10 80s Toys You Always Wanted!


Whatever your reason’s maybe the very fact that you are here reading this page, means that you loved the 80s! Perhaps you grew up in what is let’s face the best decade of our Earth’s life so far. There are many reasons why it was the best decade from movies, to technological advancements and toys to trinkets. In this list we’ve chosen just 10 toys every 80s girls really wanted! Some were lucky enough to get them some weren’t but you always knew somebody who had it and the became your best friend! Girls toys

1. Glo Friends

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The Glo Friends is a television series based on the Glo Friends toyline, originally aired in 1986 as a segment of My Little Pony ‘n Friends, that only lasted one season (26 segments were made in total). My Little Pony aired the first 15 minutes, and the second half rotated among MoonDreamers, Potato Head Kids, and Glo Friends. The show was made by Sunbow Productions and Marvel Productions. It appeared on CBN Family Channel from 1989 to 1990, Family Channel from 1990 to 1995 during My Little Pony.

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The Glo Friends toyline, which preceded the television show, are small glow-in-the-dark toys in the shape of insects and other small creatures (including the original Glo Worm) that were made by Hasbro’s Playskool division in the mid-1980s (Glo Worm was introduced in 1982). Books were also made by Ladybird to accompany each Glo Friend.

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2. Girl’s World

 

3. Sweet Secrets

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Sweet Secrets was a toy introduced by Galoob in 1984 which transformed from jewelry, makeup and other girl-oriented objects to animals, girls with hair, and playsets. This was done by opening the object and unfolding the head, arms, and legs. The playsets included a jewelry box which transformed into a dollhouse, a play phone which transformed into a nursery, a comb which transformed into a bed, and a photo frame which transformed into a pool. In Fall 2007, Play Along Toys re-released the Sweet Secrets series; but instead of charms, they were tiny dolls that could fit into lipstick tubes and change purses.

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