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What does it do with the toys?

I found this report about a "kinder-squirrel" via Neil Gaiman's Journal the other day. Since then, I've been sharing the link with a few friends on email and we are all wondering what it does with the toys.

I picture a tree somewhere with a branch extending outward with all the toys lined up. And don't these things come in sets? I seem to remember hearing about people collecting them; now I imagine a whole group of squirrels trading them and even ... selling them on Ebay. On the internet, noone knows you're a squirrel.

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a_d_medievalist
Aug. 11th, 2007 08:38 pm (UTC)
I'm so glad someone else wondered about that!
lidocafe
Aug. 12th, 2007 06:41 pm (UTC)
Didn't it say in the report that the squirrel leaves the wrappers and toys for the store to clean up?

This has been my experience as a mother with kinder eggs, by the way. Kids think the eggs are special because they have toys inside, but next thing you know, foil wrap is everywhere and itty bitty toys are broken or discarded and just waiting for an unsuspecting foot to come down upon their unforgiving plastic. Damn you, Kinder!
intertext
Aug. 12th, 2007 10:36 pm (UTC)
It says that the squirrel leaves the wrappers, but takes the toys.
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