Did your parents read you Winnie the Pooh’s beloved children’s books? Have you watched the animated movie? Do your friends refer to you as Eeyore on a regular basis? Whatever it is the box you tick, you have a whole lot of strong feelings about a tubby bear called Winnie the Pooh.
Unfortunately, not everyone gives Winnie the honor he deserves, and someone came up with a bad toy design like this one.
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is bigger than the movies he stars in. Quite literally, he often towers over his co-stars, filling every screen with his broad shoulders, ginormous arms, and bullet-shaped head.
Yet somehow, with his larger-than-life features all over the place, these designers still managed to miss the mark, and quite inaccurately portrayed the wrestler as a funny-looking plush toy.
This Space Boy might look eerily familiar. If you ever watched Pixar movies growing up, it's almost as if it's a complete replica of the Toy Story toys, except with a different name, and Woody's arms have grown way out of proportion.
If we were speculating, we'd say this brand is just trying to make some money off of Toy Story's success.
Two hundred million years ago, dinosaurs ruled the earth. and have been at the forefront of our collective imagination, from early sci-fi novels to big-city museums. Today, they reign over the toys aisle filled with water guns.
This particular one, though, is just wrong, and not just historically speaking. First of all, there are the hands. Actually, there aren't any. And then there is the question of the unfortunately-placed trigger. We couldn't shake our heads harder if we tried.
Is That You Buzz?
Yep, Buzz Lightyear has actually been to infinity and beyond and reached an alternate universe where he became an actual Avenger.
That sounds complicated, right? Well, actually it's pretty easy and we bet whoever designed this would love to explain to our children the world where Buzz Lightyear and Avengers collide.