Beanie Boo Quiz – Which Beanie Boo Are You?

<span class="author-by">by</span> Samantha <span class="author-surname">Stratton</span>

by Samantha Stratton

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Take this Beanie Boo Quiz to find out which Beanie Boo you are. We update the quiz regularly and it’s the most accurate among the other quizzes.

Pablo was recently given to me as a gift, and he is one of the cutest and softest TY toys I have ever received! Pablo is one of the Beanie Boos baby animals with the extra-large eyes that make them so adorable. If you haven’t guessed, Pablo is a dog, a chihuahua to be exact, which explains his big ears and adorable small body.

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Pablo is the smaller, 15 cm sized toy that I have, and he fits well in my hand, despite the fact that he’s a little bigger than my palm! Pablo is a well-crafted toy with no stray stitching and is very well stuffed. There are beans in his entire back end and body, all the way up to his head, which helps keep him standing upright, and while you can move his paws around a little, he generally stays in that stiff sitting position. You can wiggle his short tail if you want, but it will also return to its original position when you finish. Also, you must try to play this Beanie Boo Quiz.

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The fluff that covers the majority of his body is very soft, softer than many cuddly toys, and it’s part of the reason he feels so cuddly. The inner ears are the only thing that differs in Pablo’s body. It’s made of the same soft material as the TY Beanie Boo Orson, but it’s flat rather than furry and has a glittery purple all over it, though this glitter is stitched into and is part of the soft fabric rather than separate bits of glitter like in the TY Beanie Boo Orson.

I adore the eyes on all TY toys; they have a clever design that allows the black pupils to look at you no matter what angle you are standing at when looking at Pablo’s face. And his eyes are the same gorgeous purple glittery color as his ears on the inside. Pablo’s only hard parts are his plastic eyes and small plastic nose; the rest of him is very soft.

Like all TY Beanie Boos, he comes with his own heart-shaped tag with a little rhyme inside and his birthday: June 21st.

I adore Pablo’s appearance. I adore his Mexican name, as well as the lovely color and pattern of his fur, as well as the gorgeous purple color of his ears and eyes. He’s one of the happiest and cutest TY toys I’ve ever seen, and he’s perfect for any child or adult. He’ll be adding to my ever-expanding collection of these toys!

About the quiz

Beanie Boos were discovered for the first time in June 2009, and there were only seven of them. Peanut the Elephant, Waddles the Penguin, Slush the Husky, Kiwi the Frog, Coconut the Monkey, Bamboo the Panda, and Bubblegum the Koala were among them. Later that year, the second batch was released, which included Kooky the Koala, Slush, Waddles, Kiwi, Coconut, Bamboo, Cleo the Lemur, and Bubblegum the Lemur. Bubblegum’s name had been strangely changed to Kooky, there were two new lemurs (Bubblegum and Cleo), and Peanut had vanished. Peanut is the first beanie boo to retire, making him the rarest.

Cleo and Bubblegum were quickly retired after that release because they were too similar to two Yoohoo and Friends characters created by the company Aurora World.

Ty kept making beanie boos and retired Kiwi and Kooky. They created a new Peanut, who was taller and had blue ears instead of pink.

Beanie Boos won Best Toy in the Plush category at the annual Learning Express convention in Jacksonville, Florida in 2011.

Nibbles the Hamster was retired in 2011 because the company Aurora Fruit thought he looked like the Marill And Friends characters.

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