My toy store experience

December 31, 2006 at 5:04 pm 4 comments

Hey guys! Because of this cool blog, I actually dropped by the toy store during this Christmas break. I was looking around and wow I felt like a kid again with my mommy. I wanted to buy so many toys! As I was looking around each section, my childhood started to flash right before my eyes. I saw the toys I used to play with like Polly Pocket, My Littlest Petshop, Barbie, Twister, and so much more. I passed by the section where they had Polly Pocket and My Littlest Petshop.

I was very disappointed.

The toy makers turned my favorite toys into scary things. They no longer look cute =( I wanted to cry. (Drama! Haha!) BUT WAIT I heard kids playing in one section with these colorful bears that looked so nice to hug. I was overjoyed to have seen the CARE BEARS. I ran to grab one CARE BEAR and hugged it. It was so lovable! I told my mom (and this is for real) “Ma, can I please buy one? Then she said it was expensive and (puhlees, I’m already 21 so I’m kinda old to have a stuffed toy like that). So then I said can I buy this cute purple Care Bear clip on and my mommy said yes! Oh the joy! the happiness! Here’s a picture to show you how cute and cuddly it looks.

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I love it! And it’s my favorite color by the way.

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4 Comments Add your own

  • 1. lovelygirl  |  January 2, 2007 at 10:55 am

    toy experience??well, i played a lot of them when i was young koz my tatay in saudi sends package loaded with different toys. It’s so unlikely because i prefer the toys for the boys than girl’s toys (like lazer guns, trains with railings, remote control cars, helicopter and plane models….). I think i never experienced going to mall and asked my nanay to buy me toys coz like what i have sed its my tatay who gives me toys (which are for boys) to play and collect.

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  • 2. kidswereus  |  January 4, 2007 at 11:18 pm

    Ive had my share of toys for boys too because of my brother and cousins. (And theyve had a share of my toys–dolls too, hehe). I remember joining them in their “barilan” and we like to invent how our guns would sound.

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  • 3. stel  |  February 2, 2007 at 10:22 pm

    do you guys remember etch sketch? ang that summy thig that if u dip sa water lalaki?ehhehehe..till now every time i play with my little pamangkins, ako parin naghahandle ng play doh! hahahah cuteness noh.. i make icecreams, burgers, pizzas..ect! sarap hiwain nun and lambot kasi!

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  • 4. Geoff  |  March 15, 2007 at 1:41 pm

    My sister is an addict of purple things like that!

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