When people saw something, a retro image of "Dragon Ballz" collectibles appeared on social media and sparked conversation in the comments area.
Dragon Ballz was one of the most popular cartoon series in the world in the early 2000s, therefore a special version of the Simba pack that came with objects that looked like Dragon Ballz tokens was created to allow users to collect their favorite cartoon characters and use them in other games.
The truth is that those who were born in the 1990s and earlier had the chance to experience the age of the tokens, while those who were born in the 2000s and after did not, regrettably, have the opportunity.
An individual by the user name of " IG The fitmamabanyana @ kgothatso " felt the need to share this sight with the people on social media.
On the 28th of June 2023 8:35 AM , and captioned it " you had to be there " , grabbing the attention of the masses at once.
And so far managed to obtain a seazable amount of 970 Retweets , 195 Qoute tweets and a whopping 5,419 likes.
Tazos are pogs merchandising variations made for the Frito Lay company in various sizes, shapes, and materials (cardboard, plastic, and metal).
To get kids to buy their products, Frito Lay offered tazos as incentives for its salty snacks.
Dragon Ball received a few lines of Tazos over the years, especially the shows Dragon Ball Z and Dragon Ball GT in the 2000s - depicting its characters occasionally in off-coloring. This was in response to the success that the "Pokemon Tazos" and "Yu-Gi-Oh! Tazos" got worldwide. The majority of the later tazos have thousands-level purported Power Levels for the characters (in the GT release, the Super Saiyan 4 form for both Goku and Vegeta was labled as "500,000").
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