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No. 164475

This thread is for the discussion of everything related to plush toys, their creation, collecting and restoring and identifying!

Below are some resources for the design and creation of stuffed toys as well as links to help identify vintage teddies.

>Show off your favorite stuffed pals and tell us what they mean to you

>Tell us about your wish list!
>Share your favorite plush artists/art dolls
>Have any plush from your childhood? Or maybe some vintage plush?
>Do you make stuffed toys? Have any tips or resources?

Plush + Art Doll Making Resources:
https://dolls.nunodoll.com/
https://whileshenaps.com/tag/elements-of-soft-toy-design
https://archive.org/details/bearmaking101ins0000waug
https://www.thriftbooks.com/w/how-to-make-and-design-stuffed-toys_rudi-sarigny/554224/?resultid=90fe38f1-0b84-4d9e-baac-2aaa5672615d#edition=3793132&idiq=4084231
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1NR5lvdNvkklkVpRXIy2NPAE4X4HcQImXiKdgXu7rVUI/edit?usp=drivesdk

Learn more about your old teddies!:
https://www.totallyteddybears.com/teddy-bear-identification.html#sthash.ibcjPdsN.dpbs
https://fred-i-bear.co.za/how-to-id-your-bear/

No. 164477

Here is the link to the instructions on how to turn a plush toy into a bag, it's an album so I'm unable to embed http://imgur.com/a/FjVkpSq

No. 164479

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My wishlist: A giant hamtaro plush, a big Furby plush or that one backpack I'll just cut off the straps. I used to have a teddy bear that was pink, curly/wiry haired and had a unique crackle to it. It got tossed out by accident after it was my "main plush" for most of my childhood and I was extremely upset. If anyone knows what type of bear I mean I'd really like to buy one. I basically wasn't able to keep stuff nice because I had little brothers and destructive cousins. Like, they ground my American Girl Doll in the mud when they house-sat us for a week and I didn't get a replacement. I got gifted some other nice dolls in my childhood and my mom wouldn't let me play with them, same with my children's teaset and easy bake oven. I bet they are still rotting in her closet. She's odd.
Also this thread reminded me of that short Yumi to Kurumi manga where the lady finds a stuffed toy on the ground and fixes it up and makes it clothes. It's heartwarming

No. 164480

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>>164479
Was he similar to this fella here?

No. 164481

>>164480
He was stout like my pic with midget limbs and really stiff inside like he was packed TIGHTLY with wool (the teddy website says that produces the crackling sound I remember). Probably some really obscure thing I'll never be able to find.

No. 164484

>>164481
Kek at midget limbs. Maybe one day you'll find it! I've come across stuff I never thought I'd see again without even trying to look for it, just serendipity.

No. 164487

>>>/ot/939439 here, sorry I sounded like a cunt about the /m/ thread. I've seen anons in the past make the 'ehh, who cares about /m/, it's dead anyway' argument while saying they never post there. I'm super happy that you remade the thread and you sound like the sweetest person I also used to feel bad when my thread died or got shat on, so I feel you. I will be posting here and hope other anons will too! I love plushies.

No. 164491

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What got me into making stuffed animals was when I was in a home economics class in jr high. The new school I was going to had this neat thing where you could order a stuffed animal pattern with instructions from a catalogue and they would send the fabric out to you with the pattern printed on it. My family was dirt poor but my dad actually let me order one, so I got this big floppy dog. And I mean he was big, he was 4 feet long. They didn't have sewing machines so I put the entire thing together by hand. I finished pretty fast too, and I gave it to my mom. I hope she still has him.
Other people in my class ordered a pattern too, but some people just gave up and didn't want to finish, even though they paid for it. So they just gave them to me! People had ordered intermediate patterns and they had no idea what to do, but I guess I just had a knack for it. I got to do a sitting pure white kitty and a bald eagle with a little American flag bandana around his neck. The eagle was the hardest one because he had this funny way of attaching the wings, but I got him done and gave him to my dad who is from the States and he still has him.
I had always loved and collected stuffed animals but this is when I discovered my passion for making them as well.

No. 164495

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this is a cute thread! i had a stuffed bunny as a child but i have no idea what happened to it. i think it was cream white or beige and it had a triangular body so it could sit upright. i had it since i was born (1992) until ??? i genuinely have no idea, one day it was just gone. a few months ago i bought picrel from h&m and every once in a while i actually sleep with it in my arms when my mental health goes bad. it's surprisingly big and very soft and i love it very much.

