The best thing about being a kid is that you have roughly zero responsibilities. Sure, you need to go to school, but honestly that's pretty simple.
The only thing that we really cared about was playing with our toys. You might think that because our only concern was those wonderful toys, that we would remember them all, but that's where you're wrong.
Our brains have been filled with useless and boring facts like how to file our taxes and how to pay our bills, so all of our favorite toys have slipped away. But don't worry, we've got you covered.
Sure, you've forgotten a lot, but we can remind you! All your favorite toys are distant memories, and we're going to help you remember them.
Who's ready to revisit all those childhood toys they forgot?
"Weebles wobble but they don't fall down!" Does it suddenly ring a bell? These little round-bottomed toys were adorable little buddies that would perfectly sit into the Weebles play sets that we all had.
2. Fashion Plates
We may not have been able to decide on which clothes our moms would buy for us, but we could design our own clothes using fashion plates. Mix and match all the plates to create your perfect outfit, and dream of the day when you would have a reason to wear it.
3. Pet Rocks
The genius inventor of this toy managed to create the perfect obsession for kids. They felt like they had a pet, but they didn't have to worry about feeding it or taking it for walks. It was the best option for the parents and the kid, and probably a lot of animals who didn't have to get annoyed by kids all the time.
It's literally just a rock though, that's the thing. There's nothing super special about it, but for some reason it was a huge hit!
4. Raggedy Ann & Andy
There is something so sweet about these little dolls. They lasted for generations and while they had a few changes over the years, they always kept their iconic look in some way. That red hair is pretty one-of-a-kind, and they just wouldn't be the same without those stripey socks!
Jacks has had a lot of names over the years, and a lot of different rules, but no matter how you played it or what you called it, it was strangely addictive. You probably haven't thought about the cumulative hours you spent sitting cross-legged on the playground in a circle with all your friends grabbing little plastic pieces off the ground in a while have you?