To reset your toy to back to its post-factory, 'enlightened' self, simply drop a TV set on it from a high trajectory at top speed. Not a single part will be crushed -- not even the plexiglass bubble helmet! (1) Comments
Andy takes really, really good care of his toys, I guess. Though I find it a little dubious that in all that time, he's never even had to replace Buzz's batteries! Buy 'n Low really builds the things to last.
It gets even weirder when you realize that he's been out of the box and played with regularly for at least four of the last ten years and all his moving parts still function. That and the only visible damage he's suffered is the loss of that sticker he peeled off himself in the first movie.
Now remember kids. Don't be a sadist who tortures plastic toys with fireworks and splicing or you may end up a 22-year old garbage man who entertains oneself by banging on trash cans. Nobody wants that. (0) Comments
Although it took 15 Allied soldiers 3 months to execute a prison break from Stalag Luft III in Germany (including several failed attempts), toys need only the better part of an afternoon to hatch a successful escape plan. (0) Comments