Thread: what was your #1 most treasured possesion as a child

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    • 11 years 5 months ago
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    Quote by DavvisH
    Quote by Disney
    Mine was later in life iand it is my huge disney collection of videos and dvd's


    I'm curious. Do you have Bedknobs and Broomsticks? I think I watched that movie 5000 times when I was little.. And I'd probably still watch it if I had it on DVD lol


    Yeah I still have it on VHS and on DVD - you see when the DVD comes out I buy it cause of the features and stuff but find it really hard to part with my huge VHS collection
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      i love the bit with the knights at the end when there fighting the german troops.
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        Quote by chaoszerg
        i love the bit with the knights at the end when there fighting the german troops.


        That is my ULTIMATE favorite part in that movie.. I remember putting in the VHS and fast forwerding it all the way to the part just as Miss Price is bringing the suits of armor and such to life.... OOHHH it gave me goose bumps for some reason...
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          Heck I even remember trying to recite the spells in the movie..

          Nekipo Nekrifs Crumpic Leach

          ... crap didnt work..

          ok maybe..

          traguna maqoyties tragorum saystus dee (I think thats how its spelt lol)

          ....... oops now my mouse just ran away from the pc

          *runs off catching it*
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            Quote by DavvisH
            Quote by chaoszerg
            i love the bit with the knights at the end when there fighting the german troops.


            That is my ULTIMATE favorite part in that movie.. I remember putting in the VHS and fast forwerding it all the way to the part just as Miss Price is bringing the suits of armor and such to life.... OOHHH it gave me goose bumps for some reason...


            That was a great movie! I love the Soccer Game against the cartoon animal kingdom!

            And Funny Stuff DavvisH, I remember Apogee and Perogee being perts of incantations. But I found out that those are also phases of the moon's orbit.
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              But I found out that those are also phases of the moon's orbit


              I didnt know that... I wonder if the substututiary locomotion spell means anything................

              Ahh crap now the monitor is running away......

              *grabs onto the AC cord and gets draged along with it*

              oof ouch ouffh ocuf ahh
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                • 11 years 5 months ago
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                Prized posession as a child:

                Voltron.
                  • 11 years 4 months ago
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                  The Cheer Bear that I had since....well forever I guess. I still sleep with her everynight, I LOVE CARE BEARS!!!
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                    I have a turquoise Care bear doll that I got when I was born. It's not that I really liked this or something (And I'm not saying that I don't either) But I've had this thing longer than anything else and I don't plan to get rid of it.
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                      My mass-collection of Lego Guns for my little Lego Guys. >=]
                      I used to steal them when I was younger...I'm such an ass.
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                        Ive now decided that my most treasured possesion as a child was my video cassettes of CITV an CBBC
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                          The Millennium Falcon was my first prized possession, until I got Jetfire some years later.
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                            My Koosa dog.Koosas were kind of like animal Cabbage Patch Kids.Being a little boy I wasn't fond of the dolls,but I loved stuffed dogs.I saw them in an article in a magazine I had,and I became infatuated with them.My Grandfather bought me one when I went to visit him.His name was Tim.He had a brown head,floppy ears a tuft of brown and white hair and an orange and white striped body.Unlike some I wasn't smart enough to keep my beloved childhood friend when I grew older.I passed him on to a young cousin where he eventually got thrown away.I still miss him.There's even a picture of him in an old family album.
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                              My "Pink Blankie" that my great aunt made for me when I was born just before she died.... I wouldn't part for it with anything... I was the female Linus. And then there was that fateful day that my little sister poored black ink all over it. Whoa... I think I might have some anger about that....I need to go see my therapist.
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                                • 10 years 9 months ago
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                                I used to have a weird passion for silky materials such as underware labels. thank god i have grown out of that, the other kids would laugh at me LOL.
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                                  my Michelangelo

                                  (yes, i know that picture is Raphael)

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                                    i had a big stuffed koala bear that i named kirby that i absolutely loved for some reason. he had a little blue t-shirt that said "sunshine" or something dumb like that. i used to cry every morning when i left for school, because my brother told me he was going to rip his head off and bury him in the backyard while i was at school. he never did, though, 'cause i'd always tuck kirby into bed extra tight before i left, and we all know that nothing can get you if you're tucked into bed tight enough! right?!?
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                                      • 10 years 9 months ago
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                                      Hmm... just about everything I owned.

                                      Hell, when you get to know me, you'll see that I take care of my stuff. Heck, I've still got a dragon shirt from when my folks bought it for me in 2000

                                      Of course, there's a few things that get ruined, but it happens to the best of us. May those things RIP
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                                        The first toy that I truly loved was my "Day-to-Night" Barbie doll. She went thru alot. Het hair got messed up and she got her face written on with pen. Then a friend of mine decided to take away the pen marks with nail polish remover. It didn't remove the marks, but it completely removed her painted eyes. I tried doodling them in. My mom made me throw my doll away and I really did not want to. I was so sad throwing her away in the garbage like that

                                        Later on as a freshman in highschool I had to write a poem. I had no ideas and somehow came up with the idea to connect my childhood with that doll. It was so lame and my teacher made me read it to the entire class.

                                        But now I bought the doll on Ebay...except now my mom says I shouldn't take it out of the box! She thinks I'll ruin her again, lol.
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                                          Oh, and on a self-congratulatory note:
                                          I am now a King Pimp!


                                          Yeah, congrats, ya bloody wanker!
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