Toys of the Seventies, Magic Growing Rocks

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A kit of mysterious rocklike objects and a clear liquid. You had to supply your own container (mine was an egg shaped jar) drop the rocks in and pour the liquid in. At least I think that was the procedure...Then you'd wait and the rocks would grow into tall, brightly colored, mountain spikes. I had that jar for years until it got icky. Never knew what the chemical compounds were responsible for making those things, but always assumed they were horribly toxic...
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Lynne - February 01, 2009 - Report this comment
You can find these now in stores like KB Toys or walmart. It comes with a cheesy plastic container, colored rocks, and the liguid you make up. They don't grow real great anymore and it's pretty lame now. bummer.
Rich - March 16, 2010 - Report this comment
Got them for Christmas in 77'. They never worked as advertised, what a disappointment.
Yuri Sonovahvitch - April 19, 2010 - Report this comment
I got something that grows when you add saliva repeatedly.
ashley auld - August 29, 2013 - Report this comment
if you Google magic rocks you can fined. A page that tells you what you need to make this your self

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