Farage rants about banning of the word 'spooky' at Scottish theatre
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The dolls – which have been brought in especially for spooky season – are said to have creepy music playing and eyes that light up red. There are two options on offer for the dolls which are now being sold.
The first option, according to Manchester Evening News, is a little girl, complete with bonnet and striped socks.
The section option is a clown doll – which even Pennywise would be scared of.
To make matters worse, as well as the eyes that light up red, the terrifying dolls rock back and forth while the creepiest of nursery rhymes plays along with the rocking.
The dolls cost £15 and would be the perfect decoration for any Halloween enthusiast during the spooky season.
A description for the dolls reads: “Terrify your guest this Halloween with this animated clown on a rocking horse.
“Doll rocks on horse and sings ‘ring a ring a rosey’ while eyes light up red.”
But the dolls have prompted a mixed response from shoppers in Asda.
Some people have actually taken interest in the dolls – even saying they would buy them for their own house.
Tracy Finlay took to Twitter to share her love for the dolls.
She wrote: “I would have them all love them.”
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Simonster also echoed the views of Ms Finlay, who said: “Cute aren’t they!”
Gareth also loved the look of the terrifying dolls judging by his tweet.
He said: “Holy f**k! I’ll take four!”
However, Mark Lewis did not seem best pleased by the dolls.
He tweeted: “Oh diddums!”
But one shopper said the dolls terrified them – to the point of feeling sick.
They posted: “I feel ill.”
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