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Stopheles - 2009-01-09
I ate at least two Kenner Stretch toys (one Armstrong, one Monster) as a kid.
cognitivedissonance - 2009-01-09
I liked Wacky Wall Walkers only slightly more. The "toys that stick to the wall or stretch" thing seems not to have survived video games.

Lurchi - 2009-01-09
The red gel within was corn syrup based, and therefore sweet. Mmmm.
Stopheles - 2009-01-09
Was it ever. Forgive the self-linking: http://retrocrush.buzznet.com/archive2/stretch/

revdrew - 2009-01-09
Freak. All I ever did was chew the face off of my brother's Skeletor.

Timothy A. Bear - 2009-01-09
Thoroughly enjoyed your self-link.

simon666 - 2009-01-09
A friend and I managed to tear the arms off Stretch Armstrong. We were quite proud.
HankFinch - 2009-01-10
Did anyone actually have an unbroken one after the first day?

Master Ti Ri-Chi - 2009-01-09
I had the Stretch X-Ray, which had a clear body and a plastic piece inside made to look like colored guts.

Yes, he was also filled with syrup but clear like plain corn syrup not colored

El Zapatista - 2009-01-09
I guess I never realized that Stretch Armstrong was a hero, and so needed an enemy. I suppose he got a pretty good one, all things considered.
boba. - 2009-01-09
man, in the 70s even kids tv commercials had analog horror movie synth
Old_Zircon - 2016-06-02
Gets really dark there from 0:22 - 0:23
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