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Star Trek The Next Generation Wood Toy: Woodship Enterprise

by Shane McGlaun
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Watching my kids grow up, I often wondered when they were very young exactly what their internal monologue was, if anything. Everything they found went into their mouth from dirt to bugs. I assume the they were thinking “ooooh pretty….eat it.” This little wooden toy wouldn’t be good for the tiniest of Star Trek fans, it looks like the crew members are just the right shape and size to slip down baby’s throat.

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For an older kid of toddler age who knows you can’t eat everything, this I just the ticket to introduce them to Picard and crew. Most of the main characters are there. One is missing though with a hole and no crewmember to fill it. Perhaps that is where “Q” sits with his murderously omnipresent self.

I’m not sure if you can actually buy this toy, but it should be built and sold.

[via Linda Mooney via tor]

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