|Oscar Wildcat - 2013-06-12 |
Question: before yielding stars, is Stinkor carcinogenic?
|Jimmy Labatt - 2013-06-12 |
I distinctly remember my dad getting angry that the smell emanated from Stinkor's crotch (it really did).
|subduralhematoma - 2013-06-12 |
My mother bought me Stinkor for Christmas but was so disgusted by the odor that wafted out after unpacking that she buried him in the backyard and I never saw him again.
|Paracelsus - 2013-06-12 |
I'm five starring "Stinkor Stories" on PoeTV.
|kennydra - 2013-06-12 |
This kid is really cool.
Jet Bin Fever
Yeah, I like him too. I hope he's not bullied or something like so many great kids are.
|The Mothership - 2013-06-13 |
The unique scent was achieved by mixing the plastic used in the mold with patchouli oil. It was done this way, instead of being sprayed or coated, to prevent the smell from wearing off over time. Many toy collectors mention that, even 20 years after its original purchase, the Stinkor toy still retains its smell.
fucking wow. I remember Moss Man had a funny smell, but I didn't realize that it went this deep.
It's weird because I know what patchouli smells like and I distinctly remember what Stinkor smelled like (I never had him but a friend did)and they're pretty different smells. I never would have guessed.
|Xenagama Warrior Princess - 2013-06-13 |
I was unfortunate not to be born around the He-Man toy craze, but the closest smelly toy I had was one of Strawberry Shortcake's friends (I dunno who she was but her scent was chocolate.) despite not being big on girl toys, I guess my reason in that five year old brain for choosing her was that I just liked chocolate.
Ten years later before I donated her, she still had that vaguely chocolate smell to the tray of muffins.
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