don't they play basketball anymore? Floor hockey?
Yeah, I have to agree with you. I've never understood how this managed to become a sport. Sure it requires lots of practice, but so do video games.

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Beach, yea, and then people turn and blame video games for childhood obesity. I guess technically stacking cups is excercise but Dance Dance Revolution (when used with the dance mat) gives more excercise.

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Originally posted by LittleDuck:
Beach, yea, and then people turn and blame video games for childhood obesity. I guess technically stacking cups is excercise but Dance Dance Revolution (when used with the dance mat) gives more excercise.

Yeah, and there are other video games, one for the playstation that requires body movement and of course the Wii which are far more active than cup stacking.

Beach...used to make houses by stacking playing cards, but nobody considered that a sport...Life!

*ETA Just counting the minutes until someone jumps in with "my kids a cup stacker and it takes a lot of work, but it real good for their self esteem...'

*Edited to fix spelling error...

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quote:
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Yeah, and there are other video games, one for the playstation that requires body movement and of course the Wii which are far more active than cub stacking.

Would that be bear cubs, or Chicago Cubs? Because either would be physically challenging, and good for kids' self-esteem. [Big Grin]

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I saw the ad for that one Saturday morning while flipping channels. What exactly are "competition grade cups"?

And it is $30 for 12 plastic cups, and a cheapo digital timer. I could put the same thing together for about $2.99.

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There was this game that came out a few years ago, and you essentially had to pick all the boogers out of a nose before time ran out. Or you had to do something and all these green plastic-covered spring like things would come out. For the life of me I can't remember what that toy was...

SweetHomeCalifornia: That toilet...is absolutely terrifying.

Cervus: I always wanted a Teddy Ruxpin when I was little...now that I'm older, I find even that a little creepy.

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quote:
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quote:
Originally posted by BeachLife:
Yeah, and there are other video games, one for the playstation that requires body movement and of course the Wii which are far more active than cub stacking.

Would that be bear cubs, or Chicago Cubs? Because either would be physically challenging, and good for kids' self-esteem. [Big Grin]
Yeah, you gotta lay em on their sides do they stack better. And dead cubs are easier though a bit smellier and less PC than live cubs.

Beach...or so I've heard...Life!

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quote:
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Originally posted by LittleDuck:
Beach, yea, and then people turn and blame video games for childhood obesity. I guess technically stacking cups is excercise but Dance Dance Revolution (when used with the dance mat) gives more excercise.

Yeah, and there are other video games, one for the playstation that requires body movement and of course the Wii which are far more active than cup stacking.

Beach...used to make houses by stacking playing cards, but nobody considered that a sport...Life!

*ETA Just counting the minutes until someone jumps in with "my kids a cup stacker and it takes a lot of work, but it real good for their self esteem...'

*Edited to fix spelling error...

Don't forget Yourself Fitness, a video game for X-Box, PC, and PS2 which is a virtual personal trainer.

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I thought 'Cabbage Patch Dolls' (ugly looking dolls rather than the cute ones most girls have) were a strange idea.

I never heard the 'mutant' nuclear war urban legend.

But I did hear about the 'Death Certificates' and until I read about them on 'snopes' I thought they were true.

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quote:
Originally posted by Manzanita SOL:
There was this game that came out a few years ago, and you essentially had to pick all the boogers out of a nose before time ran out. Or you had to do something and all these green plastic-covered spring like things would come out. For the life of me I can't remember what that toy was...

It was called "Gooey Louie."

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Although not necessarily "wierd," the Star Wars Transformers rather make my mind boggle.

It's like two toy icons of the 1980's hit headlong and smooshed together somehow...

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Beach, the Playstation I think you're talking about is "Eye Toy" (actually its a peripheral camera and there are several games sold for it). As for the Wii, we pre-ordered one. My arms have already started rebelling.

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quote:
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Beach, the Playstation I think you're talking about is "Eye Toy" (actually its a peripheral camera and there are several games sold for it). As for the Wii, we pre-ordered one. My arms have already started rebelling.

Yeah, that's the one. My neice and nephew have one and it can give quite the work out.

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Cube world game cubes Little stick figures who interact. I saw these at Wal-mart yesterday and thought they were odd.

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One, there are enough horses around here that m child at 3 will already know that baby horses can walk. And two, they don't even sell walkers for people anymore! They are considered dangerous. So this is a truly odd toy to let kids pretend to be bad mommies to baby horses?
My daughter thought that was a cute toy, she loves My Little Pony.

As for the comment about bad mommies. All 3 of my kids were in walkers. That does not make me a bad mommy. Plus they do still sell them. They are only considered dangerous around stairs and when used as "babysitters".

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elfbunny, sorry! I didn't mean to call you a bad parent, and I'm sure you used your walker responsibly.

I personally haven't seen any for sale in several years and I don't know anyone with current infants who uses them. I know they are not sold at all in Canada because they are considered dangerous.

The main danger I have read about walkers is that they inable a baby to move much faster towards dangerous stuff, often faster than a parent can keep up with. And they can topple. I'm sure parents can overcome those dangers by baby'proofing the house, a lot of the things that are labeled dangerous are really fine if used with supervision.

Anyway, when I see a toy baby (horse) in a walker it looks as relevant to babies now as a toy record player or rotary phone, since my baby has never encountered any of those items. I guess that varies, if walkers are actually still common in some places.

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kmcm, those cube things are fantastic! I haven't seen them before either. I am going to have to keep my eyes open next time I am out.

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One of my favorites...

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While looking for something else, I ran across these . And this .

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If you can't get a real dog, get a toy with wet kisses . There are different breeds available too and they all have wet kisses. Saw it on TV today (along with the MLP in a walker, which pleased the heck out of me).

Also bought some Cube World thingys today. Turn them upside down and the little figures fall down to the "ceiling" of their cubes. They're a lot more entertaining than the Tamagotchi my brother got me years back (which died by a horrible "steppig on" accident).

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The pony doesn't seem too weird for me, but I'm a sucker for cute things. Plus, in terms of toys/videos, it seems that babies/kids seem to like things that are also babies. Hence, a toy that features Winnie the Pooh characters as babies, etc.

You want more weird stuff?

How about...Harry Potter's Vibrating Broom

How about the watergun that shot spooje? (Okay, okay, yellow stuff.)

Or... Living Dead Dollies! (I actually have two of them. They're a spin off from the living dead dolls collection.)

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quote:
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How about...Harry Potter's Vibrating Broom

Okay, that right there is the stuff that mind-numbingly, eye-gougingly bad slash fiction is made of.

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Okay, the pony is a bit weird when you see it in action.

Plus, it's a lot bigger than I thought it would be. I thought it would be the size of an actual toy my little pony. The babies were especially small.

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What about Pulsar? I had one of these, and the odd thing was that his veins were basically where his intestins should have been. The fact that you could remove his face to attach "mission discs" to his brain was just the icing on the cake.
I also had a few Big Jim action figures. They were along the lines of the original G.I. Joe, but only 8 inches tall and they had a Karate chop action when a button on their back was pushed. Later, they added "Double Trouble" Big Jim, who's face would change from normal to angry after the button was pushed. Sorry, couldn't find a link for this one.

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