NECA Kevin Alone at House - Kevin McCallister 14 cm Figure 25th Anniversary (Home Alone)

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NECA Kevin Alone at House - Kevin McCallister 14 cm Figure 25th Anniversary (Home Alone)

NECA Kevin Alone at House - Kevin McCallister 14 cm Figure 25th Anniversary (Home Alone)

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Whatever the reason, Barbara Carrella, a certified sexologist and author of Urban Tantra: Sacred Sex for the Twenty-First Century, says a DIY sex toy (which she calls a pervertible) is never far: “Pervertibles are every day, non-erotic items that can be easily converted into sex toys. They can be found absolutely everywhere, and once you start finding them, it’s hard to stop seeing the erotic potential in all sorts of everyday items.” a b c d e f g h Jones, Anderson (December 6, 1993). "Silent night instead of Talkboy". Detroit Free Press. pp.1E, 6E. Bulik, Beth Snyder (March 14, 2011). "These 'CMOs for Hire' Make Selling Toys Child's Play". Advertising Age. Vol.82, no.11. p.16 . Retrieved February 9, 2020. Sommer, Cassy (November 10, 2016). "10 hard-to-find must-have toys of Christmas past". . Retrieved January 17, 2020. Whether you realize it or not, there are many situations in which knowing how to convert household items into homemade sex toys is a real plus. Maybe you’re away from home and realize you’re without your favorite sex toy; maybe things have gotten heated and you don’t have time to hunt for a vibrator; maybe you’re looking to try a new kink without investing much money. Or maybe you just want to surprise your partner (or yourself).

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Lynn, Capi (November 23, 2017). "Past Presents: 30 years of hot holiday toys". Statesman Journal. pp.1D, 4D . Retrieved January 17, 2020. Origin as movie prop [ edit ] The original Talkboy was designed as a prop to be used by Macaulay Culkin's character, Kevin McCallister, in the 1992 film Home Alone 2: Lost in New York. Rosenberg, Marc J. (May 20, 2002). "What's gone wrong in Promotions? (Top of Mind)". Brandweek. Vol.43, no.20. p.25. a b c d e f g h i Morgan, Babette (December 19, 1993). "The Talk of Toyland: A Shortage Of Talkboys Has Santas Scrambling". St. Louis Post-Dispatch. pp.F1, F8.

Trademark Status & Document Retrieval". United States Patent and Trademark Office . Retrieved January 18, 2020. Benezra, Karen; Warner, Bernhard (February 17, 1997). "For toy makers, it's bells, whistles & co-brands to grab buyers". Brandweek. Vol.38, no.7. pp.8+. The trademark for the Talkboy brand was allowed to lapse in 1999, nearly a year after Tiger Electronics was acquired by Hasbro. [5] [43] Bustillo, Deena (November 11, 2019). "This Was The Most Popular Christmas Toy The Year You Were Born". . Retrieved January 17, 2020. Originally, writer John Hughes specified in his script only that a futuristic recording device would be needed; [5] he and the film's distributor 20th Century Fox wanted something that was realistic yet appeared to be cutting edge. [4] Nancy Overfield-Delmar, the vice president of marketing for 20th Century Fox licensing and merchandising, said: "It was important to John that Kevin not use something already out in the marketplace. Kevin has to be one step ahead of other kids." [2]

In 1995, Tiger released the Deluxe Talkgirl, a pink Deluxe Talkboy that was marketed to girls. Shiffman said, "We think the [Talkboy] name may have prevented us from reaching the full market". [28] Bracetti, Alex (April 3, 2012). "The 90 Best Gadgets of the '90s". Complex . Retrieved January 17, 2020. a b c d Albright, Mark (December 23, 1993). "For toy stores, 'just-in-time' deliveries not soon enough". St. Petersburg Times. pp.1E, 6E. The original retail Talkboy model requires 4 AA batteries and uses a standard cassette tape. [2] However, it does not feature the voice changer of the film prop. [3] The toy was previewed at the American International Toy Fair in New York in February 1992, [10] and was released to market for that year's holiday shopping season, coinciding with the theatrical release of Home Alone 2. Tiger spokeswoman Robin Plous said, "sales weren't very good because the product couldn't do everything it did in the film". [3] [11]Skegg, Martin; Oliveira-Salac, Michael (December 12, 1998). "Fast forward: Hi-tech toys – Inspector Gadget". The Independent. p.59. Archived from the original on 2022-05-26 . Retrieved January 10, 2020. Slatalla, Michelle (September 30, 1999). "Inventor Fills Girls' Desire for Their Own Gadgets". The New York Times (Nationaled.). sec. G, p. 7 . Retrieved January 11, 2020. Mara, Jamie (December 11, 1993). "What's hot for Christmas? Some popular toys are hard to find". Marshfield News-Herald. pp.1C–2C. a b c d e f g h Hahn, Jon (December 9, 1993). "Want the Hottest Toys? Get in Line". Seattle Post-Intelligencer. p.C2. a b c d e f g h i Reyes, Sonia (December 9, 1993). "Talkboy toy a holiday hit". New York Daily News. p.73.

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