I have had this Apatosaurus from Boley sitting on my coffee table for about a year - we were at a Walmart last year when the power went out, which was surprising. They had some sort of back-up power for the registers so even though the lights were out and there was a bonkers storm out, I could pay my dollar and buy this dumb toy. Progress! This story is kind of funny because on the day I wrote this, I went to a Burger King whose computers went down and they just decided to give me my food for free. Some days are good days.
I picked this one up because it reminded me a lot of how I drew dinosaurs as a kid. Long necks. Brown. Sometimes the head is turned back, because a lot of my toy dinosaurs were posed like that. It's surprisingly nice for the asking price. The rubbery creature has nostrils on the top of its head, textured skin, and a grey belly that fades to brown with black stripes painted on top. It has tiny black eyes and a smirk. It's a gem, but admittedly it doesn't do anything. It's peak "cheap toy."
It's hollow with a little "squish" to it, making it light enough to throw in a box with other dinosaurs without worrying about too much damage. It comes tagged and is about 8 1/2-inches from head to the tail, giving it a decent visual presence. If you have action figures with hip joints that swing out, I believe they would enjoy riding him.
This is one of those toys you should just go look to futz with in a Walmart bin, and maybe you'll like it. Maybe it's good custom fodder. It's a dollar - you've bought worse for more.
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