Are Squishmallows limited to CANADA?
The increasing craze for Squishmallows makes it limited to find in Canada. They are lovely furry animals with cute little smiles imprinted on their faces. It comes in a variety of colors, sizes, and species. Squishmallows was a trending theme during the last year for casual fans and collectors alike talking about them on TikTok and Reddit. The #squishmallows on TikTok crossed over 2 billion views, while the Squishmallow subreddit has more than 12000 members.
A firm of Squishmallows, Kellytoy, claimed to have sold millions of the toys by this time last year. When you look at a Squishmallow – or better yet, hug one – you’ll see why they’re so popular and difficult to find. However, their cuteness is simply one aspect of their attractiveness. The Squishmallows have over 500 different varieties, including seasonal exclusives.
Squishmallows are popular and limited to find in Canada due to the creativity level it is being made with. These plushies are somewhat solid, a little spongy, but quite mushy. This category makes him stand out of the box from other competitors in the market.
Squishmallows are sold at Walgreens, Amazon, Five Below, and other large online and specialized shops. Squishmallows are available worldwide in limited editions and exclusives.
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How did Squishmallows become popular to CANADA?
This cuddly collectible plush toy sparked a fandom at some stage in this pandemic and uncertainty. The bulb and brightly colored plush toys have created a beanie babies' style craze amongst kids. Not only kids, but teenagers, and adults are also attracted to this popular toy over the last few months.
Even if the trend started before the epidemic, it really took off in the last year. This squish toy is a stress reliever during these months of sadness and isolation. In February 2020, The Toy Book, a trade publication reported that the company had sold over 50 million squishes.
Squishmallows, a series of cute toys released in 2017, became very popular with the help of social media and especially TikTok (as fans call #SquishTok). Collectors say the stuffed animals comforted them during a difficult year. The hunt for them formed a much-needed sense of community during their long isolation.
Squishmallows aren't simply adorable; they're full of personality. Each stuffed animal's tag includes not just a name, but also an in-depth description of the toy's personality. For example, Leonard the lion is a vegetarian, while Tristan is a dinosaur who also works as a personal trainer. Bobby the rabbit even uses they/them pronouns, and the official Squishmallow Twitter has verified that more non-binary plushies are on the way. Brock is a white dog with light orange patches over his right ear, around his left eye, and on his belly.
Is Squishmallows Organic?
Squishmallows, on the other hand, are not biological. They are constructed of polyester fibers. Polyester is a robust, man-made textile that maintains its form due to its resistance to creasing. Most soft toys are composed of a poly mix - plush Cocomelon toys, for example, aren't organic either. It's an excellent fiber option for something as fluffy as a Squishmallow. They don't use any possibly harmful chemicals on the outside or interior of the fibers. The downside is that these toys are not flame retardant.
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Nicole, S. (2020, February 11). Kellytoy Celebrates 50 million squishmallows sold. Retrieved from The Toy Book