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Living the dream

Discussion in 'The Lounge - Off Topic' started by ffreeloader, May 3, 2008.

  1. ffreeloader

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  2. sunn

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    Someone has way too much time :blink
     
  3. ffreeloader

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    LOL. I don't know if you guys had Big Wheels over there, but they were huge here. My stepson wore out 3 of them. He would flat spot the wheels by spinning it out and sliding the rear wheels. He wore out a front wheel too.

    I can see where some kid would grow up wishing he had a big wheel with a motor on it because they were the ultimate little kids hot rod, and it seems this kid fulfilled his dream....
     
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    Actually, they make little cycles and cars with motors on them for the little kids now. I went for a walk through my neighborhood on Christmas day and saw a few of them.

    Actually, the non-motorized versions are probably better for kids since they help promote exercise (something kids seem to get less and less of these days), but I can see how a kid would dream of growing up and getting one of those. :wink:
     
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  5. sunn

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    Yeah, we had them too.
    If I remember right, the 'Green Machine' was really popular, but I had a Flinstones one (that broke after some rugged use), and a Spider-Man one that had the same fate. Actually, a lot of my toys suffered the same fate :blink
     

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