Funny Toys

Funny Toys

21. Water Wands

Plastic batons with water and glitter inside.

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22. Wacky Wall Walkers

Popular toy found in cereal boxes in the 1980s.

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23. Dinobots

See also 80's.

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24. Hulk Hands

Large, comical green hands made out of some kind of foam that make noises when you punch things. See also Nerds, Weapons.

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25. Wooly Willie

As far as I know, Wooly Willie remains the only toy to have successfully turned metal filings into a plaything. The popularity of Wooly Willie later beget Dapper Dan the Magnetic Man, Hair-Do Harriet, and Whiskers the Cat. See also 50's.

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26. Get in Shape Girl

Toy line from the 80's that included "Bangle Bop Bracelets", "Rhythm and Ribbons", and "Burgeoning Body Issues". See also 80's, Exercise.

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27. Tobor

This is Tobor. Tobor, the telesonic robot. (Batteries not included.) He's under your control. With a click from the telesonic commander, to circle, to proceed forward, to circle. Or to pick up the support module and return, all on your command. Tobor is "robot" spelled backwards. Tobor, the telesonic robot. From Sharper! See also 70's.

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28. Weeble Wobbles

See also 70's.

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29. Wood Burning Kit

What my dad got for his tenth birthday in the sixties. Unsurprisingly, it's since been discontinued. See also 60's.

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30. Evil-Lyn

Skeletor's right-hand woman and He-Man's nemesis, Evil-Lyn joined G.I. Joe's The Baroness in teaching prepubescent boys that evil could be enticingly attractive, if not also at times a little funny-looking. See also 80's.

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