You watched Pokemon religiously as a child and got one of these from Burger King:
After all of these years, I still have my golden Pikachu card. What about you?
Although it seems like Pokemon has been around forever, apparently 2016 will mark as Pokemon’s 20th anniversary.
You can probably tell my age with this one, being that I’ve literally grown up with Pokemon all of my life 😛
Anyone have the original Poke Ball that the gold cards came in? Or any of the other gold cards released?
Let us know by liking and sharing in the comments 🙂
***While I do hold this Pikachu card in my position the copyright for this object goes to Nintendo***
If you don’t like DC or Marvel not only are you not fun to drink with, but we can’t go to the movies together? 😦 lol.
Can’t wait for Avengers: Age of Ultron, Deadpool, Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice, and next year Captain America: Civil War!
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