Using unconventionally designed toys.

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I appreciate being creative as much as any other toy user, but sometimes I just want unusual products to come with suggestions in the style of airplane emergency cards. Just a nice visual rundown of possible uses and positions. I have some graphic design skills, maybe that's my calling?
12/28/2011
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Kayla Kayla
Some toys do; it really depends on the toy. I know The Cone did have some illustrations with it - as did the Joya toys. Some don't, though, but reviews are usually pretty good at talking about how they used it, and you can usually get some good ideas from those!
12/28/2011
Antipova Antipova
Good thought! I remember loving the little suggested use icons when I first got my Cone.
12/28/2011
AndroAngel AndroAngel
We all definitely need something like that sometimes. If I can't figure out how to use it, I won't order it. Maybe you could include little illustrations in your reviews? That would be really awesome.
12/28/2011
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Originally posted by AndroAngel
We all definitely need something like that sometimes. If I can't figure out how to use it, I won't order it. Maybe you could include little illustrations in your reviews? That would be really awesome.
That's such a cool idea! All the toys I've ordered lately are probably a little too straightforward for illustrations but if I decide to dive into the weird ones, I'd love to add illustrations for reviews!

The cone is definitely one of the "unconventionally designed toys" I had in mind when I had this thought, glad to know it gives users some guidance!
12/29/2011
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