History WMG / RudolphTheRedNosedReindeer

25th Dec '15 12:43:04 PM FlapjackMax
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His weight fluctuates throughout the year, and his wife has to force him to eat his dinner. Might also explain why he's kind of a {{jerkass}} towards the beginning, but gets better toward the end; he was malnourished and under a lot of stress dealing with his disorder in the beginning, but by the end he had put on weight and was feeling better.

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His weight fluctuates throughout the year, and his wife has to force him to eat his dinner. Might also explain why he's kind of a {{jerkass}} towards the beginning, but gets better toward the end; he was malnourished and under a lot of stress dealing with his disorder in the beginning, but by the end he had put on weight and was feeling better.better.


[[WMG: Hermey eventually becomes the Tooth Fairy in the Rankin/Bass universe]]
This movie is basically his origin story.
16th Dec '15 7:23:01 PM Elan
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Thought of adding this after browsing the FridgeHorror section; my assumption at that scene was that either Santa gave the bird the ability to fly or the bird could fly all along and just didn't know it. Notice that rather than just shove him off the sleigh, the Elf just waves goodbye to the bird who promptly leaps out himself, wings outspread (at least that's how I remember it, I could be wrong)...

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Thought of adding this after browsing the FridgeHorror section; my assumption at that scene was that either Santa gave the bird the ability to fly or the bird could fly all along and just didn't know it. Notice that rather than just shove him off the sleigh, the Elf just waves goodbye to the bird who promptly leaps out himself, wings outspread (at least that's how I remember it, I could be wrong)...wrong)...

[[WMG: Santa Claus has an eating disorder]]
His weight fluctuates throughout the year, and his wife has to force him to eat his dinner. Might also explain why he's kind of a {{jerkass}} towards the beginning, but gets better toward the end; he was malnourished and under a lot of stress dealing with his disorder in the beginning, but by the end he had put on weight and was feeling better.
4th Feb '15 10:40:02 PM TVRulezAgain
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[[WMG: This takes place in the same universe as ToyStory.]]

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[[WMG: This takes place in the same universe as ToyStory.WesternAnimation/ToyStory.]]
26th Dec '14 9:09:26 AM CJCroen1393
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* I can't believe no one thought of this.

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* I can't believe no one thought of this.this.

[[WMG: The Misfit Bird can fly now]]
Thought of adding this after browsing the FridgeHorror section; my assumption at that scene was that either Santa gave the bird the ability to fly or the bird could fly all along and just didn't know it. Notice that rather than just shove him off the sleigh, the Elf just waves goodbye to the bird who promptly leaps out himself, wings outspread (at least that's how I remember it, I could be wrong)...
24th Dec '13 6:32:15 PM jarxon6
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* It's also been said she was there because she was "depressed" at never having been loved, whereas dolls are supposed to be perpetually happy. This, of course, pushes her into TearJerker territory, depending on who you talk to.

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* It's also been said she was there because she was "depressed" at never having been loved, whereas dolls are supposed to be perpetually happy. This, of course, pushes her into TearJerker territory, depending on who you talk to.to.

[[WMG: This takes place in the same universe as ToyStory.]]

* I can't believe no one thought of this.
13th Nov '13 2:32:57 PM EnglishGuruLady
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* Or maybe the doll was just rejected for being seen as a "cliched" toy. Dolls are rather common toys and there are probably some girls who see dolls as overrated.

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* Or maybe the doll was just rejected for being seen as a "cliched" toy. Dolls are rather common toys and there are probably some girls who see dolls as overrated.overrated.

* It's also been said she was there because she was "depressed" at never having been loved, whereas dolls are supposed to be perpetually happy. This, of course, pushes her into TearJerker territory, depending on who you talk to.
4th Nov '13 4:59:54 AM CaptainTedium
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Unfortunately for her sake, she is an anatomically correct male. This happened as a result of bored assembly line workers deciding to make a doll like this as a joke and see if it got past the product inspector at the toy factory. It did, and as a result ended up a Christmas present for a little girl named Sue that upon receiving it asked "Mommy, why does my dolly have three legs?" After checking under the skirt and seeing that the doll was packing, it was taken away from the girl by mom and dad. After dealing with customer service of the toy company and getting a more conventional doll, the doll with a little extra was thrown away, which lead to the Ruler of the Island of Misfit Toys to pick it up and bring it to the island.

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Unfortunately for her sake, she is an anatomically correct male. This happened as a result of bored assembly line workers deciding to make a doll like this as a joke and see if it got past the product inspector at the toy factory. It did, and as a result ended up a Christmas present for a little girl named Sue that upon receiving it asked "Mommy, why does my dolly have three legs?" After checking under the skirt and seeing that the doll was packing, it was taken away from the girl by mom and dad. After dealing with customer service of the toy company and getting a more conventional doll, the doll with a little extra was thrown away, which lead to the Ruler of the Island of Misfit Toys to pick it up and bring it to the island.island.

* Or maybe the doll was just rejected for being seen as a "cliched" toy. Dolls are rather common toys and there are probably some girls who see dolls as overrated.
29th Oct '13 1:28:31 PM 493251gen
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How did Hermey come to live among the elves? Perhaps he was an orphan who was accidentally taken by Santa (like in the movie ''Elf''.) Or maybe he was left on the Claus' doorstep. The special doesn't seem to have much interest in his origin story, but a human origin would explain a lot of Hermey's differences.

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How did Hermey come to live among the elves? