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How many times as a kid have you looked at some of your toys—or, let’s face it, even as an adult—and wondered if you could just bring those little trinkets to life. Enlarge them, chat a bit, and really make a day out of playing for once. The countless figurines, miniatures, action figures, stuffed animals, and assortment of other toys that we’d gathered have obviously left a pretty huge impression on us and, if we can trust any of the resources at our disposal, the time we’ve spent with them left a major impact on them, too!
The proof is in the pudding of the stories our toys could tell. And, it is especially evident once we throw some space-age tech at them and enlarge the toys to near-life size and ask them what they think about their new life! They’re usually surprised and sometimes have to deal with the fact that they don’t really have all the parts to actually speak, but those who can have lots to tell. Problem is that the process isn’t exactly reversible yet. So, we have a whole bunch of life-sized toys that are anxious to go meet some new people. (They have been cramped up in a toy chest for a couple decades, after all.)
Such is the case of this little army guy. You can hang out with a number of the normally plastic army soldiers with this Child Green Army Man costume. The long sleeved shirt fastens with Velcro at the front and has a plastic sheen that is perfectly reminiscent of the toys we all had as youngsters (or may simply have seen in a few of our favorite shows). The gloves and pants fit with elastic and the belt with Velcro. The green foam helmet fastens over the chin. Accessorize with some green body paint and a plastic rifle—we recommend the green one!—and you’ll have a perfectly plastic protector. Available in multiple sizes in case you need to fashion a full army to conquer any of the other life sized toys that might have run crazy into the nights. … Maybe we shouldn’t animate every toy we run across.