No. 164496

I'm scared of my favorite plush getting ruined. I couldn't even buy another one because I don't know where to buy it or who the manufacturer even was, every time I've tried to search for it on google or ebay nothing comes up.

No. 164498

>>164496
Well I mean as long as it doesn't get any nasty stains it shouldn't be too much of a worry. Even if it gets stained, you can unstuff it and give it a wash in some warm soapy water and let it dry. I use a little nail brush to brush the fur out gently so it's nice n soft again. Then you just stuff it back up with the old stuffing or new and close up with the ladder stitch.

Some things would be harder to do that with though I guess, I have MLP plush from an artist that are made of microfleece and have these big heads and tiny bodies, and they have beans. I probably wouldn't want to unstuff those.
My niece got chocolate on all three of the ponies I had, womp womp.

No. 164501

>>164487
Don't worry about it, anon! You were just being honest about it.

No. 164506

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Idk if it’s a faux pas to post personal pics but idc, these guys are so special to me. First up we have Branch. It was hard to get a good pic that captivates his cuteness. He was one of my faves during my childhood. He’s got a snazzy bow tied around his neck you can sorta see in pic related.

No. 164510

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>>164506
My other favorite was Tracker, a Beanie Buddy I believe they were called? Also featured is his son, who you can see is a punk rocker based on his spiky necklace and ear piercing. He’s always been in a rebellious stage lol

I took big Tracker with be everywhere. Thanks for this thread, I’ve had them out but haven’t really paid much mind to them for awhile. This is a very sweet thread and I’m so sorry to the anons in the original thread who stated how their parents shamed them or made them throw their stuffed animals out.

No. 164520

>>164506
>>164510
These are painfully cute, I love those sad looking puppy eyes. I am particularly in love with Tracker Jr's face proportions, he is hilarious and adorable. And I love Branch's little paws. It makes me happy that you still have them! Something about the texture of the fur of a well loved, old plush is so comforting. You can tell they've lived through some interesting adventures.

No. 164523

>>164506
>>164510
i absolutely love this anon! i love seeing still-loved childhood teddies - it makes me so happy. they’re all very sweet!

No. 164539

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>>164520
>>164523

Thank you nonnies for the love for my childhood besties lol it means a lot to me.

No. 164542

>>164477
Thanks so much anon!!!!!! Ily

No. 164548

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New Squishmallow coming out in celebration of 100 million sales. Not a fan much but these look very nice.

No. 164549

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No. 164550

>>164548
The hype and resale value on these is insane, I regret not buying a lot a few years ago because I thought they were really cute. They’re like the funko pops of stuffed animals and I love them with no shame

No. 164551

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I don’t really have the desire to own plushies but I like looking at them. I like how many cool designs Jellycat has. I am going to dump some of my favorites, starting with a pot of bluebells.

No. 164552

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Cat

No. 164553

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Clam

No. 164554

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Mammoth

No. 164557

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And cauliflower.

No. 164558


No. 164559

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>>164555
Also consider the conch shell!

No. 164578

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>>164552
This guy is super special, I love disproportionate goofy looking cats. This is Monty and he is so hilarious with his massive paws and itty bitty glassy blue eyes that penetrate your soul.
>>164551
>>164554
These guys are beautiful

No. 164582

>>164552
please givs link

No. 164615

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>>164582
It's from jellycat. It's called Amore Cat Black, and there is one called Amore Cat Cream that's lighter colored.
This one's name is Little Bear, I found him when I was researching teddies yesterday. Wish he were in stock

No. 164621

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>>164615
Aww I love his stubby arms and legs. I also like that he's called Little Bear, it reminds me of the show, which slapped ever so gently.

No. 164625

>>164621
omg I loved it! The episode in which he met his mom as a little girl was mindblowing

No. 164664

>>164615
I own this baby, I highly recommend him whenever he's back in stock!! His nubby limbs are absolutely darling and he has a great weight to him, I like to have him sitting on my stomach when I'm sad. For a small fella, he's incredibly cuddly.

No. 164873

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Tentacle kitty

No. 164889

>>164491
Anon, your story made me smile. It's so heartwarming.

