Yep, that's right peeps... you're supposed to bite his little head off and chow down!!
purple_ebren Pro User says: Wouldn't that fine baby hair get caught between your teeth? *chuckle*
Posted 3 weeks ago.
Demonic Angel 1975 Pro User says: lmao! I hadn't thought of that! ... It was the idea of biting his little head off that was worrying me...I mean it's ok with Jelly Babies but this thing's got a face! lol he's also got boy's bits lol dunno if I like the idea about that either!!
Posted 3 weeks ago.
monsoon2007 says: Is it really meant to be eaten - I'd feel like a cannibal!
Posted 3 weeks ago.
Demonic Angel 1975 Pro User says: Lol ...Yes Patty it is!
And I know what u mean I'd feel just awful but then I am Vegan...I don't do food with faces!
Posted 3 weeks ago.
This thing has always creeped me out.. It's the way the girl has just stopped dead still, like a statue...mid game, so she can stare straight at you with a weird expression on her face...(there's something very evil about that expression) Then there's the fact she's not afraid of that clown thing, which creeps the hell out of me & must be alive 'cos she's playing noughts and crosses with it. I always thought it was a odd looking balloon but now I can see it's legs I'm even more freaked out... after all, if it's got legs that means it can chase after you! Anyhoo, They say a problem shared is a problem halved so I've put these 2 pic's up here in the hope someone else will share at least half the nightmares this thing has always given me. purple_ebren Pro User says: You know, I never realised it was only a clown. I always thought the body was another toy ~ shows doesn't it what you gloss over. Mind you, we only had a B&W for all my childhood, so alot of the details were prolly lost on me anyways . . . Posted 3 weeks ago. Demonic Angel 1975 Pro User says: lol awww bless...yeh we had b&w for a while too...it's still creepy in that too lol Posted 3 weeks ago.
Turns out this is the most famous test card of all time and still in use today by the BBC in 30 other countries. It's called test card F...It was Designed by George Hersee and features his daughter Carole Hersee. First appearance 1967 on BBC2 Noeluna says: Haha It's so creepy... I love it Posted 2 weeks ago. Demonic Angel 1975 Pro User says: lol I know...creepy and yet strangely compelling! Posted 2 weeks ago
This set is made by Rement and is called "Summer Days"
As you can see from the pic' that popcorn looks so real, and the dinosaur jelly sweets are just the cutest, they move about inside the packet (which I've left unopened).
The Books, although tied together with a "Book Strap" can be removed and have pages which turn. he long thing at the front is a "strip of stickers" which I'm sure my little ones will have fun putting all over the furniture soon!
The Basket Ball, well in fact all of the items are 1:16th scale so they are just the right size for Hujoo and 12 inch Blythe dolls to play with.
I love the Bubblegum and cereal dispensers. The bowling pins / ball set is cool too, I'm not so sure about the school chairs though as I can't help remembering just how uncomfortable those things are to use!
American Kitchen Rement , originally uploaded by Demonic Angel 1975. I have the Dinosaur Jelly Sweets, Popcorn & School Books one and the "Christmas" one, which comes with a set of 3 round boxes, which stack up forming a father Christmas type figure (for want of a better word) you can see them on the right at the back, it also has the turkey (I may be Vegan, but my dolls are not!) and an adorable tiny little American style School Bus toy, which my Hujoo Wings Boy loves! I really want to get the cookies one which comes with that adorable oven mitten in the picture, near the turkey. I'd also love the cereal packet, orange juice, gumball machine and those adorable looking peppers!
From Ikea so I'm told...probably all sold out now I discovered them!
Still never mind I'll just have to make myself one after all I have the pattern (photo) - how hard can it be?!
The only thing I think I'll change is the eyes, as this one looks like it may in fact be dead :( which I suspect is why it's also flat... come to think of it, who would want a squashed flat dead rat pillow?
That's a bit disturbing, especially as the answer is Me!!
Can't have enough mushrooms lol especially when they look this cool!
I have the cookies though, but not the jar, the scales, the shelves and some plates and pots, I bought them from a seller on Ebay who'd obviously had quite a few sets of this range and didn't want them all? Still I didn't complain and I got them pretty cheap too!
Just look at those little slippers too, I love love love that little Bathroom set it's adorable in the extreme!
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