Happy Birthday to the Sid: Happy Birthday, Sid!

Happy Birthday Sid, my favorite toy story bonny!

This is my favorite Sid story.

It’s the story that got me into toys and, eventually, into all kinds of adult content.

My favorite toys of all time were toys with names like Mr. Robot and Lego, but I also had a huge crush on toys that looked like toy stories.

The story of how this became a series of toys was an amazing journey that has shaped me into the person I am today.

I still get a kick out of the fact that I was the one to create the series.

If you’re reading this and you have a little bit of time, I’m going to give you a little tour of how it all started.

Back in 2002, I was working on a story for my company, The World’s Most Popular Toy Company.

I’d been working on the book, “Mr. Robot: A Computer Science Story” for over a year, but this was a huge milestone for me.

At that time, there was a book called “Toy Story: The Ultimate Toy Story” that I’d written that was a follow-up to the original book.

I thought that it was just as good and, of course, I wrote a sequel book called, “The Adventures of Lego: The Complete Series”.

When I saw the book in stores, I jumped on it.

I went into a huge amount of detail on all of the characters and the setting, but when I finished the book I didn’t feel like I’d accomplished anything in the story.

I felt like I had done it wrong, and I didn, too.

The book wasn’t published, and a couple of years later, I started working on my next book, which I called, Mr. Robot: A Novel.

After a couple more years of work, I ended up writing the book.

At this point, I’d had the story in my head for years, but my brain wasn’t prepared to fully realize how this story would actually go.

I wrote the story a few times and then I thought, “Why don’t I do it in print?”

I went out to a store and I saw a new line of paperback books with the name “Sid Toys”.

I went in and bought a couple copies of the book and I started reading it.

There was so much information in this book that I just couldn’t believe what I was reading.

When I was done with it, I got to my desk and I was like, “Holy crap, this is amazing!”

So I sent it to my editor, and the editor was like “This is the best toy story I’ve ever read!”

I was floored.

He said that I had a chance to create something special, and he was right.

The Sid story came together pretty quickly.

I was able to pull together all of my toys and toys that I wanted to have in my life and build a story around that.

That was it.

The first Sid story was really a story about how you could use your imagination to create anything that you wanted.

I started with the toys that were in the toy store and then created the stories about these toys.

In this case, we were talking about the toys of the time.

I wanted them to be pretty unique, but they could be used by any kid, regardless of their age or their gender.

I really wanted the story to be about children learning to be creative.

So that was where I began.

The second story was the story about what happened when I started my life as a toy writer.

The original book was called “Mr Robot” but we did not write it.

We wanted to do a sequel to it, but it was canceled.

I had to make this story myself, and it was all about me.

This was my journey into toys, into toys as a writer, into the future.

In the first story, we see a boy named Charlie, and as we go on, we get to know Charlie more.

He’s a boy who has a lot of toys, but his toys are not as cool as the ones we have in the book or in the movies.

So when he’s looking at the toy that his dad bought for him, he’s like, I can’t believe that it looks like it’s just for boys.

He wants to be able to own that, too, and that’s where I start the story, telling the story of my father.

So I wrote this story about the toy world and about how toys had come into our world and how they shaped our culture.

In addition to toys, I also wrote about my father, about how he’s a father of two and how he taught us that boys are better than girls.

I used all of these things as motivation for my story.

So by the end of it, the story was a lot longer than I originally intended it to be.

I ended the book with a whole lot of love