SOUNDS LIKE THESE people just need to Let It Go. Eh? EH?
Disney’s Frozen has always been popular, but the love seems to have escalated to full-scale mania since the film left cinemas.
Parents all over the world are looking for Frozen merchandise for their children, but guess what – there is none. It’s all gone. All of it.
The toys are so in demand that a set of four limited edition Frozen dolls (which sold out in under 20 minutes in November) have an asking price of $8000 on eBay. EIGHT THOUSAND DOLLARS.
And parents haven’t exactly been concealing their feelings about the crisis either – almost every query on the UK Disney Store Facebook page is relating to Frozen merchandise and when it will be back in stock.
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One lashed out on the Disney Store’s Facebook page, saying:
My girl has been waiting for a classic Elsa doll since Christmas. She can’t understand why Santa didn’t get her one since it was what she wanted most. Now she is hoping that the Easter Bunny will put one in her basket. I really think this might be what stops her believing in Santa and the Easter Bunny. I can’t afford to spend over $100 on eBay for a $16 doll. Thank you Disney for killing the magic for my 6 year old.
Yeah, thanks Disney. You’re ruining children’s lives, are you happy?
One thing we want to clear up – is the Easter Bunny considered a second Santa Claus now? Does he bring not just chocolate, but toys too?
Kids these days.
via The Daily Dot