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    25 '80s Toys That'll Make Any Gen-Xer Or Old Millennial Say, "I Totally Forgot I Used To Have That!!!"

    Also, a reminder that the decade produced some of the best and also weirdest toys of all time!

    1. Rose Petal Place dolls, which smelled soooo heavenly:

    2. Kenner's Family Tree House, which you thought were actually made for Fisher-Price's Little People:

    3. Hootbot, which looked all cute until its eyes turned red and freaked you out:

    4. M.U.S.C.L.E. Men, which were the perfect toys to stuff in your pockets and take with you EVERYWHERE:

    5. Keypers, which safely stored all your treasured fantasy jewelry while looking adorable:

    6. Fisher-Price's Little People Western Town, which was one badass play set:

    7. Clip-on plush toys, which didn't do anything other than grip things (they were lame):

    8. Monchhichi, which had the most addictive commercial jingle EVER:

    9. Fisher-Price's Tape Recorder Player, which you loved to record yourself making silly voices with:

    10. Cabbage Patch Kids Mini-Figurines, which managed to be creepier than the doll versions:

    11. Food Fighters, which were the coolest action figures ever:

    12. McFry Kids Happy Meal Toys, which always seemed to smell like plastic and old French fries (not matter how long you had had them):

    13. These Disney pull back car toys, that seemed to go like 60 miles per hour:

    14. Garfield PVC figures, which you just seemed to have a random collection of and not know where they came from:

    15. Care Bear Cousins stuffed animals, which were like cooler Care Bears:

    16. Sea Wees, which made bathtime so much fun:

    17. Sports Popples, which were as hard to put into a ball shape as regular Popples:

    18. Casey the Talking Robot, which was more of a glorified tape player than a robot, but it was still fun to read along stories with him:

    19. E.T. stuffed animals, 'cause he was much, much cuter than the vinyl version of him they sold:

    20. Wind-up walking California Raisins figures, which looked weird with the really long arms:

    21. SilverHawks, which were legit cool action figures:

    22. Shirt Tales stuffed animals, which you usually got from your nana:

    23. Cut and sew dolls, which you also usually got from your nana:

    24. The Heart Family, which were the most boring Barbie dolls ever:

    25. And finally, Cabbage Patch Koosa dolls, which were just nightmare fuel: