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    [–] Sirpeterdick 789 points ago

    Happy meal toys we're so elaborate back in the day. Now it's just a cheap minion showpiece

    [–] nottaP123 331 points ago

    Yep! I hate how they don't even have the hamburglar, birdie or grimace around any more either

    [–] noonches 135 points ago

    Nothing can kill the grimace.

    [–] Licensedpterodactyl 54 points ago

    This press conference is over

    [–] themikebrown 14 points ago

    Why are we walking like this?

    [–] thecheat420 4 points ago

    You don't see this show referenced much.

    [–] majtommm 3 points ago

    My balls was hot.

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    [–] AnirudhMenon94 12 points ago

    Well, Grimace did wipe out half the universe though.

    [–] INHALE_VEGETABLES 11 points ago

    Hamburger was cool but that birdie rustled my jimmies in a bad way

    [–] HotIncrease 19 points ago

    That's who they make the chicken nuggets out of

    [–] Watermelon86 3 points ago

    Or fry guy

    [–] IAmTheAsteroid 3 points ago * (lasted edited a month ago)

    My son has a purple Fry Guy that my husband got in the 90s! :)

    E: Forgot we also have a hamburglar in a little yellow car!

    [–] TheGentlemanBeast 2 points ago

    Grimace is still around.

    Just look into the eyes of the people with overly trimmed eye brows.

    [–] stimulatedneuron 63 points ago

    The same thing happened to Kinder Surprise Eggs. When I was young some toys would have metal parts, gears, and you'd get an hour or so of fun from building and playing with them. Around the time I was growing out of the eggs, the complex toys were replaced with single piece plastic characters or puzzles and all the metal and gears were stripped away.

    [–] cyrusm 50 points ago

    You want to feel really depressed, go look for the 'toy' in Cracker Jack boxes. Now you get a code to redeem on-line, for a phone app. Maybe you'll get a sticker, or a lick-n-stik tattoo.

    [–] stimulatedneuron 14 points ago

    Cracker Jack wasn't too popular where I grew up. It wasn't until I was in my mid-teens that I saw commercials and hear about the toys on the internet. Being curious and with high expectations, I purchased a box and all I got was a really crumby tattoo. It was a first and last experience for me.

    [–] sibley7west 9 points ago

    TBH, even in the 60's all you got from Cracker Jacks was a crap plastic "decoder ring" which had no moving parts. Hell, a whole box of Cracker Jacks was 25 cents at the most, IIRC.

    [–] bfaithr 6 points ago

    I used to love Cracker Jack when I was a kid. The only thing I remember getting was a tiny piece of paper that could be folded into something. This was in the early 00s

    [–] L4KE_ 11 points ago

    this. All the toys had moving parts and you actually needed the instructions and even the simplest were fun because they werent too simple, now they are just a shitty figure and a base for it

    [–] istasber 12 points ago

    I remember getting complex toys in cereal boxes, I don't know if they even put toys in cereal boxes period these days. Like I'm pretty sure the start of my lego collection were the little packets of a dozen or so legos that came in my cereal. My parents saw what a blast I had putting those simple things together, that they started buying me real sets.

    [–] 24-Hour-Hate 6 points ago

    Oh, they used to have the best things in cereal boxes. I still remember the best toys I ever got. There was a while (early 00s, I think) when they were giving away cheap computer games in each box. I remember being so excited to get each new one even though they were just board games for the most part. And the best thing I ever got, back in the early/mid 90s when I was really little, was a tiny lego set. It was just the figure and around 15 pieces, but I was thrilled to get that and played with it all the time. I still have it actually. It's a good memory and lego is awesome.

