‘Cause we could all use Smurfs shot glasses.
It’s time to find out where you stand on the greatest decade to be a kid!
‘Cause Happy Meals never came with hand puppets!
Dear ’90s kids, you weren’t the only ones to experience some of these things.
BRB, eBaying my childhood.
Clearly the TMNT toy line’s designers were like, “Fuck it, some kid will buy it.”
Because it wasn’t all about Cabbage Patch Kids, My Little Pony, and Transformers.
Can you prove you were raised in the greatest decade to be a kid: the ’80s?!
Are you a natural leader like He-Man or a quirky individual like Rainbow Brite?
The lesson here is that you NEVER should’ve opened and played with your toys.
Who says you can’t put a price on your childhood?
An early ’80s Cabbage Patch Kids pattern book might have been the cause of some early body image issues in a lot of kids.
Cabbage Patch Kids and Jem may have rocked your world, but what about Maxie dolls?
It would appear that Polly Pocket is basically homeless.
AKA, “The world’s most glamorous teenage doll.”
Your parents were right — you should have never cut Barbie’s hair.
This art installation featuring your talking childhood friend is…shudder.
This list is definitive proof that there was no better decade for toys than the ‘80s. (Note: toy lines are listed in no particular order.)
“By the power of Grayskull… I have the power!”
’80s and ’90s kids…are you hungry? You are now.
Signs that you were raised in the greatest decade to be a kid: the ’80s! Step aside, ’90s kids. Just step aside.
They were the quintessential kids craft project of the 1980s.
Being an ‘80s kid meant only one thing, getting a Care Bear for Easter.
These were the toys that won the hearts of ’80s girls (and some boys) everywhere.
This short-lived playset and toy line left a memorable mark on ‘70s & ‘80s kids.
You knew your parents loved you if you owned one of these.
“Combat at its kookiest!”