The Spotted Furry Phenomenon

August 15, 2012

The other day, while scanning photos on Google in preparation for my daily Facebook post, I noticed a trend emerging from all the images before me.  It was furry and spotted and until then I thought it only existed in suburban yards and country forests.  The fawn.  But not just any old fawn; unbeknownst to me, Disney’s Bambi has a following that verges on obsession.  Truth be told, I never saw the movie as a child and have yet to screen it for my three little ones.  It seems the whole Bambi phenomenon passed me by.  Apparently, I’m the ONLY one. One look at the multitude of products out there and one can only begin to glimpse the whole Bambi sub-culture that exists.  Check out some of my finds and see what you think.  Who knew?!

 

 






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