Funny, that's how I rolled in the too.except I did it on a big wheels bike down a steep set of stairs. Because I had a big sister that didn't particularly want a little sister.
The Big Wheel, c. 1970 this is so true!
The Big Wheel, c. 1970 you could hear those things coming from blocks away.
My mom REFUSED to let me have a Green Machine OR a Big Wheel, because (quote) "they are too loud, and you wouldn't be able to hear a car approaching." So I was forced to ride them at OTHER PEOPLE'S homes.
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Funny motivational poster of a kid jumping an big wheel trike off a ramp. Major air, The No knee pads, helmets, brakes, or over cautious soccer moms. It's just how we rolled. When it was fun to be a child.
Merlin game with sounds and red lights. I remember playing this thing a lot in the Such high tech! One of my first electronic games!
Merlin - It had multiple games you could play and maintained it's fun factor for years and years. I'd still play this thing.
i loved MERLIN! Hand-held electronic game of the Our kids would be amazed.
"Merlin" by Parker. A favorite of mine. One of the first hand-held computer toys, with numerous alternative games. I remember for some reason this game took 6 AA batteries and it just ate them up, always needing new batteries for power.
On the playground is where i spent most my days, chillin out relaxing, acting all cool, SHooting some bball outside of schoool. yup I can sing the entire thing!
On the playground is where I spent most of my days, chillin' out max and relaxin' all cool and all shootin' some b-ball outside of school, when a couple of guys, they were up to no good! started makin' trouble in my neighborhood .
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Before Kindle, before DVD, before VHS, there was the Read-Along Record with Tinkerbell ringing her little bells to turn the page.
This was my childhood, I'm pretty sure we had the same TV, Super Nintendo, Legos, and the kid on the right kind of looks like me as a kid. wondering if this is some lost photo of me as a kid that my sister posted.
Staying outside playing all over the neighborhood until after dark, and hearing mom yelling out the door that it's time to come home. I agree, but for us it was the church bells ringing or the street lights coming on depending on the time of year.
Rolling down the hill - best fun ever This is so true and we never got hurt or broke out necks, but I bet most kids today have never enjoyed this simple pleasure. Too bad as adults we can't just go out on break at work and roll down the nearest hill