I do remember this now... wow... I had a couple madballs.
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This is ridiculous horror beyond any and all justification. This really existed? Fuck a bag of dicks. FUCK THEM IN THE DICKASS.
Oh my god, I remember Madballs. Even back then I knew to stay away.
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When I was a child, I was a big fan of Madballs. I had never seen this cartoon before today, but I'm certain that if I had seen it as a child I would not have been a fan of Madballs anymore.
we need a "Horrible Cartoon Infinity" tag.
Also, how are they balls if they have arms and legs?
Also, Wow, this is really horrible. It deserves every tag that it has.
All the mad, blind teenagers who are fetishizing the Eighties should be forced to watch this and play the C64 game while listening to NKOTB as newly-empowered chicks in legwarmers with huge, huge hair and flourescent green Nike sports jackets pelt them with freshly-minted AIDS while bouncing on Trim-Balls.
Seriously, those of us that lived it barely made it out. And we're never going back, NEVER.
You know, the 80's were great when it was around. We had our fun with it, and we are all stronger people for having lived through the whole mess. However, the 80's hasn't aged well at all, and NOBODY would like it if it was to actually come back.
At least they weren't the 70's or, God forbid, the 50's.
They're bringing the Madballs back, you know. ...Strawberry Shortcake too. And check out Holly Hobby's before and after pics. (All probably straight to video, and not worth posting).
This video originally was free with MadBalls proofs of purchase. I know because.........I GOT ONE, PLEASE FORGIVE ME.
I really dug MadBalls when I was a kid, I just liked the idea of these gory, ugly rubber balls. Anyway, yeah..this video was a kick in the face. It's not like I was expecting something amazing, but jesus.
They were sort of released at the same time as Boggles. I remember there were three classes of MadBalls: Poor Kid, Middle Class Kid, and Rich Kid.
The poor kid ones were a few bucks and were the size of gumballs. The middle ones were the standard and the most popular. There were a larger variety of soccer sized madballs that nobody got except the kids who also had inflatable BattleCats and every nintendo game.
you can come over and play with my madballs. :(
My dad sculpted the original Madballs. You could hear his eyes roll back into his head when he saw this cartoon.
what? explain the madball sculpting.
The original Madball designs were sent to him, and he sculpted the toys, and made the molds and castings to mass produce them for the branch-off of American Greetings that was producing the toys. If they weren't bought outright by the company, he could likely make money off ebaying the original sculpts. He's now the sculptor for all the Steve Irwin and Family toys. I had a real toy-tasitic childhood.
Awesome! I had the purple one that initiates the goofy chromium office toy parody at the beginning.
Yeah that is cool. That must have been a fun dad to have around.
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