Childhood Toys You Forgot You Loved – Mighty Max, Pogs, Battle Beasts! The Rod Kim & Vince Cirino Self Deprecating RKVC Pop Rock Pop Up Videos.
Childhood Toys You Forgot You Loved – Mighty Max, Pogs, Battle Beasts!
Here are some childhood toys that you forgot you loved! Remember Mighty Max?! How about pogs or battle beasts? What about spinjas and Pound Puppies? Street Sharks are long forgotten childhood toys. Among all the childhood toys, Mighty Max childhood toys and the Visionaries childhood toys were the favorites of RK. VC’s included Creepy Crawlers and Street Sharks, though both loved Battle Beasts. What childhood toys do you remember?
My Pet Monster and My Buddy were near-life sized and Battle Beasts were tiny. Mighty Max was tiny as well. These childhood toys were left in the 80’s and 90’s and are probably very collectable now. Childhood toys like pogs were a fad as well as things like spinjas. Pound Puppies weren’t just childhood toys, but also a hit cartoon show! Apparently Rock Lords was also a show as well as childhood toys! Childhood toys!
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