Toys of the Eighties, My Little Pony
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Plastic ponies about 4 inches in height, you could braid their tails. The pony's came in many versions, you had your regular ponies, the jewel-eye ponies, the flutterponies, (smaller, hummingbird-like ponies that were a real rip-off because their flimsy wings would fall off)the ponies with the long tails, and I think there were even scratch n' sniff ponies. Then you had your handy pony carrying case, which had the pink "Dream Castle" house on the outside. It was big enough to hold about 12-20 ponies. You could also buy the friend "Megan," and the furballs (little Popple like guys that would roll around)
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Thomas Dickensheets - September 04, 2007 - Report this comment
My Little Pony are bacK! Hasbo are making them.
bex - November 27, 2013 - Report this comment
There were also heat sensitive ponies and male ponird too :)
Kay - August 01, 2018 - Report this comment
The originals (G1) were sweet, innocent, and charming, and had the long face of EQUIDS. The new ones are generic and forgettable. They look like manga-fied anthropomorphic deer.

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