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Opportunity LOL

"I spend my time thinking about how to develop our characters into personalities that will get to have a life of their own." - GIANTmicrobes® Founder/CEO Drew Oliver Opportunity LOL

timetoplay

"Who knew that Hay Fever could look so cute?" - timetoplaymag.com timetoplay

Tomopop

"These little guys are ready to infect your collection with some cuteness!" - Tomopop Tomopop

usatoday

"They had me at chlamydia." - USA TODAY usatoday

captaintoy

"Every one of these is cuter than a bug's ear." - mwctoys.com captaintoy

Opportunity LOL

"Everyone in your family will have something to make them smile when they're not feeling good." - opportunity LOL Opportunity LOL

Cnet

"An adorable collection of plushie infectious diseases and other micro-organisms." - cnet.com Cnet

Yahoo

"Jim Henson's Muppets made pigs and frogs endearing, and Walt Disney turned a common rodent into a cultural icon. Now, Drew Oliver thinks it's time for bacteria, viruses and other maligned microorganisms to share the love." - The Associated Press Yahoo

cnbc

"Innovative designers of collectible toys inspired by the microscopic world." - cnbc.com cnbc

buzzdaily

"Experiment with these geek-chic finds and embrace your inner nerd!" - thedailybuzz.com buzzdaily

brixton

"Slap a little pink bow on a lil' rolly polly egg cell and you, my friend, are very unexpectedly in cute city." - brixtonstreet.com brixton

toyspedia

"They're cute and morbid, cuddly and gory, and very, very educational--all at the same time." - toyspedia.blogspot.com toyspedia

pcworld

"These giants are absolutely awesome, and I'm cuddling with death tonight." - PC World pcworld

momblog

"How can you resist these adorable little microbes?" - momblognetwork.com momblog

smh

"Toys and art objects based on science classes such as physics and microbiology have become the hottest thing." - The Sydney Morning Herald smh

wireduk

"They are actually a great way to make coughs and colds a bit less scary for kids." - WIRED.CO.UK wireduk

tonic

"The products are indeed fun and offbeat, and are designed to provide a quirky and enjoyable way to get closer to some pretty nasty subjects." - tonic tonic

wired

"These adorable stuffed versions of nasty disease-causing microbes aren't just for medical professionals." - WIRED wired

telegraph

"A bizarre range of soft toys which look like bacteria and viruses have become popular with students, health care workers and children... So, if you're looking for a Christmas present for the friend who has everything... give them Herpes!" - The Telegraph telegraph

prnewswire

"Infectiously cute new products make perfect stocking stuffers and gifts." - PR Newswire prnewswire

sun

"The bizarre creatures, designed to look like the bugs that cause common colds, sore throats and coughs have become the latest craze." - The Sun sun

atlanta

"At last, a common cold that feels good to catch." - The Atlanta Journal Constitution atlanta

newsweek

"You have to love that infectious enthusiasm." - Newsweek newsweek

parents

"It's half hysterically funny, half practical and 100 percent guaranteed to grab your kid's interest" - parentsconnect parents

associated

"I thought it was one of the coolest things you could get." - Yahoo! Contributor associated

shescribes

"They are so darn cute!" - shescribes.com shescribes

metro

"Fancy cuddling up to some syphilis at night?" - METRO metro

mama

"I am 100% thrilled with this product and how well my children responded to learning and playing with it!" - gettingkindacrunchy.com mama

wiki

"They are found around the world and the tagging explaining the illness, pathogen or organism has been translated into over 8 languages for use in public awareness in North America and Europe." - Wikipedia wiki

 
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