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Look at this plush corgi cheeseburger. As both Kotaku’s resident toy and snack aficionado, I’ve been mesmerized by this glorious thing for days. Do I tag it “Toys”? “Snacktaku”? Both? Probably both.

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It’s a seven-inch plush double cheeseburger with a corgi face for the top bun, which is completely silly and I love it. It’s part of the Foodie Macaroon line of plushies coming in March from Douglas Toys, a company whose mailing list I’ve been on since they yelled at me for taking photos without permission during my first visit to the New York Toy Fair (they thought I might be a toy spy, which is a real thing). It’s mesmerizing. Look at that face.

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I’m not as smitten with the rest of the Foodie Macaroon line. I’ll probably pick up Avogato based on the clever name alone. Taco Chihuahua seems a little too on-the-nose, doesn’t it?

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The Unicorn Ice Cream Cone is kind of clever, and I am a fan of unicorns, so I’ll probably get that as well. Watermelon Llama puzzles me. I do not understand this paring. Maybe I need to brush up on my llama lore.

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Okay fine, I’ll probably pick up the whole lot of them. Douglas makes great plushes, and I love hugging absurd things. But one of these food-animal hybrids will be getting more love than any other.

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Yes, you. Good burger dog.

Kotaku elder, lover of video games, keyboards, toys, snacks, and other unsavory things.

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My favorite part of the Corger (working title) is the half falling out tomato. Adorable and realistic.