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1982-xx-xx Sears Christmas Catalog P310 by Wishbook, via Flickr.  Loved Strawberry Shortcake.

The 10 Absolute Best Girl Toy Lines Of The :: find Strawberry Shortcake dolls from Schylling

Homemade silly putty from starch and glue. Do you remember making print of the comics? I used to love doing that!

Homemade silly putty from starch and glue. ( Elmer's Glue-All multi-purpose glue (Not Elmer's school glue) and a concentrated liquid starch called Sta-Flo)

this was the coolest game ever growing up with the red dots

Truth or dare … or zit sticker? Girl Talk was a sleepover must for giggly awkward pre-teen and teenage girls of the and Just looking at the cover of the box (and that hair!) sends us into giggles all over again.

Golden Dreams Barbie. Oooh flashback! Either my sister or I had this one too, can't remember but the skirt seems familiar.

Golden Dreams Barbie (In my Barbie community, she was the slut that slept with all my other Barbies' Kens.so I chopped all her hair off.) <- HAHAHAAHAHHAH I only pinned it for that comment

Man these were so high tech back then

Playing Oregon Trail on the old Apple Computers at school. I used to love computer lab time when we got to play that game!

Boy these dolls were hard to find the first year they came out.  We eventually found them.

Getting a new Cabbage Patch Kid, hanging her birth certificate on the wall, and carrying her around with you everywhere. My cabbage patch kid name was Jennifer Lynette!