It's official, kids play Beyblade like it's 1999, and we are here for it. One TikTok video of kids battling it out with their Beyblades at the void deck of an HDB has got us feeling all nostalgic. Who would have thought that in 2023, kids would still be playing with spinning tops?
But let's face it, Beyblades are no ordinary spinning tops. These babies battle it out in an arena, and the last Beyblade spinning wins the game. It's like a high-stakes version of spin-the-bottle but without the awkwardness.
If you're a parent, you might be wondering if Beyblades are safe for your kids to play with. After all, they are spinning at high speeds and can cause some serious damage if they hit someone. But fear not, parents. The kids are playing Beyblade responsibly, and we haven't heard of any major injuries yet.
Plus, playing with Beyblades is a great way to encourage friendly competition and improve hand-eye coordination. It's also a fun way to bond with your child. You can even challenge them to a Beyblade battle of your own. Just make sure you know how to shout "let it rip!" properly for maximum effect.
As we watch these kids play Beyblade like it's 1999, we can't help but feel like we're in a time warp. But maybe that's not such a bad thing. In a world where technology is advancing at an alarming rate, it's nice to see kids getting back to basics and playing with simple toys like Beyblades.
So, let's all raise our Beyblades and shout "let it rip!" in unison. Because no matter what year it is, kids play Beyblade, and that's something we can all appreciate.
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