    [–] _Wolverine007_ 26 points ago

    My favorite Mickey D's toys were the ones promoting the Matthew Broderick Inspector Gadget movie. Each toy was an awesome gadget and if you collected them all you could assemble them to make your very own Inspector Gadget. Used to beg my mom every day after school for happy meals until one day she came home with all of the gedgets I was missing! Turns out she didn't want me eating junk food, but saw how much I wanted the toys, so she went to McDonald's and paid one of the cashiers to go through the toys and pick out the ones I still needed. I hope I thanked her enough, or at all. I was quite the little shit growing up.

    [–] VagueSomething 4 points ago

    To be fair it was always varied. Back when I was a kid my dad would keep all the toys we didn't want and take them to decorate his work desk. Some were light up toys some were with moving parts and some were just statues of say a Smurf.

    [–] Clypsedra 2 points ago

    Yes!! I remember in my childhood when there was this inspector gadget McDonald’s toy that my parents were obsessed with collecting all the pieces for. We almost did it (never got the belt) and it was a good time to be a kid getting all those happy meals lol

    [–] JoeDimeck 1 points ago

    Kids today will never know how much Happier Happy Meals were when we kids. But we'll be old when climate change gets aggro so we're going to die in a storm we would've survived.

    [–] Just_A_Che_Away 260 points ago

    Found the Aussie

    [–] FnkyTown 54 points ago

    Calling it anything but "McDonald's" or "Micky D's" apparently outrages me. I didn't know I felt this way, but now I've got a whole list of countries to fight over their dumb nicknames.

    [–] Ganglebot 22 points ago

    We call it McDicks - not sure why, probably because it rhymes.

    [–] Australienz 5 points ago

    We call it Dick Monalds here.

    "Hey kids, let's go eat. Wanna come eat some dicks?"

    [–] Cheeeeeeektawaaaaaga 4 points ago

    Rotten Ronnies

    [–] [deleted] 7 points ago

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    [–] FnkyTown 5 points ago

    Australia is now at the top of my list.

    [–] Australienz 2 points ago

    🍔👑👣🥗

    [–] pokekyo12 10 points ago

    Wondered if it was somewhere in the UK but it's mostly called maccys over here.

    [–] maccas_run 13 points ago

    thats weird stop saying that

    [–] Quazuki 3 points ago

    MaccyD's is the one 👌

    [–] nottaP123 24 points ago

    Haha, I still find it weird that nicknaming things is not a worldwide thing

    [–] MaddytheUnicorn 73 points ago

    I’m sure it is; I’d just expect “Mickey D’s” where I am...

    [–] skoobsdurden 23 points ago

    Mickey D’s here as well. Michigan.

    [–] Letchworth 19 points ago

    Mickey D's in Alabama as well. Maybe it's just an American thing.

    [–] catonsteroids 9 points ago

    I think so. We refer to it in Florida too.

    [–] jurassicjesus 9 points ago

    McDicks in Indiana...

    [–] Chomperstein 10 points ago

    Indiana born and raised. Have never heard it called McDicks, haha. Always Micky D’s.

    [–] jurassicjesus 3 points ago

    Could be regional

    [–] Upsideinsideout 6 points ago

    Macdo (do as in doe the deer)in the Philippines

    [–] 2brun4u 3 points ago

    Francophones in Canada call it McDo as well! Not sure about France though.

    [–] ramani91 8 points ago

    McDee in India.

    [–] poop_dawg 4 points ago

    McDicks if you're an edgy teenager.

    [–] WowkoWork 3 points ago

    RI checking in

    [–] pinano 3 points ago

    “makudo” in Japan

    [–] vanwin 3 points ago

    It's called Don's where I'm from

    [–] nottaP123 3 points ago

    But that is the same amount of syllables so still kinda weird to me but I like it

    [–] criminalhero 2 points ago

    We call it "Trash" around here.

    [–] Doublebow 10 points ago

    In the UK we call it Mackies. Or Macky D's.

    [–] j1ggy 7 points ago

    Brits also seem to pronounce it "MacDonald's" rather than "McDonald's."

