Original advertised offer details & such: Available in Starter (2) & Party (8) Pack
I know what Pillow Pets Are. I've been long-since versed in there ways. Even researched those sad scammers who tried to profit off them.
I know what Happy Nappers are. They make me sleepy to think about, but in a good way.
I think I even figured out what a Pawggle was, maybe.
And I know I now know what BlanKid Buddies are. They captured my attention.
But WTF is a Wuggle? I can't even come up with a vision of that in my head when I think about it. I think that's why I volunteered for this one: it was messing with my head. I don't like when things mess with my head. And then to find out their children's toys. Ok, I need to know. This is obviously going to be a learning experience.
So I had to wait before my grandfather and his dog Sprocket went to bed because my grandfather doesn't like it when I explore the nuances of his house. That's when I first met Travelling Matt. He took me through the hole in my grandfather's house and that's when I met the first batch of them: Gobo, Mokey, Wembly, Boober & Red.
Oh, no, sorry. Those were Fraggles.
Wuggles are like Fraggles except not at all. They are the little plush dolls the size of action figures so your kids get the best of both worlds. They're for your kids, right? It don't matter.
What makes them unique are the different things the kids can do with them. Not even so much the birth certificate each Wuggle comes with - though that is cool - but the little voice box do-da that looks like the pla-doh spaghetti factory that allows the kids to make the Wuggles speak.
At this time, so far as we know, there are 8 Wuggles:
According to official product website WugglePets.com, Wuggles claim the following features and benefits:
- each get their own Birth Certificate
- they need lots of attention
- great for birthdays, holidays, family activities, special events
- come with authentic birthmark
- for ages 4 and up
Order Process: So far, so Good for the Wuggles. The first-line online indicators haven't shown any issue with the order process as of yet. Just remember to pay attention because the order is defaulted for the Party Pack (all 8) so if you only want the first two, remember to make the change.
Product Performance: So far, the fluffers seem to like it. There's no stories of any of them sneaking out with Uncle Travelling Matt to explore other worlds. Oh, wait, those are Fraggles. D****. Well, so far as we know there's no complaints about Fraggles influencing Wuggles into any domestically disturbing behavior and as far as we know, there are no reports of Wuggles faking their birth certificates in attempts to gain citizenship. If you learn otherwise, let us know. Other than that we hope you kids enjoy them in peace.
With MR. Wuggles - (What are, "the things you find when researching?" This kid is adorable.)
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