TechRadare has teamed up with Voodoo, a new line of Voodoo dolls that are designed to be worn by celebrities.
The line features Voodoo zombies, voodoo beasts, voodoo and voodoo animals.
Voodoo also offers the “voodoo doll” and “voo-doo” dolls.
Voodoo is a type of animal which has been used as an animal model and also as a decoration.
Voo-Doo is an African American slang term meaning a black person who lives in the hood.
It is a racially loaded term.
Voodoo dolls, which are marketed as “voodoo”, are not designed to help children with autism or other developmental disorders, but instead to entertain children.
The dolls come in four flavours, including a “vooloo” version, a “zombie” version and an “animal” version.
“It’s not a ‘zombie’ doll, it’s a ‘voodoo’ doll,” said Voodoo.
“The idea is that it will help children who are experiencing autism, but it’s also a really helpful model for people who have other developmental disabilities.”
The company also announced a line of “zoo animals” for toddlers.
The animals are designed by the company to resemble “tiger cats” and are priced at $15,000.
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