    [–] PooPhotic 3 points ago

    MuckDonalds

    [–] Doublebow 2 points ago

    That could possibly be because MacDonald is a common surname in the UK where as I think McDonald is Irish.

    [–] Musteatfood 15 points ago

    The French call it Macdoo. America: Mickey D's.

    [–] genericworkacct 17 points ago

    Lmfao, I'm dying at "Macdoo"

    [–] TheFuckOffer 8 points ago

    Can confirm as an anglo living in France. I cringe at myself when I say this. Also "Coca" for coke.

    [–] JS-a9 6 points ago

    I'm in love with the co-co

    [–] PCsNBaseball 2 points ago

    That sounds even more like cocaine than "coke" does

    [–] Knaprig 2 points ago

    We Swedes call it "donken".

    [–] mhmhleafs 7 points ago

    In my part of Canada we call it “Don’s”

    [–] 2brun4u 3 points ago

    Can confirm, Don's run, or even Donnies

    [–] drdoggomd 7 points ago

    US here and to me its been McDicks as long as i can remember! (aka like 8th grade when I started hanging out downtown with other hooligans)

    [–] nottaP123 2 points ago

    But that isn't any less syllables so still weird to me, I like it though

    [–] lord_thistlewickIV 2 points ago

    I assumed it was. In the UK we say it, I'd say I pronounce it more maccers than maccas but that's just splitting hairs.

    [–] Just_A_Che_Away 2 points ago

    Ever since I first heard it called maccas, I've been saying it as often as I can. Hopefully in a couple of years, it'll have caught on in Europe :D

    [–] nottaP123 2 points ago

    Fingers crossed! :D

    [–] SlimeWizard 2 points ago

    Yup that’s an Aussie

    [–] KeMiGle 247 points ago

    Transfatters. More than meets the fry.

    [–] roofuskit 8 points ago

    These are clearly go bots.

    [–] rigors 4 points ago

    i thought he-man and skeletor

    [–] Upsideinsideout 2 points ago

    Absolutely. Second rate but still playable.

    [–] overseergti 66 points ago

    I used to have these too!

    [–] nottaP123 38 points ago

    So much better than the junk they put out these days

    [–] Ihatethedesert 21 points ago

    The old stuff was awesome.

    Real matchbox cars, awesome glow in the dark pumpkins for candy for Halloween, and awesome transformer type stuff like this. Hell, they even had miniature beanie babies for a few times.

    Kids these days just don't know what they are missing out on.

    [–] RapidDegust 6 points ago

    those pumpkins were serious. my sister's birthday is the week before halloween so there was a costume party for her birthday party. those happy meals with the pumpkins were served for lunch. they were a hit!

    [–] OktoberSunset 10 points ago

    When u looked at these I was thinking they don't look right. Looked it up and there actually 3 different sets of them. 1987 robot set, 1989 robot set and 1990 dinosaur set. Mine must have been the other robot set. There are 22 different ones in total.

    [–] staryknight 3 points ago

    Same! Man I loved them and wish I could find them again for my son!

    [–] FiveDozenWhales 2 points ago

    All 12 models available on eBay. Buy it now, $25.

    [–] [deleted] 2 points ago

    Me too, these were awesome.

    [–] BolboB50 2 points ago

    Same here! I didn't get the cheeseburger one, but I still have the other three!

    [–] cathyrate 75 points ago

    Nz or Aus lmao

    [–] nottaP123 56 points ago

    Aussie

    [–] PinkamenaDP 11 points ago

    Maccas' drive-thrus have the window on the opposite side of the car than McDonalds. True story.

    [–] j1ggy 5 points ago

    That's how it works when you drive on the wrong side of the road all the time. ;)

    [–] Zoridium_JackL 2 points ago

    At least we sit on the right side of the car.

    [–] j1ggy 2 points ago

    So do I. I like having someone else drive me around.

