Buyers beware: adopting a Fuggler is not for the faint of heart. Mischievous + misunderstood, these Funny Ugly Monsters are up to no good. There are many reasons why you shouldn’t take home a Fuggler: let’s start with their smile. Grinning from ear-to-ear, a Fuggler’s tiny mouth is filled with human-like teeth, and their less-then-pearly whites are big, realistic and totally weird, so beware. They’re always looking for more – maybe even from your mouth. And then there are their leering, peering eyes. Make eye contact with a Fuggler and you’ll see a pair of mismatched buttons staring back, or even worse. Some have squinty little eyelids surrounding bulbous eyeballs. Each Fuggler is totally unique (not the good kind of unique). Gangly arms, pointy ears, giant heads, small heads – discover what makes your Fuggler weird. They even come with BUTTonholes sewn onto theirwell, you know. If there’s one thing you can expect from your Fuggler, it’s total mischief and unpredictability. Collect all 40 Fugglers, but you’ve been warned: adopt at your own risk.