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Sticklebricks

Sticklebricks were the poor mans Lego! In slightly off-colour shades these little bricks were pointless but fun. You couldn't stack too many up though because the tower would start to bend. If you got Play-doh or plasticine within a 5 mile radius these bricks would get all clogged up and useless. The only true use I ever found for them was as a very small hair comb!


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Sticklebricks Last post by darren
27 February 2012

Do You Remember Sticklebricks?

Do You Remember Sticklebricks?

  • Anonymous user
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    All over the floor! Ideal for building a model of Bertha, aged six. Green, and everything.
  • Anonymous user
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    great for kids co-ordination and lets face it they're imagination is endless....painful when you stand on them!!!!
  • Anonymous user
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    I liked making faces sticking the little round ones on the long green ones. Completely useless really.
  • PJ
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    aww stickle bricks what a brilliant toy and i had many many that i managed to stuff plasticine in to AHhh the memory's come flooding back
  • Anonymous user
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    I like to play with these, we use to have a bucket full in my first grade class.
  • Anonymous user
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    Loved these to, spent many a happy hour building, as do my kids today they had a small bucket full, last Christmas.
  • Anonymous user
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    One of my classes in my earlier schoolyears had these, except we called them bristleblocks. Or is that a separate but similar product? No matter the name, these were popular. Many spacecraft, swords, and guns were made.
  • Anonymous user
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    Standing on them barefoot...OUCH!!!
  • Anonymous user
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    Sticklebrick underpants!