Loy­al­ties to toys change as fast as allegiances in pol­i­tics.

Mt Druitt - St Mary's Standard (East) - - NEWS -

The Ex­plorer mer­chan­dise?

And here’s another trap: loy­al­ties to toys change as fast as allegiances in pol­i­tics, so this week’s “what­ever” is next week’s MUM WHERE IS THE ETCH-ASKETCH? WHAT DO YOU MEAN WE GAVE IT AWAY? WAAAH HOW COULD YOU?

Nonethe­less this time we’ll be tack­ling the tough­est task - the soft toys - to­gether.

It’s true the num­ber of soft toys at our place ap­proaches the pop­u­la­tion of a small re­gional city. They’re breed­ing like rab­bits in those toy tubs — es­pe­cially the stuffed rab­bits. And while I didn’t buy most of them, I’m mostly to blame for this menagerie get­ting out of con­trol.

I find it hard to deal with soft toys ra­tio­nally; to - as they say - let it go. In my de­fence, each an­i­mal has its own com­pli­cated back­story,

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