Anyone want to play swapsies?
Do the packs still have bubblegum in them?
Star Wars of course was my thing.
Ooh dear I feel a bit tearful now.
Yes the Panini ones are worth money if they are complete and of the right vintage.
So much stuff i collected as a kid is worth money now.
Ironically I collected them because we had no money and they were cheap amusement.
No Ms Kat the are all gone.
Lost in time like "tears in the rain"
Gawd i'm such a geek, if someone was to offer me a millenium falcon right now I would actually think about it more than twice then get all upset because i really wanted one as a kid.
The surprising thing is i wont die a virgin.
This thread is in danger of being derailed into a ''I wish I still had that toy from when I were a nipper'' discussion...
...back on topic...
Got... got... got... got... got... got... got... got... NEED!
Sorry.. I have no idea what stickers you are talking about, but my kids aren't collecting them anyway... in terms of classic toys, this was my pride and joy.. a metal Tonka truck.. sadly, they are all plastic now...
DV - Now you're talking. It was a toss-up between (blonde, eagle-eye) Action Man and the Tonka truck. They literally don't make them like they used to. (Probably on health & safety grounds!)
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