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July 14, 2020 / Posted by:

TubTown Habor Village!

Lakeside Toy Company, a toy company that doesn’t exist anymore but put toys in the 60s, 70s, and 80s, created a lavish ass bathtub toy in the 1980s that was a dream to children but to parents, it was probably a nightmare almost bigger than seeing their child’s face contort in a way that lets them know that kid is about to butt-barf out a diarrhea tsunami into the tub.

TubTown paid a visit to my brain the other day when my friend, who has a toddler, bitched and moaned about how her precious bathtub has been taken over by toys. That made me think of one of the ultimate and decadent bathtub time toys of the 80s: TubTown Harbor Village! TubTown Harbor Village was a plastic seaside town complete with a lighthouse, a fish ‘n chips place, an elevator, a studio apartment, and a dock. It also came with four little people and a boat. The town had suction cups in the back and you stuck it to the side of the tub to create an extravagantly theatrical bathtub time experience! And I’m sure parents loved it since it took up a lot of tub real estate.

Here’s a riveting video of a YouTuber showing the wonders of the Tub Town Habor Village:

TubTown Harbor Village seems to be pretty hard to find on eBay, Etsy, and beyond. But I’m sure you can still gaze upon one at The Smithsonian since I’m sure it has a prime spot there. I would want that little seaside toy village to play Big Little Lies with (using a Barbie for Nicole Kidman, a Legally Blonde doll for Reese Witherspoon, and an organic granola bar for Shailene Woodley) in the tub, but it’d get in the way of my usual bathtime activity: crying while holding a bottle of wine.

Pic: Pinterest

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