No. 165030

File: 1634583127772.png (3.83 MB, 1080x2264, horsedog.png)

Take a look at this cutie I got from the thrift store. Despite all the info on his tag, I haven't been able to find any more about him or the company that made him anywhere! I even checked the Weston, Ontario archives. If there are any web sleuth anons hanging out I would love if you you could find anything about the company and/or a picture of this doll using the info on the tag in picrel.
Now I've got a couple inquiries for you anons. First, is this a dog or a horse? I know he doesn't have a mane, which might not qualify him as a horse, but he has a certain horsey quality to his body doesn't he? I need your opinions!
The second question is in relation to his nose, it's missing! So I need to give him a new one. Unless someone or I find a picture of his original nose, I'm just gonna have to choose a nose for him and I'd love some opinions on that as well! What color should it be? (black, pink, red) What shape? (round, oval, triangle)
If you have any name suggestions feel free to leave them as well, but try and imagine him with a nose when you do it.

No. 165032

>>165030
Looks kind of like a deer. Very cute nona!

No. 165033

>>165030
cute!! he's the same age as my dad. I wonder if I can find any id info on my grandfather's teddy that was passed down to me. vintage stuffed toys have a certain charm to them

No. 165034

>>165032
Oh you're right, that fits way better than a horse or a dog!

No. 165146

>>165030
I need those nose opinions, yo

No. 165167

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I was looking at old sites about stuffed animal making and I found this kek
>quala
>sqarel

No. 165264

wh-where is op's pic from, it looks so familiar like a book I must have browsed when I was a kid but have no memory of?

No. 165312

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>>165264
Maybe you did see it anon! The patterns for these cuties were from a vintage craft magazine

No. 165485

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Incoming photo dump of Douglas stuffed animals

No. 165486

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Chiggin

No. 165487

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Chocolate pooch

No. 165488

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Last one, lazy kitty

No. 165695

All the anons that lied to me and said they'd post here, I don't forgive you. This is why I posted it in /ot/. Stuffed animals aren't media. This board is neglected despite all the great threads. I'm sad.

No. 165818

I used to have a ton of Webkinz. My favourite was a duck one… I think I called him Daniel Webfoot? Daniel because I wanted it to start with a D, and Webfoot being his surname.
Webkinz was a really cool concept. I liked seeing my animals in both the virtual and real world. I wish I still had them all.

No. 165820

>>165695
There was already a plush thread on /m/ and you making this new one doesn't exactly help. Now we have toy, plush, plush the sequel all at once.

No. 165822

>>165820
This one is different it's more discussion and action focused than just sharing the pics.

No. 165836

>>165820
I was encouraged by like ten different anons to remake this thread because it's specifically for discussion and resources for designing, creating and collecting plush, not just sharing cute pictures. The other plush thread is literally six years old and has maybe 200 replies.

No. 165855

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Hi nonas! I am here to contribute!

Check out my new friend I picked up today… This plush was hard to track down and I bit smaller than I imagined, but its so cute and soft and its also eco-friendly kek I am saving the world buying this plush

No. 165858

>>165855
Omfg i love this nonnie, I'm gonna have a baby soon and I want one for each of us now lmao.

No. 165860

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>>165858
Get it! They are palm sized, so I think it would be perfect for a baby because it will seem big to them kek perfect for hugging!

The brand is called Aurora World and the line of stuffies is called Rolly Pets.

No. 165870

>>165695
Anon, chill. You're not entitled to any replies in your thread and maybe it would've been suffocated by all of the popular threads on /ot/ and died in 3 days. Just enjoy it

No. 165957

>>165855
His face and his very being is an asset to this world. I feel my strength building. I feel myself becoming a better person. Beecoming. A Beetter. Person.
>>165860
PALM SIZED, I'm gonna die

No. 165958

>>165870
I know I'm not entitled to replies, but the thread was moving pretty quickly in ot because it's a very active board. I wish more people used /m/. I was just hoping to talk to other anons who make stuffed dolls, or collect them, and to share tips and goals and stuff. I'm sorry for being so pessimistic anon.

No. 165959

>>165958
Then post in here as well and you’ll get engagement. Beggars can’t be choosers.

No. 165960

>>165959
I do, why assume that I don't??

No. 165961

>>165960
Just giving you a suggestion. Lolcow users just might not be into plushies as you think. Keep doing your work and cry later

No. 165962

>>165961
Yeah okay, sure thing mom.

No. 165987

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>>164475
Well, since peepy was mentioned in the AC thread have peepy

No. 165993

I wish that i didn't post the pictures on my personal social media but i love making stuffed catnip toys for my cats. If any farmers want to practice making stuffed toys i recommend that since it's fulfilling to see your cat cuddle and rub a toy you made for them.

