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Valentine's week usually makes me feel a little… love sick (and not in a good way). Not that I have anything against celebrating all things lovey-dovey but I just don’t happen to be the ‘flowers-chocolates-long drives’ kinda gal. So this year, tired of all the cheesy gift options out there, I decided to be the cool independent woman I am, and figure out gifts I would actually like to get. Especially when it comes to Teddy Day. Teddy bears were cute only back in fifth grade. That, however, doesn’t mean I don’t enjoy some soft cuddle-worthy toys. Here are eight toys I’d love to have and none of them are teddies!
Pusheen - the cat - with a pack of chips, is undoubtedly, my spirit animal.
This heart eyes emoji along with a lovely pun like “I have eyes for no otter” is 50% cheesy and 100% hilarious!
A Cutie Ute!
Because, why not?! Definitely would be a great way to diffuse my moodiness on period days.
For The Feisty Gal!
This is a personal favourite. Feisty pets are little toys that look super-cute until you press a button and they turn into angry monsters! Totally me waking up every morning!
The Lazy Sheep
Need I explain this one?
I can well Imagine the cuteness factor this one would add to my bedroom!
Minions are only the most adorable! And that brown fur coat and side-eye is giving me all the cuddle-feels!
Hello? It’s poop in millennial pink. It really doesn’t get better than this!
And if you'd rather gift me an experience then book us a free spot here for POPxo Love Fest.
In February, the month of LOVE, the fest brings together all the lovely girls with their plus ones to enjoy a day full of fun activities, food, music & lots to shop! It is the perfect day for you to kick-start your Valentine's Day celebrations. Enjoy a fun filled day indulging in retail therapy, fun zones, food, contests, music, lit up romantic ambience and more... come with your guy or your besties for a day you will always remember! We'll see you there on 11th February, 12-8pm.