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The virtual isn't as cute as the plush, but I LOVE the PSI. I might consider buying this.
Virtuals are NEVER as cute as the plush.
Reason1: You can't hug it!!!
Reason2: It just isn't as cute. Maybe other people think differently, but oh well. LOL.
Reason3: It's eyes aren't so alive.
Reason4: They don't feel soft.
Reason5: Each of them don't look like individuals.
About the Mohawk Monkey...
He looks cute! I mean, if you look at him at a distance, it's like "What in the world is that?" but he has this awkward look about him that makes him look ADORABLE. I would definitely make him a boy. Ganz has gotten a little bit weird ever since they created the Girls Rule Room. Well, for one thing, they didn't make a Boys Rule Room. It's not like everyone in Webkinz World are girls, right? Well, then they made a bunch of other pets that definitely had girl-like PSIs. Such as this one, which looks to me like a boy. I mean, a Rock Star Girl with a mohawk? Sort of weird. The rock star outfit is okay. It doesn't match the pet. I would give the Mohawk Monkey like a Karaoke thing or a Hip Hop Musical Jungle Gym. Maybe save this outfit for a different pet, eh?
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