No. 166001

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I want to start making plushies for gifts and to sell, but I don’t know where to start, I’ve never sewed a thing, only badly patched up some stuff.
I kind of understand how patterns work, I think, so I guess that helps, right?

No. 166003

>>165987
what is this divine beast

No. 166004

>>166001
Link to this video?? I wanna make this

No. 166006

>>166004
Here you go, nonnie.

No. 166013

>>166006
thanks!

No. 166017

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>>166001
You can do it anon! Especially if you're starting out with simple cuties like that steggy. Patterns are just like a puzzle, or like one of those paper nets of geometric shapes, you think of how the object would look if it was flat. Most patterns have labels on them so it makes it easier to follow the steps. A gets sewn to A, B gets sewn to B etc. I would recommend reading the blog posts from the whileshenaps link in the resources of this thread, because she breaks down patterns really well.
As for stitches I would just watch lots and lots of YouTube videos on different stitches and pick one that you like best. For the best results, try and remind yourself to be consistent with spacing and the length of the stitches so that your stuffies don't come out lopsided or misshapen when stuffing!

No. 166019

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>>165987
I have a sudden urge to eat many peanuts
>>165993
Maybe if you make one again soon you could post it here and it will be your secret LC catnip toy.

I recommend these two books by Aranzi Aronzo to any anons who want to make super simple adorable stuff! The top book is full of cute things like tote bags, water bottle holders, dolls, coin purses etc. The bottom one is all dolls and I actually have a link to a pdf version of it. you do not have to download the pdf in order to view it and I would probably not because the website looks like it would make it a hassle. But you can view the document right from the page!
https://www.scribd.com/document/229866486/Aranzi-Aronzo-Fun-Dolls-Let-s-Make-Cute-Stuff

No. 166026

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>>166019
>tfw
Thanks nonnie! This is amazing!

No. 166030

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>>166026
Samefag, I love these.

No. 166031

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No. 166032

>>165987
what company is this?? i have seen them before and i cant recall the name but they seemed expensive!

>>165957
you are beeutiful anon!

No. 166034

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>>166032
They’re from Itemlabel-?- or that’s the name of the site, they’re expensive as fuck 30 dollars for one peepy.

No. 166035

>>166031
KEK these are great. I own the Cute Stuff book and I'm considering doing a scan of the entire book to post here for you nonas because I can't find it anywhere online.

No. 166038

>>166034
I love peepy so much. That little criminal selling heroine and avoiding taxes. Itemlabel products are hit or miss though.

No. 166045

>>165030
I'd go with a black triangle nose.

No. 166048

>>166045
Thanks anon! I'm either gonna go with that or a black oval since someone mentioned the resemblance to deer. I'll post a pic when I slap it on.

No. 166059

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>>166003
okay someoe showed more so I did my own research. holy fuck they also have chao-furby head forms

No. 166060

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>>166038
>>166034
>>166059
these are inspiring a similar, but deeper, passion than the sucklet. I see photos with them in alliance/friendship tho

No. 166067

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>>166059
I'm absolutely not buying that they were not inspired by shitty Furby bootlegs (as the quote on their Furby wiki page claims)

No. 166358

>>166067
I think they're just denying it to avoid a lawsuit or a cease and desist from Hasbro.

Also Furbys turned 23 this month, happy birthday to all your Furbys!

No. 166372

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I just noticed this thread and I find it really cute.
Op didn't mention this and I don't think anybody has linked her yet, but there's this lady that goes by Choly and her site has a ton of free plushie patterns with full intructions and stuff so maybe it would be of use to any of you:
https://cholyknight.com/plushies/
Also, I linked the plushies tab (obviously, this is the plush thread) but she also has patters for other things such as some wearable stuff, in case you're into sewing in general.

I actually wanted to try making a plushie and I even made the preparations, but I ended up not doing it soon enough so now I won't have a sewing machine available for a while. I'll try to get more into sewing when I have it available again.
I wanted to try making a plushie of Board-tan

No. 166388

>>166060
I think sucklett is my least favorite of them all
>>166059
I love baby ouioui!! watch this

No. 166441

>>165030
I had a white dachshund plush made with the exact same weird white fabric as your horsedog, and the same derpy red tongue and eyes, but mine was missing an eye. I have no idea where mine came from but it must be from the same company, the resemblance is uncanny. I think it had a black triangle nose, so yours might have had one as well.

