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Caminante Nocturno - 2010-04-20

It looks like this game would last 1.5 uses before the slime became too encrusted with dust, dander, and dead insects to be of any real use.

Binro the Heretic - 2010-04-20

It was the late 1970s. We could get little canisters of "slime" out of the twenty-five-cent gum machines. A dollar's worth of "slime" was enough to fill the monster. It was actually better than name-brand Slime(tm) because it was cheaper and came in a wider variety of colors. Slime(n/t) only came in opaque green, orange or purple. I preferred the clear red stuff.

The game itself was kind of "meh" but I used the slime monster to attack my little green army dudes and Hotwheels vehicles in a little model city.

Adham Nu'man - 2010-04-21

5 for Binro's nostalgia lane.

revdrew - 2010-04-20

Someone's jerking off to this.

Scynne - 2010-04-20

Caught me.

CapnJesusHood - 2010-04-20

Man, child molesters had it easy back in the 70's. No online sex offender database, no Chris Hansen, just walk up to some kids at the park and ask them if they want to play the Slime Monster Game (tm).

Rodents of Unusual Size - 2010-04-21

I think it was just gradually replaced by Digimon cards.

CapnJesusHood - 2010-04-21

yeah but it's harder to convince a grade-schooler that your dick is a digimon card

Comatose2 - 2010-04-20

If you put the slime on an incandescent light bulb, you get a surprise!

By surprise I mean showered in hot slime and glass when the bulb overheats and explodes.

Thus ends "lessons learned by Comatose and the slime that came with the Castle of Greyskull"

Adham Nu'man - 2010-04-21

***** invisitars for Comatose's not-so-nostalgia lane.

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