Perhaps this is some toystore employee's political statement. Those things are totally not Toys. esspecially not the neclace!
hahahah awesome. Good find.
This one seems like it actually DOES need quotations. Let's see. One of the reasons someone would use quotations (appropriately) might be in the case of euphemism, where the quotes indicate that the literal meaning of the word is not intended, but rather pointing to another meaning of the word (given the context).Those aren't toys, and those quotations aren't unnecessary at all. Bad blog, bad.
Perhaps they are toy weapons and plastic kids' jewelry. In which case, I would have put the quotation marks around the weapon names...
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