Plastic baby dolls are everywhere in the UK, with the UK becoming the new playground for plastic babies

Posted January 31, 2019 08:54:53Baby face nukes are becoming a thing in Britain, with a plastic baby face nuke becoming the latest toy to come with the tagline “baby face”.

The plastic baby dolls feature baby faces and eyes with faces and bodies molded in various shapes and sizes, which are then filled with a mixture of water and silicone.

Baby face nukes can be bought for between £12 and £15 on Amazon.com and the toy has already sold out on the UK’s online store, according to the toy’s makers.

The makers of Baby face say that the product has been gaining popularity over the past year, and that their baby face dolls are a “fantastic new toy for the baby who wants to play”.

“It’s just such a cute and fun way to make baby faces,” said David Taylor, chief executive of Babyface.

Baby face has already seen a boost in popularity on the US site ToyBiz, which has already taken preorders for more than 200 of the toys. “

People are so excited about it.”

Baby face has already seen a boost in popularity on the US site ToyBiz, which has already taken preorders for more than 200 of the toys.

Babyface says that its baby face has become so popular that they have begun to create more versions of it in the US.

“We have sold out of the baby face version on our US site, and the UK version is now the second-best selling toy of all time on our UK site,” said Taylor.

While it may be tempting to buy one of the Baby face dolls for yourself, Taylor advises that “it’s definitely not a good idea”.

He said that the “baby faces” can be made to be much more realistic with more skin, hair and eyes. “

The more realistic you can make it, the better.”

He said that the “baby faces” can be made to be much more realistic with more skin, hair and eyes.

Taylor also added that there are other plastic baby faces out there that are “really cute and creative”.

It is not the first time that baby face toys have appeared in the media, with an episode of the BBC TV show My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic featuring a doll that was made from baby faces.