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Corn Popper
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Origin

Uncertain; presumed to be Fisher Price or an unknown child.

Type

"Fisher Price" Corn Popper toy

Effects

For each ball popped, the user's leg muscle strength will increase.

Downsides

If used for prolonged periods of time, the user's leg muscles will grow out of proportion until they burst through the outer epidermis.

Activation

Rolling

Collected by

Garrett Scott

Section

Milton-2R14L5Y

Aisle

(TBA)

Shelf

(TBA)

Date of Collection

8/18/14

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OriginEdit

The Corn Popper is a toy manufactured by Fisher-Price since 1957. Aimed at pre-schoolers, when the Corn Popper is pushed or pulled, colored balls inside a plastic dome bounce and create a popping, bouncing noise.

The Corn Popper was invented in 1957 by Arthur Holt and sold to Fisher-Price for $50. The Corn Popper is one of the most popular toys for young children in history and was designed to help them learn to walk. It sends tiny, colorful, gumball-size balls flying and hitting the plastic dome to create its signature loud popping noise.

It is uncertain how this artifact originated. It is presumed by agents that this artifact came to be under two circumstances:

1. It became an artifact simply when the object itself was created.

2. It became an artifact while helping a child learn to walk.

The second incident seems more likely, as this artifact is a more recent model than the 1957 original toy.

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