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No One Can Possibly Forget About These Iconic McDonald’s Happy Meal Toys

It doesn’t matter in which part of the world you grew up—going to a McDonald’s was probably a big part of your childhood. Those trips to the famous fast-food chain restaurants were magical, but the fun trinkets you got to take home after having a tasty cheeseburger with crispy fries were the best part. Let’s go on a trip down memory lane and bring back the most iconic McDonald’s Happy Meal toys in history. Grab your tissues if you’re prone to feeling nostalgic!

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In the fall of 1998, Hasbro brought something new to the toy scene that revolutionized kid entertainment forever. It was a colorful, Mogwai-esque, nonsense-gabbling creature that every child would do anything to have. Can you guess which toy we’re talking about?

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If your answer was “Furbies,” then you’re right! Given the success of these weird-looking toys, McDonald’s introduced tiny plastic versions of them as Happy Meal trinkets in 1998. Their ears, eyes, toes, and beaks would move if you pressed a button on their backs. How adorable!

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