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Poll: What was your child’s favorite toy when they were little?
  • 25.1% - a box 213
  • 17.4% - your car keys 148
  • 1.3% - a hairbrush 11
  • 4.8% - a wooden spoon 41
  • 45.7% - an actual toy 388
  • 5.7% - Other (specify in the comments) 48
849 votes

Well, how do you fare compared to the Zeitgeist? Chat up your fellow wooters and let us know how lame this poll was or what obvious choices we missed. For example: Was this poll a) STUPID, b) DUMB, c) POINTLESS or d) ALL OF THE ABOVE?

BlackCreekBearTRP1


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Paint, and crayons

Miquela


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Plastic water bottles. Preferably only partially full.

bacalum


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Miquela wrote:Plastic water bottles. Preferably only partially full.



Squirt guns should have been one of the choices. I preferred my "Junior Nuclear Scientist" kit.

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dcphotos


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Sizzlers and hot Wheels.

rudavis


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Saucepan lids, which he taught himself to spin with great precision around 6 months of age, and still does daily at 2.5. Noisy passtime!

starmomma


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He's all about opening and closing doors. Why did I bother buying toys again?

hcsencsi


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We don't have kids, but I loved a refrigerator box when I was a kid. It could be so many things.

Booger Face

RWoodward


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It would be a toss-up between Legos and Barbie. Shadows of things to come. She now makes her living creating and decorating spaces.

hood1953


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z-bots my son always had a pocket full of z-bots

PyxienTX


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My daughter loved to make forts in the house. She would use anything. Blankets, sheets, towels, brooms, chairs, etc...

cosmo73


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Remote control and phone

fuzzypeaches


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His bicycle. He could ride without training wheels when he was about 3 1/2 years old. People were amazed at him. He's 18 now & still rides at least 4 or 5 times a week. He has 4 bikes.
He also liked Legos (still have his tub of about 2000 pieces) & his Thomas the Tank engine track pieces & trains. He still has that set too & sets it up around a small table top Christmas that we have.

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kruegs95


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My daughter loved an empty 20oz water bottled with a penny inside. When she was under a year old we could have gotten away with this as our only toy in the house and she would have been fine with it.

ONESLIDER


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The ONLY toy I had was used popsicle sticks. I'd sharpen them on the sidewalk, then use them to hunt squirrels, which we had for dinner.

alisongraser


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Shoes.

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AmusedOne


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Her feet!
Of course at 20 weeks this is her best amusement other than laughing at other kids crying at daycare...

heitouma


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my phone

barbiegram


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Her baby doll named Holly.

naral


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Hello Kitty toys