I am just wondering who decided that this was cute?
Most of the time I can't even tell what kind of animal they are supposed to be. Is that a dog? A mouse? A chipmunk? Did some toy genius at Hasbro say, "I know, let's make tiny animals with little tiny bodies and HUGE bobbling heads with freakishly large eyes." And then everyone around the conference table said, "that's brilliant!"
But maybe I'm not being fair. I mean who am I to judge what makes a cute toy. Obviously my kids are not bothered by the too large heads and creepy bugged out eyes.
I do however take issue with the accouterments that come with these little
pain in the @ss pets. Your packaging states that they are recommended for children ages 4 and up. I beg to differ. I have never met a four year old that can keep track of something like this:
That is the teeny, tiny hairbrush that came with one of their dogs, or cats, or mice. As you can see, it fits inside my wedding ring. What 4 year old can keep track of something so small? My almost six year olds sure can't. Can you please explain to me why each little
I'll continue to buy your little freaky pets because I am sucker for my kids and they are fairly reasonably priced. So can you do me a favor and do away with the tiny hairbrushes, food dishes, etc. Thanks a million.
Mama Ginger Tree
Take head Polly Pockets... you're next.