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Re: Christmas Toy Ideas

Post by wolf89 » Tue Dec 17, 2013 1:53 am

LACE wrote:well i've got 3 girls to buy for..ages 5-9. i highly recommend the eyewitness series of books for kids about space, engineering, civilizations, history or anything subject you'd think would hold their interest..
I thought the ones about space and science and stuff were cool when I was a kid.
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Re: Christmas Toy Ideas

Post by ch3 » Wed Dec 18, 2013 11:15 pm

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I got a monkey and octopus for my baby nephew. They are both super cute. The time for science will come, eventually.
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Re: Christmas Toy Ideas

Post by garethom » Wed Dec 18, 2013 11:25 pm

ch3 wrote:I got a monkey and octopus for my baby nephew.
If anything, it should make for a good fight.

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Re: Christmas Toy Ideas

Post by syrup » Thu Dec 19, 2013 4:18 am

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i was wondering how long would it take for someone to post this :lol:

not bad, not bad
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Re: Christmas Toy Ideas

Post by syrup » Thu Dec 19, 2013 4:21 am

johney wrote:
OGLemon wrote:anal beads
i was wondering how long would it take for someone to post this :lol:

not bad, not bad
1+ on science/space books and encyclopedias with lots of pics, loved that as a kid :)
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Re: Christmas Toy Ideas

Post by nameless133 » Thu Dec 19, 2013 12:19 pm

Buy DMZ001. Thats all.

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Re: Christmas Toy Ideas

Post by TheIntrospectionist » Thu Dec 19, 2013 12:54 pm

johney wrote: 1+ on science/space books and encyclopedias with lots of pics, loved that as a kid :)
Same here. I used to love biology ones too. I remember being bought this magazine when I was really young where each issue came with parts of a model of the human anatomy. Each issue would come with an organ for example and I just remember learning a lot and being totally fascinated by it all. Ancient Egypt was another massive interest for me when I was young.. As well as the typical obsession with dinosaurs :lol:.

Oh and I also remember a currency of the world magazine where each issue would alternate between a coin and banknote in foreign currency. I had this master plan to save up all the notes (e.g. $5000 note in currency from Mozambique) and exchange them all to become rich :corntard: ...As you can imagine, the concept of exchange rates was a fatal blow to my childhood dream. :lol:

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Re: Christmas Toy Ideas

Post by Muncey » Thu Dec 19, 2013 1:26 pm

Laurel & Hardy boxset

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Re: Christmas Toy Ideas

Post by prisoner » Thu Dec 19, 2013 8:42 pm

give them something weird & funny.

i gave my 8 year niece two mangoes (she likes them) for her bday and it's a much more memorable gift then the dumb doll i gave her too...

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Re: Christmas Toy Ideas

Post by wysockisauce » Thu Dec 19, 2013 9:44 pm

prisoner wrote:give them something weird & funny.

i gave my 8 year niece two mangoes (she likes them) for her bday and it's a much more memorable gift then the dumb doll i gave her too...
My cousin got a cabbage for his 22nd b-day.

Also one of these. :lol:

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Re: Christmas Toy Ideas

Post by wolf89 » Thu Dec 19, 2013 9:49 pm

TheIntrospectionist wrote:
johney wrote: As well as the typical obsession with dinosaurs :lol:.
:lol:
The 90s were all about dinosaurs as I remember. Me and my mates were completely obssesed
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Re: Christmas Toy Ideas

Post by magma » Fri Dec 20, 2013 12:35 pm

I bought him a toy TARDIS and a Dalek.

It hasn't arrived yet and I have to leave London on Monday. :corncry:
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Re: Christmas Toy Ideas

Post by LACE » Sat Dec 21, 2013 1:03 am

wolf89 wrote:
LACE wrote:well i've got 3 girls to buy for..ages 5-9. i highly recommend the eyewitness series of books for kids about space, engineering, civilizations, history or anything subject you'd think would hold their interest..
I thought the ones about space and science and stuff were cool when I was a kid.
same. i truly enjoyed reading these and learning new things about the world before the extreme cynicism set in :cornlol:
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Re: Christmas Toy Ideas

Post by leyenda » Sun Dec 22, 2013 6:40 pm

Get him some sandy chinos and a supreme cap. Won't be long til he's old enough to go to his first five panel rave
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