Look at me – is this the face of evil? Of course not, so why do some people have to portray us as the ultimate foe.
Exploiting other people’s inspiration and hard work is an art form and we do it to perfection! Human nature means that people want the latest thing but so what if the product they get is not The Real McCoy, this isn’t utopia!
In a moment of enlightenment a fortnight ago, Evilyne suggested we could shift some of our worst toys by branding them as Doctor Who. So by sticking on a few stickers and boshing out some photoshopped packaging; bingo, in the blink of an eye, what was a bog-standard helicopter is now the cyber-leader’s chopper.
Now some people carp that simply because our wiring is a bit ropey and there’s a chance a child might get an earthshock, does that make us the enemy of the world. No, these faceless ones sowing the seeds of doom should back off. Toys are an important part of learning and Snide toys teach kids no end of lessons. The leaking batteries could prove the awakening of an interest in chemistry, the blue crystals falling off might provoke a career in geology – if they don’t choke on them of course.
So the draconian forces of the dominators should cease calling bad wolf . I for one will continue to play the long game, refusing to succumb to the heavy hand of fear and will not rest until Snide have made this the pirate planet. Believe me, Snide will fight tooth and claw to maintain our market position
By the way we have at least 42 new ‘Doctor Who’ products in the pipeline including Davros’s accordion, Captain Bob’s sonic toothbrush, Martha’s project indigo USB hub and the UNIT 'attack-mode' mini cooper. Keep an eye out for them at a Snide merchant near you...and don't forget to let us know what you think of them!