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5 Toys I Would Loved To Have

By Anissa Mayhew |

When I was a kid there was always something bigger, something better than what I had. My toys were never the newest thing (even though my mom stood for hours to get me a Cabbage Patch Doll) or the fanciest (which I showed I would take excellent care of by leaving my Barbie on the porch)during a tornado.

My childhood seemed to be one long exercise in wanting something else.

I kinda want to go back and slap the crap out of childhood me. Instead, it helps me better deal with the wants and whines of my own children.

And then I see these.

I become 5yo again.

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5 Toys I Would Loved To Have

The Adult Sized Big Wheel

Tell me you haven't looked at kids on the sidewalk and yearned for one again. For just $600 you can have your very own.
Photo Credit: Big Wheel Rally

Lead Photo Credit: Flickr/GViciano

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