Now THIS is the kind of thing I’m trying to find when I run the names of cephalopods through shady wholesale internet markets, man they picked exactly the right funkadelic music to sell me this thing, as an adult I’m significantly larger than the kid in their promo clip so I wager I’ll need about four of these at once to balance that out
I know this is supposed to describe the color but clearly the peach one’s name is Twilight Powder.
EDIT: here’s where you can order one for $10
A big thanks to the first applicant for residency to Nowhere Town, Greater Borough of Nowhere, Nowhere - @Ghoulfangs. After consideration of your application, the town has decided upon a two-storey home for your accommodation. As an address has been provided, your certificate and home catalogue will be going postal :)
Polly Pocket has made giant leaps and bounds since super-dad Chris Wiggs first built a tiny dollhouse in a powder compact for his daughter, Kate, in 1983. Since Polly Pocket was born, the concept has been bought up first by Bluebird Toys, and then Mattel. It has been relaunched, redesigned, and publicized with spin-off shows and a trilogy of movies.
TheToyZone worked with CGI artist Jan Koudela to create ultra-real-looking Polly Pockets from the fictional worlds of Stranger Things, Lord of the Rings and more.
i see so many posts like “i wish i could bring a plush with me in public!” and like the good news is that u can! 90% of people will never say anything and the other 10% will usually be like “oh cute!” i knew a girl in college who would bring multiple stuffed animals to class and set them on the desk and no one ever cared. like maybe you’ll get the occasional person to ask why, but just saying “why not” or “well look at the lil guy” is usually enough to make people not push it. other people have a whole lot of more important things on their mind than to bother someone over a stuffed animal.