davidphogan: That's an interesting choice for a child's toy.
L.D. Ablo: I like this one:[api.ning.com image 720x540]
fusillade762: [i.dailymail.co.uk image 306x276]Could be used for crime: Last year police swooped on a shopkeeper's business and seized a cache of gun-shaped calculators because they feared they could be used in a robberyAnyone who mistakes that for a real gun deserves to lose their money.
LesserEvil: I thought this was some sort of joke.... one of those fake things made by a so-called "artist"It's not?http://www.amazon.com/PLAYMOBIL%C2%AE-5177-Bank-with-Safe/dp/B0077QT 57 O/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1360556138&sr=8-2&keywords=playmobil+bank
Ghastly: Oh give me a break. Kids like to play things that are exciting and adventurous. Of course if you give them a bank play set they're going to play bank robbers. If you don't include the bank robber figure they'll just use another figure as the robber. What the hell else are kids going to play with a bank, they're not going to be giving mortgages to their action figures, they're not going to play "let's collapse the global economy with risky banking practices".
Fluid: Playmobil has been making play sets like these for ages. Nothing new there.
thorthor: Next up: Playmobil Hollywood porn set!
skinink: Can't wait for the Playmobil Chris Dorner set.
PsyLord: I wish I had bought this one:[www.megdesk.com image 200x198]
clowncar on fire: [projectplay.myblog.arts.ac.uk image 300x300][laughingsquid.com image 400x300]I think it's the slice of reality that critics don't likeMe, I think these things are awesome.
Smiledriver: I've been selling Playmobil at my store for ages. They have had jewel theives, getaway cars, safecrackers, catburglers and so on for years. Every police station set they release has a jail cell that has a breakaway wall for the villians can escape.That's to say nothing of the knight and pirate sets and all the violence there.Frankly I've always thought it was cool how they never felt the need to worry about being PC when it comes to there product.
Sim Tree: They've had pirate Lego people since forever. I don't really see the problem with this.
UsikFark: [i.dailymail.co.uk image 632x520]Guess this isn't another Daily Mail commentary on welfare.
fusillade762: UsikFark: [i.dailymail.co.uk image 632x520]Guess this isn't another Daily Mail commentary on welfare.Pretty absurd, if you ask me.I've never seen an ATM that dispenses anything but 20s.
Sunglasses: $15Screwdriver: $5New Handbag: $50----------------Knowing where to jab: Priceless.
sno man: fusillade762: UsikFark: [i.dailymail.co.uk image 632x520]Guess this isn't another Daily Mail commentary on welfare.Pretty absurd, if you ask me.I've never seen an ATM that dispenses anything but 20s.We have some that do 10's and more every day that do 50's up here, I'm not sure anyone even has a 500, let alone has them available in an ATM...
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