THIS IS NOT FAIR | ATLANTA, GA : What kind of cruel toy manufacturer creates plush versions of festive treats that you cannot technically digest? (Photo by Michael Fahey)
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It is growing dangerously close to Easter, the one day when stuffing your face full of sugar coated in even more sugar is considered acceptable behavior. Emily and I stumbled across this set of plush sugar-coated marshmallow Peeps at Toys 'R' Us the other day, and purchased them thinking it would curb or desire for puffed rabbits and chickies. Now our days are spent making sure the other one doesn't choke to death on them. –Michael Fahey
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