“Why write toy reviews daily?”
I love toys and I love reviewing toys. Toy reviews had actually overtaken my personal blog, so I decided to split my toy reviews off onto their own site.
“Can you really review a new toy every single day?”
Or die trying. But seriously: I’m obsessive-compulsive and my primary obsessions are collecting toys and being on the Internet. So it seems pretty likely.
“So there will be a new review posted at precisely midnight each and every night?”
Uh, no. I have a family, a full-time job, several blogs, and obsessive-
compulsive disorder. Stuff happens. I can promise 366 reviews a year, and in most instances 1 review per day, but I cannot guarantee a review posted at any one specific time, nor that 1 review will be posted per 24 hour period.
“Do you ever buy toys just to ridicule them?”
Again: Uh, no. I’m on a (very) strictly limited toy budget: if I think a toy will suck, I won’t buy it. I might buy something and be severely disappointed in it and then roast it alive in the review, but I’d never buy anything for the purpose of crucifying it.
“This site is very orange.”
Yes. Yes, it is.
“Can you review [X] and [Y] toys?”
Maybe! Leave a comment on a post and ask if you want something specific reviewed.
“Your photos rock!!”
Thanks! I take all of my photos with my iPhone 4. It’s pretty wicked.
“Your photos suck!!”
Sorry! I take all of my photos with my iPhone 4. It’s not that great.
“Why do you post product links to stores?”
I mean, running a toy blog that requires a new toy be purchased 366 days a year is pretty costly, for one, so I appreciate the couple dollars in advertisting I get a month. But as a collector, it makes me nuts reading reviews for toys and not being able to buy them–immediately. Thus, I like to give options from some of my favorite online stores where you can buy the products I review. I only link to stores I’ve worked with and respect and trust. If I’ve ever had a bad experience with a retailer, I don’t link to them. Ever.