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|Subject: Re: Kinder Surprise Animal Series Fri Aug 03, 2012 8:31 pm|| |
I have to begin buying STACKS of kinder eggs
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|Subject: Re: Kinder Surprise Animal Series Fri Aug 03, 2012 8:45 pm|| |
this is a bit scary... can it be coincidence? or schould they realy follow this forum?
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|Subject: Re: Kinder Surprise Animal Series Fri Aug 03, 2012 9:27 pm|| |
Today: Kinder eggs. Tomorrow: The world. And after that... *
starts building new Death Star walks away whistling nonchalantly*
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|Subject: Re: Kinder Surprise Animal Series Fri Aug 03, 2012 11:37 pm|| |
That's very interesting but not as exciting as I thought! Anyway there was no time enough to develop a line and put it in the market! STS is very powerful but...
Thanks Sumo for showing!
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|Subject: Re: Kinder Surprise Animal Series Sat Aug 04, 2012 8:55 am|| |
- [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:
- ... I don't want to alarm anyone, but we may be more powerful than we know. Check out what I got in a Kinder egg today:
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I like to imagine this series came about only because the good folks at Kinder read this thread. :lol:
They also have some rather niceish Ice Age (movie) models at the moment, for anyone liking cartoony animals. :)
Wow, nice animals. I like the arctic fox. Isn't there a similar series of African animals in Kinder? I'm not sure if I remember correctly....
But it must be only a coincidence, since no company's production line can be that fast (from idea to design to commercial producing to packaging etc) and this topic was posted in July 2012. Or have we talked about this before? : )
It would be nice if Kinder started to make realistic painted animals of the hard plastic material that they made their "attraction"/the most wanted figures in the 90s at least. Fox example the cartoon turtles, crocodiles, hippos etc. ....
|Subject: Re: Kinder Surprise Animal Series Today at 7:23 am|| |