What Was Your First Talking Toy?

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What Was Your First Talking Toy?

Ansley Ansley
My very first talking toy was a Mother Goose doll; you put tapes into her body underneath her wing and she would narrate all of the Mother Goose stories. I also had one of those talking robots that you slid the cards into his back, but I can't remember his name right off the top of my head.

What about you? What was your first talking toy? A see 'n say, perhaps?
09/26/2011
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Kindred Kindred
I think my first talking toy was "Mona the Love Doll" and she had a soundtrack of moaning sounds. Oh wait, that's not what you mean...

I think I'm too old to have had any talking toys that I can remember.
09/26/2011
Ansley Ansley
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Originally posted by Kindred
I think my first talking toy was "Mona the Love Doll" and she had a soundtrack of moaning sounds. Oh wait, that's not what you mean...

I think I'm too old to have had any talking toys that I can remember.
Oh, you! LOL We'll count her, then. I think I'd be totally creeped by a doll that moans.
09/26/2011
RuMaRo34 RuMaRo34
That bear, back in the 80's. Took tapes, also. I can't remember the name of it. Started with an R, I think. I'm getting old ;A;
09/26/2011
mandiegk mandiegk
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Originally posted by RuMaRo34
That bear, back in the 80's. Took tapes, also. I can't remember the name of it. Started with an R, I think. I'm getting old ;A;
Teddy Ruxpin. That was my first talking toy too. I loved that thing - that is how I learned to read.
09/26/2011
AngelvMaynard AngelvMaynard
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Originally posted by Ansley
My very first talking toy was a Mother Goose doll; you put tapes into her body underneath her wing and she would narrate all of the Mother Goose stories. I also had one of those talking robots that you slid the cards into his back, but I can't ...
Hahaha! When I read the title I was thinking talking sex toy! Like something that would talk dirty to you. That would be kinda cool
09/26/2011
indiglo indiglo
I was thinking talking sex toy too! LOL I didn't have many talking toys, but I did have a Chatty Cathy doll. She'd be worth a fair bit of money now, if I still had her. As she began to age, her voice began to wear out and slow down and she sounded pretty damn creepy when you'd pull her string!
09/26/2011
Jul!a Jul!a
After thinking long and hard, I'm not sure about anything before I got my Furbie. I found out much later in life that a lot of our toys were supposed to talk and make noise, but my mom never put the batteries in. Smart woman lol.
09/26/2011
RuMaRo34 RuMaRo34
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Originally posted by mandiegk
Teddy Ruxpin. That was my first talking toy too. I loved that thing - that is how I learned to read.
Yep that is it. Teddy Ruxpin.lol
09/26/2011
ss143 ss143
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Originally posted by mandiegk
Teddy Ruxpin. That was my first talking toy too. I loved that thing - that is how I learned to read.
lol mine too I had him until I was like 12 for sentimental reasons and them my brother smashed him
09/26/2011
Illumin8 Illumin8
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Originally posted by AngelvMaynard
Hahaha! When I read the title I was thinking talking sex toy! Like something that would talk dirty to you. That would be kinda cool
Haha That's exactly what I thought!
09/26/2011
js250 js250
Whew!! I was thinking I was getting shorted on the old vibrators! Mine was the Old Macdonalds Farm...you know, the cow says mooo, you had to pull the string and wait for the arrow to stop. Yeah, it's been awhile.
09/26/2011
Alan & Michele Alan & Michele
Ok, showing my age here: Mine was this butt-ugly doll called Mrs. Beasley. You pulled a string and she repeated the same handful of phrases over and over. I liked it for awhile, but it wasn't as fascinating as when I got a Baby Alive doll--- at least that one pooped fruit pudding and freaked out my mom

~M
09/27/2011
AngelvMaynard AngelvMaynard
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Originally posted by Alan & Michele
Ok, showing my age here: Mine was this butt-ugly doll called Mrs. Beasley. You pulled a string and she repeated the same handful of phrases over and over. I liked it for awhile, but it wasn't as fascinating as when I got a Baby Alive doll--- at ...
OMG!!! I had a Mrs. Beasley and a Baby Alive! Rember that nasty bagged food! Her insides got all clogged up with it and we had to throw her out. I loved my Mrs. Beasley doll and her old lady cute glasses that came off. What show was that from? My 3 sons? Now I have to google it.
It was Family Affair.
09/27/2011
Alan & Michele Alan & Michele
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Originally posted by AngelvMaynard
OMG!!! I had a Mrs. Beasley and a Baby Alive! Rember that nasty bagged food! Her insides got all clogged up with it and we had to throw her out. I loved my Mrs. Beasley doll and her old lady cute glasses that came off. What show was that from? My 3 ...
LOL! Well they were the "in" toys of their era so I think most of us had them. Oh yuck, yes I remember that food, and when I ran out of it I fed the doll applesauce, which my mom said is what clogged mine up. Since yours did it too though, I guess they were just destined to be constipated dolls right from the start (lol).
You know, I don't even think I ever saw Family Affair so now I'm wondering how I wound up with the doll! Usually these things came from seeing something on TV and then bugging mom crazy until she bought it
09/27/2011
B8trDude B8trDude
I've got a couple of pocket pussies that won't stop talking - they're in my latest review Faye Would be a Fave, if She Didn’t Stink
09/28/2011
DaniLynRose DaniLynRose
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Originally posted by Ansley
My very first talking toy was a Mother Goose doll; you put tapes into her body underneath her wing and she would narrate all of the Mother Goose stories. I also had one of those talking robots that you slid the cards into his back, but I can't ...
My First talking doll that I can remember would be a pull string talking Mrs. Beasley Doll..she had blonde hair, glasses, a blue dress with white polka dots.
09/28/2011
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