Discussion in 'Transformers Toy Discussion' started by Toyzaremine, Apr 13, 2008.
And then he opens it and starts to cry.
makes me happy seeing stuff like that, few years back my son won Armada Prime at Botcon before it even hit the stores, he was pretty much the same way. The Hasbro People were loving every minute of it taking pics.
i was hoping to be tf megatron
At least he's running around hugging and thanking (what I would assume to be his parents). Really, from a lot of what I see of kids today, that's pretty damn rare. Hehe, glad somebody wants ultimate bumblebee that badly.
Haha, it drew a smile on my face, i still vaguely remember when I had those moments.
Great vid. Brings back a lot of happy memories. That feeling of getting exactly the toy you wanted for your birthday is just great.
Makes me want to be a kid all over again.
I agree. Though like someone else said, after opening it he'll probably be so disappointed he'll start to cry and kick his parents and then we'll have a whole new vid
I think my Heart grew three times right now.
made me smile big time.... that was cool
I can't stand screaming and hysterical kids, especially kids that are old enough to behave properly.
that was cute.
I lol'd at the "I've been waiting all my life for this! I've been waiting all my life for this!" Love to see kids get super excited about stuff. Of course, it will be a chore for him to transform that thing, but he'll have a blast.
Thats awesome. i remember stuff like that. I would get so excited. it was like all was well in the world
I agree with everyone else; even the part about UBB being lame. But yeah, it's awesome to see kids react that way to Transformers. I love how he LEAPS into his dad's arms
...he's behaving that way because he's happy and excited. It's not like he's having a tantrum or being a jackass like some kids
It's nice that the child is so happy, but think about what we're doing- are we training the next generation that material goods produce the most happiness?
Shhhhh.... Hasbro may hear you. They don't want us discussing their 80's marketing shenanigans ACTUALLY being some form of brainwashing that leads to buying more and more toys from a TV series (that we genetically pass along to our offspring).
I couldn't help but post a comment for that video (Dominaxx). People say the toy sucks. Chances are, the didn't read the instructions.
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