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Vintage Mcdonalds Happy Meal Transformer toys Changeable Action Figure Food

Vintage Mcdonalds Happy Meal Transformer toys Changeable Action Figure Food

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  • Vintage item from the 1980s
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Here’s a history lesson for you Etsy kids: back in 1987 toys were flippin cool. They didn’t plug in, they didn’t log on, you couldn’t swipe or Grinder them but they could do ONE THING...they could transform.

We had robots that turned into dinosaurs, insects that turned into spaceships, cats that turned into dogs, Rueben sandwiches that turned into tax deductible seaside vacation getaways, beloved religious zealots that turned into sex criminals. In 1987 everything could transform into everything else. It was BAD ASS.

I’m super sad that you missed it. And now you are stuck with this sad globally warmed trash panda of a planet and all you have is toys that you frikkin have to DOWNLOAD to play with. You can’t even go to Toys R Us because it is GONE. there is no happiness left on this planet because of...I don’t know.... I’m blaming it all on Ricky Schroeder. It’s probably all his fault.

Anyway...You can possibly ... maybe ... recapture a teeny tiny bit of the wonderful feelings we got back then by purchasing these McDonalds Happy Meal Toys from 1988 (also known as the year that Transforming broke). They all have funny robot names that I am too lazy to google right now and are in pretty good shape. There’s a bit of paint loss to “FryZilla Queen of RoboStarch” or whatever the hell the thing’s name is. Other than that they are your only link to the outrageously awesome past that you are otherwise completely unable to access except through powerful hallucinogenics and we all know they are gonna shit that shiz down any day now. PREPARE FOR THE FUTURE!
Here’s a history lesson for you Etsy kids: back in 1987 toys were flippin cool. They didn’t plug in, they didn’t log on, you couldn’t swipe or Grinder them but they could do ONE THING...they could transform.

We had robots that turned into dinosaurs, insects that turned into spaceships, cats that turned into dogs, Rueben sandwiches that turned into tax deductible seaside vacation getaways, beloved religious zealots that turned into sex criminals. In 1987 everything could transform into everything else. It was BAD ASS.

I’m super sad that you missed it. And now you are stuck with this sad globally warmed trash panda of a planet and all you have is toys that you frikkin have to DOWNLOAD to play with. You can’t even go to Toys R Us because it is GONE. there is no happiness left on this planet because of...I don’t know.... I’m blaming it all on Ricky Schroeder. It’s probably all his fault.

Anyway...You can possibly ... maybe ... recapture a teeny tiny bit of the wonderful feelings we got back then by purchasing these McDonalds Happy Meal Toys from 1988 (also known as the year that Transforming broke). They all have funny robot names that I am too lazy to google right now and are in pretty good shape. There’s a bit of paint loss to “FryZilla Queen of RoboStarch” or whatever the hell the thing’s name is. Other than that they are your only link to the outrageously awesome past that you are otherwise completely unable to access except through powerful hallucinogenics and we all know they are gonna shit that shiz down any day now. PREPARE FOR THE FUTURE!

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