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Do You Remember Playing With These As A Kid? Because You Wouldn't Recognize Them Now

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Being a kid in the 90s meant that we had a lot of awesome clothes, the best Disney movies, and the very best toys. While all the boys were playing with their Mighty Max figures, basically every girl had their own Polly Pocket.

Polly Pocket was amazing. She was such a simple concept that somehow managed to make us all use our imaginations.

All they were was the little figures that only moved in one way:

And the case that was usually based around a theme:

Polly wasn't a complicated or elaborate toy, but for some reason she still captivated us all.

There were so many different styles of Polly Pocket cases to choose from, it was hard to pick your favorite. Do any of these look familiar to you?

How about a Hollywood themed theater?

Or one with a cute little tent?

Did you ever have the vintage school house set?

Or one of the sets that folded completely flat?

No matter which one you had, they were awesome. Nowadays, Polly Pocket is hardly even recognizable...

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