This doll is your darkest nightmare
A guy named Alan, who goes by the handle @GammaCounter shared something on twitter recently and it took internet by storm. In a post that said: “My wife found her childhood doll amongst a bunch of old stuff. Look at the range of emotions it goes through.” Alan shared a video of a weird doll that changes her facial expressions as you move her arm. In the tweet, was attached a video of the doll, who made less-funny-more-scary faces that could make you uncomfortable when you go to bed this evening.
My wife found her childhood doll amongst a bunch of old stuff. Look at the range of emotions it goes through. pic.twitter.com/hsL1PtfNYv
— Alan (@GammaCounter) August 1, 2018
The Doll which was originally owned by Alan’s wife was her childhood toy. I can’t possibly fathom that how a 9-10-year-old can find fun and entertainment with such an awkward doll.
— muttly (@muttlysaid) August 1, 2018
Upon doing some digging on the internet, I found that a range of such dolls existed in the nineties under the brand name, SAUCY DOLLS, whose tagline is- I make funny faces, just move my arm.
Saucy expressions doll! pic.twitter.com/ozdy9cpEE2
— Dianne J. Brubaker (@diannebee) August 2, 2018
Saucy Dolls was in range of varieties under $17-$18 in 1970s and people were crazy for them. One of its kind, Saucy’s Unique Selling Point was her changing expressions though they would have been a feat to its engineers and makers, it is still a nightmare to me.
Named, Saucy Walked, can make a total of 10 facial expressions as you move her arm.
As soon as the tweet made its way to public, retweets and replies started pouring in. With mixed reviews about Saucky Walker, everyone had something to say about her, her expressions and how scary they were.
Oh, she can talk. She just speaks to you when she wants to… and she will… she will…. pic.twitter.com/CwRqwzVWZN
— Dr Matthew Bull (@mattdbull) August 3, 2018
Let us just hope, you sleep well tonight.