Weekend Soiree#66: A game of comment interaction


The game is easy! I will ask a question. The first person who comments will answer my question, and will leave a question for the next person to answer. This next person will answer that question, and leave a question for the next next person to answer. I am sure you get it!

To make things more fun, the questions have to reflect the chosen theme. For example, if the theme is HOBBIES, all questions should relate to that topic. What childhood hobby of yours do you wish you could go back to? Are your more inclined to have outdoor or indoor hobbies? As much as possible, let’s not repeat the questions for added fun! You are welcome to play more than once.

Let’s bring out the kid in us with our 66th weekend soiree!

The theme: TOYS

The question: What toy were you most fond of when you were a kid?

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12 Comments on Weekend Soiree#66: A game of comment interaction

  1. Daniel
    June 13, 2009 at 11:30 am (15 years ago)

    LEGOs all the way!

    what’s the most precious toy you ever received when you were a kid? and from whom?

  2. Rach (Heart of Rachel)
    June 13, 2009 at 11:44 am (15 years ago)

    A holly hobby doll from my aunt. I always slept with it.

    Q: Do you still buy toys for yourself occasionally?

    Rach (Heart of Rachel)s last blog post..Aloha Friday #72

  3. Anne
    June 13, 2009 at 12:37 pm (15 years ago)

    Q:What were your favorite DIY/MIY (make it yourself) toys during childhood?
    A:KITE! I was really boy-ish growing up and making kites with broken glass incorporated on the string ws my fave DIY/MIY toy during my childhood years.

    my question: How do you pick a toy for your kids/niece/nephew/ or any kid whom to give presents to?

    Annes last blog post..Blogspot fail ME—HELP!!!!

  4. gene
    June 13, 2009 at 2:10 pm (15 years ago)

    How do you pick a toy for your kids/niece/nephew/ or any kid whom to give presents to?

    A: Something educational is always my first option. If not that, I always ask the parents about the child’s preferences.
    – – –

    Q: Was there ever a toy that you hate receiving?

    genes last blog post..Fear vs. Faith

  5. BabyPink
    June 13, 2009 at 3:43 pm (15 years ago)

    Q: Was there ever a toy that you hate receiving?

    Yes, that’d be Barbie. I was a kid who preferred books over toys. But, another reason is that when I was 6 years old, I played with my older cousin’s Barbie doll and I accidentally pulled its head off its neck. That freaked me out and I never wanted to touch Barbie dolls again. Hehehe:)

    Q: Was there a toy that you always wanted to have as a kid, but never got?

    BabyPinks last blog post..Pouring rain…

  6. CandyQ
    June 13, 2009 at 3:52 pm (15 years ago)

    Yes, I always wanted to have a dollhouse complete with miniature furniture and dolls. I still might get myself one eventually. :-)

    Have you kept any of your toys from childhood?

    CandyQs last blog post..Alone time

  7. Patricia
    June 14, 2009 at 2:54 pm (15 years ago)

    yes! I’ve kept it for so long I don’t even remember where I’ve kept it. But surely I’ll remember where I’d put it.. haha. I still remember those teddy bears and the “my first sony” toy I had… haha.. it’s still with me but I am sort of “preserving” it for future use.. haha.
    Q: What is your all time favorite toy that even up to now you still would want to play it?

  8. Badet
    June 14, 2009 at 5:54 pm (15 years ago)

    I still love board games such as Scrabble, Millionaire’s Game and Cluedo. Even though my Nintendo’s are all junk, I still miss playing Super Mario and other Nintendo games, good thing I can play with them using my PSP. :)

    Q: What is the most expensive toy you have received? Did you keep it?

  9. Happy Thoughts
    June 14, 2009 at 7:11 pm (15 years ago)

    I remember it was a doll that sang, walked, and was as tall as me. I took good care of it and it was always displayed in our living room but now I don’t have any idea where it is. We moved to the metro and maybe it was given away already.

    If you can afford buy your child (or future child) only one kind of toy what would it be?

  10. daniel
    June 17, 2009 at 8:07 pm (15 years ago)

    whether it’s a boy or a girl, i’d still go with LEGO. there’s something in that toy that makes them want to create things and imagine. those innocent blocks that they tinker with make them think early on. once that’s developed in them, they’ll carry it on until they grow up.

    that’s a good thing!

    my question: do toy guns, swords, action figures, war vehicles serve any purpose in a child’s growth and development?

  11. abbee
    June 19, 2009 at 9:59 pm (15 years ago)

    What a tough question! Maybe they still can! For me, personally, I’m a girl, but I played a whole lot with those while I was a kid! Tonka trucks, Transformers & GI Joe action figures, crazy video games like Star Force & Top Gun, & backyard war games with the boys, among other things! I still play Warbook & Warcraft 3 by my lonesome (i.e., on skirmish) & Tekken 5DR or 6BR for some reason. Maybe I took after my dad, who was in the military & had to make do with weaponry & stratagem & aviation & survival. War games taught me a lot of things. Think The Art of War by Sun Tzu.

    Now my question is, if there’s this one toy that you can still play up to this very day, what would that be?

    abbees last blog post..summer solstice 2009


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