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Remember when we were little and those Tomachachi things were the rage?
I remember begging my mom after a soccer game to take me to Toys R Us to get one because I was the only one without this crazy technological advancement.
But now, China has taken the digital key chain animal offline and into the real world with these:
They are now selling key chains with small live animals such as gold fish and turtles in them.
Vendors claim the water is full of nutrients to feed the little guys, which is pure BS as it is an air tight bag, the animal will die within days.
The animal packages are actually protected by law from being considered animal abuse.
Sad day for the world when shit like this passes as an ok thing to do.
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