[lit-ideas] Re: Black Friday

Are you kidding?  My parents had me write their NAMES on them.  It was
absurd.  They're all in a garbage bag in the furnace room in the basement.
I have tons of them (over 75 I think).  Except I lost Baby Gusty when I let
a friend borrow her and then I never got her back.  The bitch.  Anyway,
those things are worth some $$ now so hang on to them.  I think the basic
protocol is that you have to hang on to them until you die.  Then they have
to take them back.

Erin



----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Ursula Stange" <Ursula@xxxxxxxxxx>
To: <lit-ideas@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Friday, November 26, 2004 10:23 PM
Subject: [lit-ideas] Re: Black Friday


> Erin,
> I've been trying to decide when is a good time to give these things back
> to the kids.   I have an attic full of My Little Pony (s) and micronauts
> and...da...da...da....     (Wouldn't allow a cabbage patch doll under
> the roof.)    Should I wait until the kids are married?   Or is owning a
> house enough?   What would you think if you were suddenly presented with
> these carefully saved tokens of childhood?   Don't know, of course, if
> your parents were the sort to keep these things....
> Ursula
> 200 miles north of toronto...
>
> Erin Holder wrote:
>
> >Reminds me of the Cabbage Patch Kids craze.  I seem to recall being
informed
> >that people would kill each other over those things back when they were
> >popular.  I couldn't vouch for that.  I was a My Little Pony kid
> >Erin
> >Toronto
> >
>
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