October 4, 2002

Bargains of the Day: cuddly Biblical plagues and other kosher delights

Got all the plush Cthulhus? How about a bag of four plush Biblical plagues to keep them company?

O-o-o-o-h! Scary Passover fun (but not for Pharoah). Bag holds cute little locust, cow, frog and flea. Pull their cords and they buzz and wiggle.

Only $15 (US) from JewishSource.com. $48 will get you a set of eight "Oy Macca Beans":

Original Set of Eight huggable, squeezable and lovable animals. Each includes a tag showing name, birthday and memorable biblical parable. With creatures like Gefilte the fish and Jacub the bear, this colorful beanie animal set is sure to provide hours of imaginary play.

Other delights include Mr. Rock 'n' Roll Musical Dreydel (When you squeeze his left foot, he sings, strums the guitar and taps his foot to the music, Chanukkah O Chanukkah.) and the Kosher Plush Dog Bone Squeaky Toy.

(Thanks Charlie, who got it from Mike at Transreal Books)


There was a plague of cows?

I suppose it would be tricky to make a plush Death of All the Firstborn Sons.

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