19 Toys All ’80s Kids Once Played With, But Have Probably Completely Forgotten About

Of course your remember Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and She-Ra! But, do you remember playing with Dino-Riders and Lady Lovely Locks?!
Posted on November 25, 2017, 16:16 GMT Brian Galindo BuzzFeed Staff Share On vk Share On vk lineapp Share On lineapp Share Share On twitter Share On twitter Share Share Share On sms Share On sms Share On whatsapp Share On whatsapp Share On more Share On more Share On more Share On more More Share On tumblr Share On tumblr Share On stumbleupon Share On stumbleupon Share On linkedin Share On linkedin Share On reddit Share On reddit Share On googleplus Share On googleplus On copy Share On copy 1. Family Tree House Share On facebook Share On facebook email Share On email This Link ebay.com Share On pinterest Share On pinterest Share On pinterest Share On pinterest Pin Of course, you assumed it (this usually hand-me-down toy) was part of the Fisher-Price Little People line. It actually belonged to Kenner’s Tree Tots line. But, regardless, it was the perfect play set not just for your Little People, but ANY figurine toy really.

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Pizza Party Share On facebook Share On facebook email Share On email This Link waheedaharris.wordpress.

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3. Highway Patrol Motorcycle Cop Share On facebook Share On facebook email Share On email This Link ebay.com Share On pinterest Share On pinterest Share On pinterest Share On pinterest Pin This was just a generic toy that somehow ended up in every kid’s toy box throughout the ’80s. Although it probably drove your parents crazy any time you turned on its siren and light, while running around the house with it.
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Dancing Flowers Share On facebook Share On facebook email Share On email This Link foursquarewalls.blogspot.

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5. Wish World Kids Share On facebook Share On facebook email Share On email This Link etsy.com Share On pinterest Share On pinterest Share On pinterest Share On pinterest Pin Before Polly Pocket took over the world, there was Wish World Kids. The dolls each came with their own mini piece of furniture that would transform into a play set.
6. Casey the Talking Robot Share On facebook Share On facebook email Share On email This Link theoldrobots.

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Vinyl Doll Share On facebook Share On facebook email Share On email This Link etsy.com Share On pinterest Share On pinterest Share On pinterest Share On pinterest Pin It was all fun and games until E.T.’s vinyl skin started peeling off and he started looking more like the “sick” E.

T. from the movie.
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California Raisins Share On facebook Share On facebook email Share On email This Link etsy.com Share On pinterest Share On pinterest Share On pinterest Share On pinterest Pin This was one of the toys that just magically appeared in your toy box one day.
Advertisement 9. Clip-on Plush Toys Share On facebook Share On facebook email Share On email This Link etsy.com Share On pinterest Share On pinterest Share On pinterest Share On pinterest Pin OK, so there really wasn’t a point to these.

But they could grip things, so they had that going for them.
10. Cabbage Patch Kids Mini-Figurines Share On facebook Share On facebook email Share On email This Link etsy.com Share On pinterest Share On pinterest Share On pinterest Share On pinterest Pin Somehow these managed to be even creepier than their doll counterparts.

11. Rub-A-Dub Dog Share On facebook Share On facebook email Share On email This Link etsy.com Share On pinterest Share On pinterest Share On pinterest Share On pinterest Pin The quintessential bathtub toy of the ’80s, not only was this a toy, but it also doubled as a sponge. But mainly you only used it as a toy.
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Robotech Share On facebook Share On facebook email Share On email This Link ebay.com Share On pinterest Share On pinterest Share On pinterest Share On pinterest Pin Robotech was one of the shows that every ’80s kid probably has a vague memory of watching (unless you were a fan, of course). And somehow you always ended up with a figure or two from the toy line, even if you weren’t a fan of the show.
13. McFry Kids Happy Meal Toys Share On facebook Share On facebook email Share On email This Link etsy.com Share On pinterest Share On pinterest Share On pinterest Share On pinterest Pin They also always seemed to smell like plastic and old French fries.
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Worlds of Wonder Talking Mother Goose Toy Share On facebook Share On facebook email Share On email This Link museumofplay.org Share On pinterest Share On pinterest Share On pinterest Share On pinterest Pin This was like a slightly less creepier version of Teddy Ruxpin. And, she came dressed like she came straight from a Laura Ashley showroom.
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Lady Lovely Locks Dolls Share On facebook Share On facebook email Share On email This Link etsy.com Share On pinterest Share On pinterest Share On pinterest Share On pinterest Pin So in the ’80s there was a lot a dolls whose storylines took place in enchanted worlds (ie. Rose Petal and Strawberry Shortcake), but Lady Lovely Locks had one thing over all the others: LOTS of hair! Plus, we can probably all agree that Duchess Ravenwaves was a villain you rooted for!
16. Fisher-Price Little People Zoo Share On facebook Share On facebook email Share On email This Link etsy.com Share On pinterest Share On pinterest Share On pinterest Share On pinterest Pin So, you probably have memories of playing with the Little People barn, parking lot, or house, but LBH, the zoo was where it was really at! Not only did it come with a bunch of animals, it also came with a TRAM and ramp to toss them from.
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Dino-Riders Share On facebook Share On facebook email Share On email This Link myfigurecollection.net Share On pinterest Share On pinterest Share On pinterest Share On pinterest Pin What wasn’t to love? It had dinosaurs, aliens, battle armor, and cool weapons.
18. TubTown Harbor Village Share On facebook Share On facebook email Share On email This Link pinterest.

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19. Haunted House Pop-Up Book Share On facebook Share On facebook email Share On email This Link etsy.com Share On pinterest Share On pinterest Share On pinterest Share On pinterest Pin OK, so this really wasn’t a toy.

But, it was pop-up book that provided you with the perfect scary backdrop for your toys!
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