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Target has Stretch Armstrong 12" Action Figure on sale for $18.74 (price reflected in cart). Shipping is free, otherwise you may select free store pickup where available. Thanks DanguardAce and AmyG3853

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  • The original Stretch Armstrong returns! Grab hold and stretch his arms, legs and torso up to four times his original size.
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"Give your kids a classic action figure with the 12" Stretch Armstrong. Your little ones will love pulling and stretching this action figure up to 4 times his original size. Tie him up in knots and then watch as he magically reverts back to normal."

Had this as a kid. Bought one of these along with the octopus and vacuum man guy for my kids to play with.

$18.74 after $6.25 instant discount(need to click on coupon). Appears that it is not prime targeted. Should give kids(and myself) hours of fun.





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I may be going out on a limb here or stretching it a bit, but this is a great deal. It won't cost you an arm or a leg. Really stretches your dollar.
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Stretch Armstrong... Awww man, his arms stretch out into next week.
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Well, what was inside?
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Stretch Armstrong... Awww man, his arms stretch out into next week.
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I may be going out on a limb here or stretching it a bit, but this is a great deal. It won't cost you an arm or a leg. Really stretches your dollar.
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My parents were mean and never bought me this, but I remember one of my friends cut one Armstrong's arms off once, just to see what's inside.
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Same price at Target.
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Didn't this come out in 1874 as well?
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My parents were mean and never bought me this, but I remember one of my friends cut one Armstrong's arms off once, just to see what's inside.
Well, what was inside?
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Should mix hatchimals and this toy and have stretch armstrong bust out of the egg
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This was my brother's favorite toy back in the 90s. I may have to bite for an X-mas nostalgia present.
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Didn't this come out in 1874 as well?
This was found in one of the Great Pyramids. Apparently, it was the Pharaoh's favorite toy and Stretch protected the Pharaoh on his journey into the afterlife.
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Well, what was inside?
When I broke one open, it was a red jelly-like material. Almost the consistency of silicone caulk. That was in the late 70's though. Hopefully they use something less toxic now.
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When I broke one open, it was a red jelly-like material. Almost the consistency of silicone caulk. That was in the late 70's though. Hopefully they use something less toxic now.
I remember it being some gooey stuff, too. I thought it was clear and not red, but that was like 40 years ago.
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