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    • Lauren Fiander

      Childhood memory- I can't even remember how many times I played this!! loved it!

    • Amy Walbrun

      Girl Talk is the name of a board game first sold in 1988. It was a popular/staple game for teenage girls throughout the 90s. It was similar to the parlour game Truth or Dare. Girl Talk was one of a rash of "teenage girl-themed games" that appeared on the market in the 80s and 90s based around boys, talking on the phone, dancing, having parties and sleepovers, and other "girl-ish" themes.

    • Christine Florea

      Here's What 23 Of Your Childhood Toys Look Like Now...loved girl talk!!!!! And mall madness!

    • Mandy Hiler Mauric

      Girl Talk! We played this at slumber parties! LOVE! @Lisa VanderLoon remember this???

    • Sarah Rubino Schulte

      Gosh- walk down memory lane!

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