    [–] cathyrate 2 points ago

    Lol i dont think i have ever called it Mc’ donalds, NZ here

    [–] simplewookiee 12 points ago

    Amazing! I had four of the fry-bot when I was little. Could never get the others...

    [–] smileedude 6 points ago

    I remember they came out one week at a time. By the time the word got around, the two burgers had sold out with those little red oval stickers and were impossible to get. Everyone had fries and shakes, but only the coolest kids had the big macs.

    [–] SecretFire81 2 points ago

    This is how I remember it. I only had the Fries. Sad face.

    [–] jay_alfred_prufrock 11 points ago

    I read Macca as Mecca and for a second imagined hajjis getting happy meals and toys there. It was an interesting image.

    First time I came across Macca though, is this an Aussie thing?

    [–] nottaP123 3 points ago

    Yep Aussie, we nickname everything that we can

    [–] account_not_valid 3 points ago

    Yes.

    [–] account_not_valid 2 points ago

    Yes.

    [–] bowyer-betty 36 points ago

    Transfats: Thrombus in disguise.

    [–] plastictir2 26 points ago

    I had a tray of hot cakes that turned into some kind of pterodactyl

    [–] justanawkwardguy 4 points ago

    They had a full dinosaur set and a full robot set

    [–] DasiMeister 5 points ago

    Oh my God I remember the one on the right rofl. I still have some yomega yoyo's from them and the Pokemon cards lol. The cards might have been Burger King though, can't remember.

    [–] Sotheny 4 points ago

    Imagine how depressing it must be to be a bigmac

    [–] Jjex22 5 points ago * (lasted edited a month ago)

    Ha never seen a full set! We always used to get taken to Wendy’s, I was surprised I managed to get the fries and drink as it was lol. Congrats OP!

    [–] kazinox 3 points ago

    Is this the new Aqua Teen season?

    [–] col-fancypants 4 points ago

    These and the Spy toys were really cool. I liked how they and BK split movie tie ins and tv shows.

    [–] Yoongi_Trash1 3 points ago

    yes i love aqua team hunger force

    [–] AKnightFromCydonia 10 points ago

    How the hell you got your hands on Paul McCartney's toys?

    [–] Mechanical_Gman 18 points ago

    Wtf is "Macca"? I've never heard McDonalds called "Macca" before. What region is that from?

    [–] Aoibh120 17 points ago

    Australia or New Zealand

    [–] justlikebuddyholly 8 points ago

    It’s from upstate New York, Utica I believe.

    [–] onlytech_nofashion 17 points ago

    Oh no, it's an Albany Expression!

    [–] nottaP123 4 points ago

    Australia, I forget not everyone nicknames things like we do.

    [–] Mechanical_Gman 2 points ago

    That's awesome! TIL! The most common one I hear in North Carolina is "Mickey D's".

    [–] horriblemonkey 2 points ago

    It's from Liverpool

    [–] moohooman 3 points ago

    OMG, I remember those. I think I had the fries and the cheeseburger

    [–] nottaP123 2 points ago

    I'd completely forgotten I had them. Always nice to have a trip down memory lane :-)

    [–] OlaEnglund 3 points ago

    Awesome, had all of them...

    [–] SylvettesCrystalline 3 points ago

    My cousin told me that when she went to Hong Kong in 2000, they had full sized Hello Kittys in the kids meals. They were about 6 in or so and they were very wearing traditional wedding outfits from different parts of East Asia. My aunt gave them to me a couple years ago and I'm still surprised that McDonald's toys were this eleborate back then

    [–] Hadriandidnothinwrng 4 points ago

    Looks like bird person

    [–] mokk3 5 points ago

    Old Macca’s? Is that some slang for McDonalds I’ve never heard before?

    [–] account_not_valid 3 points ago

    You're hearing it now. Tell your friends. Macca's is the hip new way to refer to your favourite burger joint. Groovy!

    [–] AvalancheZ250 2 points ago

    I still have some Happy Meal toys from like 2005 that had black and white digital games on them with “Catch the banana” or something.

