The Psyduck, a traditional dance, has gone viral on Weibo, with some even selling for over $100. The Psyduck is dancing with objects such as cards attached to it, which might be why the toy is so sought after. [Thanks, ZhugeEX!]
For Children''s Day (June 1), KFC China is undertaking a Pokemon toy promotion where a kid''s meal comes with a Pikachu or Psyduck toy.
Due to its dancing capabilities, the Psyduck toy has gone viral on social media and is selling out quickly. Listings on Instagram are priced at $200 atm pic.twitter.com/INeNGWUhgD.
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KFC''s Psyduck toy is a part of its Children''s Day promotion. June 1 is International Children''s Day in China. Celebrations can include rallies and shows, as well as a reduced price at parks and museums. Perhaps the Psyducks dance is to commemorate children everywhere in the world. There is also a Pikachu toy, although it has not received much attention.
Psyduck, a remake of the original 151 Pokemon, has had plenty of time to teach people of all ages and nationalities. Junichi Masuda, a Pokemon producer, claims the Pokemon is his favorite, and he even participated in a Pokemon Go world championship tournament with his Psyduck. This particular Pokemon often appears in stores. For example, a Psyduck teapotor can sell a life-sized Psyduck plush.
This is not the first time that a kid meal toy from a fast-food chain has become an Internet sensation. In 2010, a Sasuke toy that McDonalds had equited became extremely popular because it could somehow balance anything on its head. Photos of Sasuke balancing items ranging from a rice cooker to a pistol to a motorcycle popped up.
For a limited time, the Psyduck toy is available at KFC stores in China. It is also available overseas via sites such as eBay. However, the original price has been relatively high.