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"I've Got My Friend in My Pocket" Says Seth

Ever find yourself missing your friend or a loved one? Well now carry them around in your pocket with a personalized doll from Tiny Pocket People! These little dolls are perfect tiny huggable versions of you or friends!

It's a pretty simple process: select the doll size, clothes, accessories and skin tone of your doll, submit a photo and Tiny Pocket People will make a personalized doll that looks like you or your friend. Insert in pocket. Enjoy.

These little guys make unique birthday gifts and are sure to give anyone a laugh. And, as the website promotes, kids seem to love them. I'll warn ya though, the little buggers aren't cheap, but well worth it for cool present or gag gift. How many times have you heard someone say "Aw, they're so cute I just want to carry them around in my pocket!" Well, snap a photo and you can get your own tiny doll of them to have at all times.

Let's just keep it on the fun side. No one likes creepy doll people.

Seth Plattner
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Comments
Jun 25, 2007
by Gloria Campos
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Cute

Very cute. My sis would love this!

Gloria Campos-Hensley

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Jun 27, 2007
by Anonymous (not verified)

I'm Not Into Dolls

But these make much more sense than the "Therapy Buddy".  Even if they aren't cheap (you didn't specify how much), I think many people would be willing to spend a little more than usual for something this personal, which the receiver would truly like and appreciate.  I can also see parents ordering dolls of their kids to keep and cherish.

Jun 27, 2007
by Anonymous (not verified)

I'm Not Into Dolls, Part 2

I checked out the prices:  $48 for a Small Doll (5" long) and $44 for a Large Doll (8" long) + $4.99 shipping/handling per doll.  I guess the smaller dolls cost more because they are more difficult to make?  Compared to some of the prices of things, this doesn't seem outrageous; it is somewhat reasonable given that they are unique.  I just wonder how well they turn out from a photograph.