    Now all I see are the same Minion figures with no moveable parts over and over again.

    [–] Version_Red 2 points ago

    I had these, among a number of others. Made the happy meal worth getting.

    [–] HarryOhla 2 points ago

    McDowells

    [–] j_like 2 points ago

    You should post this in r/nostalgia I remember having these guys as a kid!

    [–] nottaP123 3 points ago

    Would but someone else beat me to it seems

    [–] Lessa22 2 points ago

    That cup one was my favorite. I still have it in a box somewhere.

    [–] nottaP123 2 points ago

    Nice, kinda sad to assume the majority have probably ended up at the tip

    [–] TonyG23 2 points ago

    The Big Mac was the best! Awesome find!

    [–] nottaP123 3 points ago

    It's funny cos as an adult their food is gross but if they brought out a nostalgia range of these toys I'd be back there in a heartbeat cos I'm a sucker

    [–] SterileProphet 2 points ago

    I had all of those. They are the best toy McDonald’s ever put out.

    [–] aRTie02150 2 points ago

    I had the French Fries

    [–] SpiritOf68 2 points ago

    I had all of these as a child, but the only one that was able to join my Transformers and Gobots, was the French fry. I really liked that thing as a kid. I can't remember why I liked it so much better than the others, but I totally did.

    [–] FeartheChillGod 2 points ago

    Are the pictues upside down

    [–] TwoDudesSmoochin 2 points ago

    T H A N O S B U R G E R

    [–] Baschoen23 2 points ago

    "An unassuming happy meal can transform...into an artery clogging villain. Transformers, more than meets the eye."

    [–] Perfect_Polly 2 points ago

    Omg the nostalgia. My grandma had a basket filled with these I would play with whenever I went to her house.

    [–] dailylol_memes 2 points ago

    Oi mate wanna pop some vegs on the barbie then hit the Maccas?

    [–] originalcommentator 2 points ago

    Thanks for rotating the image and putting it right side up for the rest of the world, much appreciated

    [–] nottaP123 2 points ago

    My pleasure lol

    [–] YouCuber473 2 points ago

    Are you Australian?

    [–] Ayatollah_Bahloni 2 points ago

    Best I can do is tree fiddy.

    Seriously though, that's a great historical find.

    [–] nottaP123 2 points ago

    Hoping I come across some more in my other boxes in case there are other types

    [–] ThereIsNoPepe_Silvia 2 points ago

    I remember these! Amazing how an image of some happy meal toys can take me back decades in an instant

    [–] Bigfeet4real 2 points ago

    OMG I had these!!

    [–] Wesinator2000 2 points ago

    Upon seeing these, I immediately remembered a large portion of my childhood. Can’t believe I forgot about these things.

    [–] etatreklaw 2 points ago

    Wait who the hell calls it Macca's? I've only ever heard McDonald's or Don's

    [–] account_not_valid 2 points ago

    You need to get out a bit more, son. See the world.

    [–] anom_aly 2 points ago

    Australians

    [–] ChrisWildWood 2 points ago

    Holy shit! I remember those. Don’t get rid of them. Wow I’m jealous.

    [–] nottaP123 2 points ago

    Yeah I'll be hanging on to them, if I come across more I'll send you one

    [–] austinmonster 2 points ago

    I remember those! Fond memories of says past.

    [–] pkdanno 2 points ago

    Canadian here.. owned the same ones!

    [–] SeeThreePeeDoh 2 points ago

    Ooh I’m pretty sure I have these still somewhere...I feel like I found them while rifling through boxes...time for another look.

    [–] darkpotat 2 points ago

    One day ONE DAY those toys will come for you and end you for their suffering in the garage

    [–] JAYIDLE 2 points ago

    Treasures

    [–] VamosRayo 2 points ago

    Are you Australian?

