13 “Curly Givi” Toy

“Curly Givi” Toy

Posted on September 14, 2010 by team


Here’s a vintage toy from the Soviet Russian Republic of Georgia, called “Curly Givi – the Magnet Face” (“givi” is a male name in that region). The set included filings and a magnet used to make cool and crazy hairstyles and beards.

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13 Responses to ““Curly Givi” Toy”

  1. Lord Cunt says:

    Ashens would love to get his hands on this.

  2. AustriaNOTAustralia says:

    Really creative :D looks like something that also grown-ups can enjoy in hours

  3. Testicules says:

    Much better than the PS3!

  4. Andrew says:

    very cool!

  5. Wot says:

    We had the same toy in the US, back in the 70s and 80s. I’m sure you can still find them in junk shops.

  6. Archy Bunka says:

    A. Bunka here. Yeah we had them back in Queens there, you got a thrill for about a minute with it. Whch is better than no thrill at all.

  7. silvertwinz says:

    go to any place that sells toys and you will find them. the basic man faced one was called “wooly willy” there was one that my mom had when she was a kid called a”doodle poodle”. it was a small dog’s face and you made it into whatever breed. i will admit, i am 34 years old and i can play with one of those things for quite a while.

    my husband has the xbox 360 and i like the “doodle poodle”.

    hehehe :)

  8. Montesquieu says:

    I loved this toy as a kid.

  9. Austrian says:

    haha thats kool, i want one!

  10. kater says:

    On September 17 1939 the treacherous Soviets ruthlessly attacked Poland, already under attack by Germans. Russians signed a pact with Germans to cut Poland in half and share the loot. Poland was once again betrayed and attacked by Soviet Russia. What followed was 50+ years of effective occupation by Russians in terms of communist government and presence of foreign army in the territory of Poland. May the memory of this hideous deed never be forgotten, in spite of continued attempts by Russians to rewrite history. Long live Poland!

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