No. 166744

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>>166388
I rewatched this video 3 times, it's very cute. I'm sorry to still be THE sperg, but it's like an alternative reality Furby Baby. It's even more similar than regular Peepy. Goddamn it, I miss the 90's furbs.
NGL, I was almost tempted into considering buying OuiOui blind box. But then the cute animation ended and I was slapped into reality with how the plushie actually looks. I'm sorry, but it's so cheap!!! It's like this is some science experiment to see how far can good marketing take a slapdash product. Honestly, I can imagine an etsy 'fan work' or an aliexpress bootleg having better quality. Or maybe it's just the photo, IDK. The price is outrageous for something that looks like a bootleg, though.
Sorry for my angry vent, I really liked the video!

No. 166775

>>166744
Aww I'm glad you liked it! I'm also like "should I or not…" because I honestly love baby ouioui a lot. It's cute!! I love the videos. but it's so cheaply made!! All I can think of is "maybe it's beauty lies in how imperfect it is". Maybe in the future when I have some disposable income I'll get one!
Watch this too btw

No. 167412

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Got this cutie when I was vacationing in TN. I actually resisted the first time I saw him but had to go back a couple days later to bring him home with me lol

No. 167499

>>167412
God I hate/love when that happens lol you saved him nonny!

No. 167639

churu kim makes the cutest Animal Crossing plushes I've ever seen. I would instantly buy them if they had a shop. Really makes me wish Nintendo could've already make offical plushes of the villagers like Marshal, Raymond, Lolly, etc. or do a poll to have which villager plushes to be made. There are some good-looking unofficial plushes and not-so-good ones.

No. 168379

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Thinking of buying one of these off Ebay. found some sellers that have it quite cheap but pre-owned condition. The sellers wash and disinfect all their used toys and have good reviews so that should be okay right? One seller has it brand new at my price range (at the very max price I'd pay for this) but it feels stupid paying that much for a toy that I won't be able to tell if it was used. With dolls and other goods it's not hard to tell but I feel like with a plushie the difference between gently used and brand new can't be that huge.

No. 168431

>>168379
no bady care me

No. 168872

>>168379
Jesus fuck its so cute anon I hope you bought him.
>>167639
I can't believe how tiny they are
>>167412
Is he by Douglas??

No. 168873

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My next project is gonna be a marionette bear like in this book I have! I already ordered all the tiny joints and I'm so excited. I really wanna make little fairy bears, with dainty wings made of tulle and cute tiny skirts. I think my first one is gonna be kind of a deep foresty green color because I think it goes well with the fairy vibe.

No. 168874

>>168873
Samefag, you can't tell in the pic but he's pretty tiny! He's only about 7 inches maybe

No. 168875

>>168873
That's so cool… good luck!

No. 170830

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The bootlegs now have bootlegs

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No. 170900

>>170830
>>170831
Wow I totally manifested it! Now manifesting baby OuiOui bootlegs. Item Label should be proud, being bootlegged by the Chinese means that you've made it

No. 171936

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This brings a lot of memories back for me. I was on the lookout for a Babs Bunny plush a few years ago and found one manufactured by Applause I thought was the same as the one I had as a child, but after holding it for a few seconds, it just felt a little off and I knew this search wasn't over, but I'm glad to have a Babs Bunny plush either way.
I found an image of this one manufactured by Playskool and the memories came rushing to my head. This is the exact one I've been searching for. The material used for her mouth is so distinctly soft. I love it. The one I have now feels more like a toy you'd get at the carnival. Also, the one I had as a child had two poseable wires in the ears at the edges, the one I have only has one in the middle of the ears.

No. 171945

>>170830
pepe wants a cashew

No. 171975

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>>171945
Here is one (1) cashew for pepe.

No. 171983

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look at his goofy face!

No. 171984

>>171983
he looks like he should be part aquatic

No. 172017

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Finally, a thread for me. I collect stuffed animals. My favourite is one of these bad boys. It's 140cm (4'7) tall. Almost my height, which is why I love it so much. Plus it looks cool in my room

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>>172017
God I want one of these so bad. I have one of those 6 foot tall teddies from costco or wherever, got it brand new for 6 bucks from a thrift store. He looks like picrel but with a red heart nose and paws

No. 172028

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>>171936
OH MY GOD I had the same one of Buster when I was a kid!!

No. 172040

>>172017
there's a real estate agents with like six of these fuckers in the window for no reason it makes me so happy walking past

No. 172042

>>172028
I need to get my hands on a Buster! Maybe during my next paycheck I'll find a lucky guy.

No. 172092

>>172017
I want him! Does he stand up on his own?



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