Amanda the Great by Amanda El-Dweek for October 07, 2022

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    stairsteppublishing  4 months ago

    Why can’t an adult have children toys? They were fun then, and still fun, relieve stress and if nothing else, may be valuable – monetarily.

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    seanfear  4 months ago

    ohhh would they grasp the idea of collectibles at this age? I still have my teenage mutant ninja turtles since 1990s …….. somewhere o_O

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    Comicsandcookies  4 months ago

    We were selling a couch years ago, and a lady and her small child were looking at it. The kid spotted my Nintendo and asked whose was that, having spotted no kids. I replied “mine” and he looked at me and proclaimed “Grownups don’t play Nintendo!” Not sure if I muttered yeah I’m not a grownup or you got that right (not a grownup)…. And I’m still not a grownup, nor a parent! MY toys! MY comics!

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    The Legend of Brandon Sawyer  4 months ago

    You’re defending yourself and the child questioning you? I’ve never seen that done before. It makes perfect sense but this is a first for me.

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    Perkycat  4 months ago

    You know you are old when you consider them dust collectors.

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    elizabethvshaffer  4 months ago

    I have kids AND I have lots of my own toys. <3 <3 <3

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    MissyTiger  4 months ago

    “A lot” does not mean “too many”!

    I would love to see the Willow Tree figurines share space with the “kid stuff”. ☺️

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    Janet Gamble Premium Member 4 months ago

    Those are museum pieces, honey…no touching! Save all annoying questions for the end of the tour!

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