Why horses? When we think, "What kind of animal really
needs a horn on its head?" why do we immediately think
"a horse"? I mean, the poor thing would develop all
kinds of back problems, and each friendly nuzzling would
turn the recipient into shishkabobs.
Stick that horn on a whale instead! Light and sleek,
blue and wiggly, !@#$ adorable...in aquatic
dueling, a well-equipped whale is sure to beat its
equine competition every time.
A horn on a whale: it just makes sense!
15 squishy inches of pseudo-Unicorn, polyester fiber, ages 3 and up!
SO HAPPY :):):) By: Hannah Ginn (Chattanooga, TN) 1-21-2016
When I saw this at my local toy store I freaked out and begged my aunt to but it for me. Its soooooooo soft!!!!!!
Plorpo By: Nick (, ) 12-28-2015
I love my Plorpo! First, I called him Plumpy, then my friend said Plumpo, then I said, PLORPO! SQUISHY HUGGY. He sits on Plorpo mountain. (two pillows on my bed)
Fluffy Mistress Missy Bub! By: Allyson Kropp (Mercer Island, WA) 9-17-2015
That is exactly what I named my squishable. I loooove her and her baby (mini squishable), Fuzzy Mister Willy Joe. They are very soft and high-quality! I like the green spots and yellow horn, and I appreciate the fact that they look absolutely adorable in my room (my room is a very similar color scheme). I will definitely be getting some more soon after these amazing squishables!
Narla the Narwhal By: smoshanthony66 (San Jose, California) 7-23-2015
Narla is the best narwhal. I love the size and everything else. I purchased it a long time ago. But when I was searching I just wrote a review. Squishable are for any age.
They are giant round fuzzy animals. hug Them.
Narwhal billy By: Elliot (Plainfield, Indiana) 7-3-2015
Omg billy was my first squishable and he's so cute he and his buddy's hugs the fortune cat my sisters and russel the sea otter also my sisters) have a good time
And I can't wait to get my prism penguin:)