As a kid, I remember wanting things sooo badly. I would beg and plead for the items. My parents always heard me say that I would play with the item forever and it was a good investment.
At the time, I didn't realize, my parents already knew what was going to happen. The toy would come, get played with for a little while and then sit and collect dust. It's just something that happens. We believe we want something, get it, and then it didn't reach the level of hype, that you yourself gave it.
The Happy Panda is my adult let down. Don't get me wrong, this little guy is adorable and the kids seem to love it. Me? I was happy with it for a few minutes before I put it back away.
This little guy is black and white, but you can find other colors on their Amazon listing as well. All you do is take him out, fix the batteries, and turn him on. He does a few things, when you hold him upside down, rub, his head, or when you blow in his face.
Now don't get me wrong, I'm trying not to be a scrooge, but I feel like this is just an over grown McDonald's toy. My kids can't seem to get enough of it though and have been constantly playing with it.
You can check it out on Amazon here:
I'm looking for something like a Furby. Something that can interact and talk without being talked to, you know, something creepy. If you have any ideas, please let me know in the comments below. Thank you so much for reading!
I received this product at a discount in exchange for my honest review.
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