In March, Toys R Us announced that it was closing all 800 of its US stores, a final chapter for so many now-grownups who grew up begging their parents to take them to the iconic toy store.

issy@issymimi

countless trips to toysrus as a child only to find out it’s closing down for good in six weeks. my heart

Samuel in Deep Thought@SuddenSam147

A whole generation of ToysRUs kids are crying inside right now. Smh

And then this happened.

☝🏽That’s Geoffrey the Giraffe saying goodbye to his home of almost 70 years. Here he is below, in a happier time.

And as if that photo wasn’t enough, just look at what happens when you go to the Toys R Us website.

@ReapHoward / Via Twitter: @ReapHoward

Seeing the empty store has hit people right in the depths of their childhood nostalgia.

Final proof of the inevitable – that the stores are really closing forever …

🧜🏽‍♀️@whattabxtch

This just made me so sad. pic.twitter.com/a7I1crM71W

♋️💗@ChampagneJatii

I heard they were closing and didn’t even care until I saw this pic.twitter.com/Yl1t0EZHG3

And that there will never be another Toys R Us Kid …

The Observant Nubian@ICanSEEYallTho

From bikes
To Trains
To Video Games
It’s the biggest Toy Store there is

🗣Gee Whiz!

I don’t wanna grow up
Cause baby if I diiiiiiiiiiiid!!!!!
I couldn’t be a Toys R’ Us kid!

🗣More games, more toys, Oh boy!

😢I’ll forever be a Toys R’ Us kid!😢 pic.twitter.com/xtPSMBSfQ0

The Observant Nubian@ICanSEEYallTho

I do know why I’m crying in the club. pic.twitter.com/JjnC08CvX6

Because they’ve all grown up.

Thanks for all the years of magic Toys R Us.

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