• 1 year 7 months ago
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    Dyzfunk7ional wrote:
    randomuser2349 wrote:
    Today's toys are the same as the past: Gigantic money making machines with the intent of sapping your parents' paycheck for a novelty that fades the second a new item in the franchise appears.


    The only difference is that you played with the toys back then. Now they play you.


    Yes, in Russia toy plays with you.
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      • 1 year 7 months ago
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      I have a niece who is two years old and she loves our old toys. She plays with our old My Little Ponies, Fisher Price dollhouse, she even likes dolls that don't do anything. She even likes Mega Blocks and her play kitchen so forget all of those toys that have the bells and whistles this is what she likes to play with.
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