Nostalgia Game!

so how this game works is you have to give something and see if it makes the person below you nostalgic if that makes sense. i’ll start :blush:

baby annabelle lmao

I think I understand :joy:

If google is correct she came out in 1998 I was 3 :joy: I had her, her cot, nappies and accessories when I was old enough

The tweenies

yes, had a tweenies toy and everything!

barbie movies lmao

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my absolute favourite, and still to this day.

bratz dolls

omg I loved Bratz dolls. I had loads of the dolls.

Ipods (nano) :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

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i never used one lol

bratz movies

I’ve never seen them, I’m more of a Barbie movies girl :blush:

Disney Jr.? :banana::sparkles:

I watched that all the time. Especially Sofia the First.

The movie everyone forgot about (Planet 51)

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tracy beaker anyone? i’m british

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yessss :clap:t4::clap:t4:

to continue on the tracy beaker,

the dumping ground? (the older OG characters and series, not the new ones)

yep! elektra >>>

that weird ‘s’ thing everyone used to draw?

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enters the topic

Actually, I can’t remember this happening.

“Gee, Brain, what do you want to do tonight?”

Lelli Kelly shoes and go compare ads
(I’m British by the way)

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I’m American, never had em.
Bouncy balls?

I mean we had balls that bounced but they weren’t really a novelty. Google Lelli Kelly shoes ads, the song is so annoying. And google go compare ads and Barry Scott. Although they might seem boring compared to American ads.

The bouncy balls over here are cool, I loved them. You sit, then you bounce. I almost fell off twice. They weren’t the safest, so they had to recall and add handles.

Oh you mean space hoppers. As far as I know no one in the Uk calls them bouncy balls.

Yeah, those! In the USA we call them bouncy balls.

I never knew that. Does anyone ever call them space hoppers in the USA? It’s true what they say that the USA and UK are divided by the same language.

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