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The best present they ever received at Christmas
Mine was Castle Greyskull from He-Man when i was six, i wanted it for months and was not dissapointed either
A bottle of vinegar
lovely with fish and chips.
My best present was a Peugeot Black Lion BMX. (Yes Peugeot, the car. They did makebikes once upon a time) It was white, black and red and went so fast it could beatany bike before better gears arrived. It look like a bike out of the A Team van.
surgery in a third world after a week
after waiting a year in a first world country
best birthday / christmas pressie combined EVER
When I was six, my parents bought me an English soldier paratrooper uniform complete with pretend rifle.
This is significant only in that I lived just outside Belfast in the late 1960's and the estate was close to a large Catholic area.
Cripes Barkles did your mum and dad not like you...
Best Airfix 'Battle or Britain' set... A spitfire, a Hurricane; a Stuka 87 and a Messerschmidt 109 with groundcrew
Worst A trainset I wasn't allowed to play with until I was a 'big boy' (That'll be never then dad)
Flat Footed In a Pear Tree wrote (see)
Picture of Runnerman xmas 75 with new bike
I got a 6 month cat one year. He found me actualy. His owners kept him outside all the time - so cold his food froze. So he came and adopted me till the week before xmas I asked his owners if I could keep him. The were over the moon. Were going to have him put down as they did not want him! So now I have a very happy, rather thick, fat black cat who is lovely.
That and the batman car which fired 'real' rockets from the back. V cool.
Worst - a bottle of knock off Youth Dew perfume!!
...and you're still very little
Mine was my quilting program from Mike 2 years ago which enables me to design my own work, produce patterns and generally be creative without needing to colour in squares on graph paper.
As a child, probably the Girl's World aged about 7 or 8.
Stille Nam Heilige Nam wrote (see)
A beautiful huuuuge dolls house which my grandfather had build and it must have taken him months. With proper doors and windows that opened, proper ceiling lights, and the most beautiful furniture and flower baskets under the windows. At the time (I was about 8 or 9?) I thought it was a wonderful gift I loved playing with but it's only as I grew up that I appreciated it for the love and time invested to be up for hours and hours after I'd gone to bed building it.
Best one thus far, I reckon
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