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Toys News Archive
That's getting in the holiday spirit?
Farrah Abraham was recently at the Hustler store in West Hollywood, and she was promoting her own personalized brand of sex toys.
She was Elsa from the movie Frozen.
Did you ever have dolls that looked like your parents?
Aunt Khloe Kardashian shared a pic of the toys, holding a sign that said "North" in what looks like a playroom. And they're so life-like! Just look at Yeezy's red pair of Yeezys and leather pants!
We're kind of curious why there wasn't a little Nori doll to go with them though!
But one of Kim and Kanye's designer friends will probably make her one soon!
Seriously though, this guy is SO talented! We're extremely impressed!
Basically, he recreated the entire Guardians of the Galaxy trailer using just Legos and seriously you have GOT to watch it!
We think that Emmet from The Lego Movie would think this was… AWESOME!
Seriously though… Ch-ch-check out the impressive trailer…AFTER THE JUMP!!!
Toy Makers OUT OF THEIR MINDS Use Pill Bottles Filled With Candy As A Promotional Tool For Mommy Bloggers
We can’t imagine what they were possibly thinking!
Bright Starts, a company that produces toys and gear for toddlers, wanted to stand out at BlogHer, so they decided to go with a tongue-in-cheek promotion.
They used realistic pill bottles — which were filled with Red Hots — that were labled as ‘giggle pills’ which “may cause serious laughter.”
Person Who Placed Creepy Dolls In Front Of Little Girls’ Homes Is Found! And You Will Feel Bad For Thinking It Was Weird!
This is a twist we didn’t see coming!
We’ve been hearing stories from the O.C. about mysterious porcelain dolls that have been placed on the doorsteps of little girls’ homes… and it was creeping parents out because the dolls even looked like the girls!
As if the dolls aren't creepy anyway!
We all know that everything is awesome, but it seems that things might be more awesome in Cornwall, England.
17 years ago, a container ship named the Tokio Express that was en-route to New York from Rotterdam was hit by a huge wave, and lost 62 containers, one of which was filled with LEGOs, close to 5 million pieces worth!
But these fun, connectable pieces didn't all sink to Davey Jones' locker that fateful day on February 13, 1997!