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15 Toys That Were An Essential Part Of Every '90s Kid's Christmas List

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It wasn't a toy, but circling everything you wanted when this bad boy came in the mail was part of the experience.

Whether you were a guy or a girl, everyone wanted a Power Wheels jeep.

Fisher Price

Can I just get, like, a garbage bag full of POGS?


Toys R Us was every kid's dream, especially if you liked Nintendo.

Toys R Us

An Easy-Bake Oven, for all the delicious treats.


Christmas albums. All the Christmas albums.


Now you can play your favorite Nintendo games anywhere, AND IN COLOR!


Didn't want any of these? Pretty sure we've got you covered with the rest of the list...

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