Usually when I play with my plushes, I hug them, watch anime with them, and occasionally let them win a round or two of Mario Kart. Plushes designed to be interactive have a tendency to not appeal to me or to have that feature be ignored when I play with it. Clump-O-Lumps are causing me to rethink my ways with their cuddly, re-arrangable critters. The plushes are attached in three sections (head, torso/arm area, and bottom) by zippers, which can then be unzipped and mixed and matched with other Clump-O-Lumps. Want to create a real (plush) sharktopus? This can now be done with your own two hands! You have the power! Mwahahaha!
The Clump-O-Lump family includes Squid-O the squid, Tig-O the tiger, Bee-O the bee, Shark-O the shark, Bird-O the bird, and Frog-O the Frog. They have been spotted at the official Clump-O-Lumps online shop (US$25 each) and Think Geek (US$24.99 each). The plushes are also available at numerous specialty toy stores, many of which will be holding special in-store events on April 28th, 2012, celebrating this line of toys. They are spaced out all over the US so take a look to see if there is a store near you.
What mad animal hybrids would you make?
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