Now We Need To Make Our Own Toys

Now We Need To Make Our Own Toys

Hasbro has finally gone full converged by canceling Mr. Potatohead. His crime? Being a Mister, of course:

The Associated Press reported earlier today, “Hasbro, the company that makes the potato-shaped plastic toy, is giving the spud a gender neutral new name: Potato Head. The change will appear on boxes this year.”

They would later add, “Hasbro said Mr. Potato Head, which has been around for about 70 years, needed a modern makeover.”

Looks like we need to add “modern makeover” to the list of terms signifying the destruction of culture and now children’s toys. I’m sure the five year olds who play with Mr. Potatohead are thrilled to have a new genderless option before their parents inject them with hormone suppressing treatments.

It’s amazing how SJWs can take something completely innocuous and making it into a political struggle. Board games and toys are no longer safe for families to enjoy.

Looks like we have our work cut out for us in making non-converged board games and toys.

Maybe we should start with Deus Vult action figures. What do you think?

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  • Ty Ping Reply

    Time to rework some other games:
    Monopoly: change to Occupy Wall Street– you go around the board taking money not for properties but for government funded programs until the rich 1%, or the bank, have no money, and (except for the political leaders) everybody else is impoverished.

    The Game of Life: add spaces/cards for Antifa/ BLM protesting while young, and include trangendered pegs in the set.

    Hungry Hungry Hippos: no way to save that one; it’s clearly sizephobic.

    February 26, 2021 at 7:18 pm
  • Silent Draco Reply

    Crusader, Templar, Friar, and Abbot figures. Military abbey set.

    Update – add Artillery crew, Asperger, SPH vehicle, security vehicle with Holy Water cannon.

    Historic and modern weapon and gear sets.

    February 26, 2021 at 7:51 pm
    • Zeedub85 Reply

      I had many sets of action figures and their vehicles in the 70s, including GI Joe, Lone Ranger, Six Million Dollar Man and Emergency!. I would have loved your Crusader set. I did have one viking figure from the 60s that was pretty cool, but there wasn’t a lot of medieval stuff around.

      How about Saint figures? St. George with a dragon. St. Nicholas and Arius — push a button in Nicholas’ back and he punches Arius in the jaw. A late Roman solider with a Chi-Rho on his shield. Battle of Lepanto board game (divine intervention not included, which makes it much harder for the Christian side). I could go on for days.

      February 26, 2021 at 10:06 pm

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