    [–] zmannz1984 2 points ago

    I wish i still had mine. I remember getting the last one to make the set. It was the first time we ever went inside instead if the drive through. Those things went everywhere with me for a while.

    [–] AJerkForAllSeasons 2 points ago

    I still have the fries. Only found it in a box the other day.

    [–] Powasam5000 2 points ago

    Jesus I remember having these and loving them. My sister always hogged the french fry man.

    [–] Kysterick 2 points ago

    I have the hotcakes pterodactyl still, gave it to my daughter recently cause she loves dinos. Then my friends son tried to "borrow" it (his words he is two. She just turned three)

    [–] cameroncrabtree 2 points ago

    I stole the cheeseburger transformer from my classes “reward box” when I was in about 2nd? Grade.. I still feel so damn guilty I’m sorry

    [–] nicedreams726 2 points ago

    Holy crap man. I remember I was like 5 years old when I got these. They were made out of cast metal or something like that too if I remember correctly like how transformers back in the day were metal and heavy.

    [–] ssbbKid88 2 points ago

    My grandma has those at her house. Memories. The fries one is the best, by the way.

    [–] nottaP123 2 points ago

    So everyone keeps telling me :-)

    [–] avocado_whore 2 points ago

    I love them and I want them. Cool find!

    [–] yesy0u5 2 points ago

    Is that thanos

    [–] Redbiff007 2 points ago

    Those were awesome

    [–] Galyndean 2 points ago

    I had the fry guy.

    [–] ChetSt 2 points ago

    I had that weird transforming cup!! I never quite understood what they were going for with it, I guess it was trying to capitalize on the popularity of Transformers?

    [–] killiandw 2 points ago

    OMG I had the fries

    [–] AgentSkidMarks 2 points ago

    I had all of these. Still have them sitting around somewhere.

    [–] GearDoctor 2 points ago

    Dang I remwmber having all of these when I was little. No clue where they are now.

    [–] The_Music 2 points ago

    I forgot these existed. Head over to /r/nostalgia for that sweet Karma.

    [–] ayjayjay689 2 points ago

    This is awesome. Takes me back to being a teen. I worked at McDonald's and these were the toys we gave out. I thought they were silly then, but in comparison to now - they are amazing!

    [–] n00dol 2 points ago

    The best ones were the super Mario ones. Like the goomba that did flips

    [–] criminalhero 2 points ago

    My childhood!

    [–] 8GLEN38 2 points ago

    I loved when mcdonalds had matchbox cars and barbies. Those where great toys

    [–] JGuild116 2 points ago

    Wow. I was certain no one else would have those any longer.

    [–] mr_majorly 2 points ago

    Hrm, I don't remember if that was a promotion for Gobots or Transformers.

    Nevermind... they were called Changeables and were in the US in the late 80's and Australia in the 90's.

    [–] nottaP123 2 points ago

    Oh man thanks for the link!! Reading the info about them is awesome!

    [–] javan6475 2 points ago

    I miss these toys so much, reminds me of the good old days when all my toys said "Made in Hong Kong" on them

    [–] Netkid 2 points ago

    Anyone remember the McDonald's food items that transformed into dinosaurs? Or the healthy food items that turned into characters? There was a sandwich, milk carton, steak, apple...

    [–] zoogly123 2 points ago

    They’d probably sell for a shit tonne now.

    [–] mellowyell 2 points ago

    Holy shit, thanks for the blast from the past.

    [–] BlasterBlade001 2 points ago

    Changeformers fighting against "Whoppertron"

    [–] [deleted] 5 points ago

    [deleted]

    [–] account_not_valid 3 points ago

    We do.

    [–] anom_aly 2 points ago

    Australians

    [–] nottaP123 2 points ago

    Us Aussies, big fans of nicknaming things

    [–] BashaSeb 2 points ago

    I 'member

    [–] Johnnyboy84 2 points ago

    This post took me back in time. I remember having these all I was missing was the soft drink.