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14 Toys That Kids From The 2000s Will Recognize And Prob. Tear Up A Little Bit About

That Barbie dream plane though!!!

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1. If you were a kid in the 2000s, you probably had a Polly Pocket — and spent multiple Christmases scheming about getting the Polly dollhouse:

If the Pa-la-la-la-Polly jingle didn't just run through your head, you're a liar.
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If the Pa-la-la-la-Polly jingle didn't just run through your head, you're a liar.

2. Doll transportation was a hot holiday commodity, too — like this Barbie Holiday Camper...

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The original glamping, tbh.

3. And this Barbie airplane that got progressively more and more pimped out each year.

I think there was one year where it came with a plane hot tub??? Am I wrong on this???
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I think there was one year where it came with a plane hot tub??? Am I wrong on this???

4. And if there was ever an "It" action hero, it was Max Steel.

Those majorly epic TV commercials were the fuckin' best.
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Those majorly epic TV commercials were the fuckin' best.

5. Christmas was also an opportune time to add to your Beyblade collection...

1000% cooler than fidget spinners, IMO.
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1000% cooler than fidget spinners, IMO.

6. Or the time to finally upgrade your scooter game with one of these:

You knew everyone in your neighborhood would be so jealin'.
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You knew everyone in your neighborhood would be so jealin'.

7. Hot Wheels were the shit, too, and don't even get us started on the Hot Wheels Car Wash, which worked with REAL WATER AND SUDS, YOU GUYS.

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Needed this so hard.

8. And nothing got your adrenaline pumping like the TV ad for the Hot Wheels Sharkbite Bay track.

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You knew this was missing from your life.

9. If your BFF got a new NERF gun, it was only a matter of time before you had to have one, too:

NERF gun arms races were a thing.
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NERF gun arms races were a thing.

10. And we should probably credit our first grocery store cash register sets for setting us on the path toward consumerism.

This one even had a microphone, like the kind you had to page your parents on not infrequently.
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This one even had a microphone, like the kind you had to page your parents on not infrequently.

11. And of course, the OG ladies of American Girl were holiday season staples.

They're 95% the reason why you know your American history.
Twitter: @164BABE

They're 95% the reason why you know your American history.

12. The PlayStation 2 was, without a doubt, the subject of many letters to Santa back then...

Honestly, who else still misses it?
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Honestly, who else still misses it?

13. As were every Pokémon-lover's favorite Game Boys...

Yellow was the best one, of course.
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Yellow was the best one, of course.

14. But when it came down to it in the 2000s, there was one groundbreaking gift that ruled us all:

Merry Christmas; feel old yet?
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Merry Christmas; feel old yet?

This post was translated from Portuguese.

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