I remember playing this during after-school care in Park Ridge. It made the place look like a juvenile casino.
Ah yes. Like Marbles crossed with beanie babies or those stickers that come out of vending machines at the super market. Serious business.
Whatevs, whatevs, I still play POGs.
OUCH MY EYE
We used to get into knife fights over these things. Then Satan overtook our bodies and they banned the sport.
I hated those things! They were everywhere! It just looks like a bunch of kids having tantrums and throwing their toys down. My cousin used to collect them, but she never played with them. Total waste of her mother's hard-earned money.
1) I totally played this2) i had a hologram slammer of the Jester face that guy carries on the green POG board3) POG boards?4) Banned at my school 'cause it was considered gambling5) POG isnt a sport, of any decade6) POG shops lol how they doin' now?7) POG
8) Several thousand dollars for a "Milk Cap"? I got some ENRON stock you might want to look at too.
"This is the game of the 90s."If I had a dollar for everytime I heard that....
You ever seen the designs on those pogs?Psychedelics, Magic mushrooms, 8 balls, sexual innuendo hardcore...I remember I always made sure to buy a handfull of the most bizarre and inappropriate looking pogs so I could sit in my room and be entertained by how goofy and heehee teehee ohh hoho oh how naughty they was!I think I had one slammer that had a holographic warning to all kids on it: "This sport was invented by pedophiles."
It's still better than Silly Bands.
Yep. As soon as one of our fat, bitchy, female teachers waddled over to see what us kids were huddling around, pogs were banned. Typical.So we went back to scorching our asses on the bright, shiny slide. Jumping off the swings. Falling down and scraping our knees playing handball. Getting the wind knocked out of us by catching a soccerball to the chest. And throwing fistfulls of sand at each other when we got upset.But thank God they banned pogs. They could have been trouble.
Along with Pokemon, Beanie Babies and Yo-Yos, I got sucked into so many stupid fads as a kid in the '90s. Kids these days don't really have things like this (correct me if I'm wrong) so they're lucky.
i could have been a ten year old professional, now i have my whole life ahead of me.
I still have an "O.J. in the Slammer" Pog slammer some kid left at my store. Nothing celebrates murder like kitching it up 90's style.p.s. Inside out is wiggida wiggida wack.
I think I still have a tube of these.. somewhere. I remember buying a couple handfuls of the things as a kid, played it maybe twice, and that was it.I'm both slightly ashamed and proud to have stuck with Pokemon, though. >.>
These things are so harmless they offend me. Childhood should be dangerous - full of lawn darts and BB guns, and all the other things now frowned upon (if not banned). These are the modern agents of natural selection.The herd must be thinned, and these little flat things are not up to the job.
What? No Official Steve Allen pog?
the game fad of the 90's for kids too stupid to understand the flip, tap, turn intricacies of Magic the gathering.how was this even a thing?
Alf is back, in POG form.
The POG Store used to be the Koosh Ball Emporium.
that woman saying "A-merry-can" cracks me up
I remember having a set, but being black, no one in my neighborhood wanted to play something so retarded.
ah 90's fadsthey were so.....90's
Santa Monica FTW
I still have a bunch of my POGS and my mom got me a POG maker that never really worked right....haha
I'm not so sure if I want to end up in POG heaven. Hearing the *plink* *plink* sound for eternity would eventually make me want to strangle people.I happened to have a POG maker as a kid. if those things were still around today, I can imagine some of the POGs I would design....
I had a few POGs, until my dad declared them demonic tools of satan.
Pogs suck. Worst fad ever.
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