Stereotype of the werewolf in toy

For some reason there is a myth or stereotype out there that a non-transformed werewolf in human form looks something like a lumber jack.  Plaid/flannel shirt, jeans, boots, beard.  Why?!  I imagine it’s probably because wolves are often seen in forests, and werewolves are associated with wolves, and those people that live near forests probably dress and look like lumberjacks.   I found this doll toy that feeds right into that stereotype, that’s what got me started….well, although I dont like the stereotype,  I do think it is pretty cute!

werewolf toy

werewolf toy



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28 Responses

  1. kim says:

    i would to know were i can get one and how much it is please

  2. nightwolf says:

    sooo its a lumber jack/werewolf pillowpet thing?

  1. February 21, 2010

    […] toy out of the packaging I decided that I had to get a closer look, to determine the details of the stereotype of the werewolf toy. His jacket or vest is flexible, his shirt and sleeves, mouth, and chest covered in […]

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