Build-A-Bear Workshop is loved by many for its interactive toy-making experience. While the store primarily markets its plushies toward children, a TikToker discovered that Build-A-Bear’s website has a hidden page that contains “racy” items for the adult audience.
TikToker Rena shared this video detailing the items currently available on the Build-A-Bear “After Dark” website.
- A teddy bear wearing a shirt that says “Sun’s Out Buns Out.”
- A female puppy wearing a shirt that says “Here for the Margs” with a margarita accessory.
- Various summer-themed gift sets of Pawlette (a bunny plushie) wearing a swimsuit while holding a coconut cocktail.
Rena is particularly amused by the store’s “Lovable Lion Champagne Gift Set,” which features an adorable lion plushie wearing a red satin robe while holding a champagne bottle in one hand and a glass in the other. The lion’s product page includes a dramatic picture of the lion appearing to pour a drink while sitting on top of a white, fuzzy rug near a cozy fireplace.
“This gives new meaning to a racy teddy!” Rena wrote in the video’s caption.
TikTokers were surprised by the existence of Build-A-Bear After Dark and found Rena’s video hilarious.
“I wish I was the person in charge of setting up these shoots,” a TikTok user commented.
“The fact that they’re scented makes me think I need one,” another wrote.
“The funniest thing about this collection is that they make you confirm that you’re at least 18 before they’ll let you see it,” someone noted.
Other TikTok users grew very fond of the Lovable Lion gift set.
“The lion is giving very much Hugh Hefner,” a TikToker joked.
“That lion would treat me right I just know it,” another said.
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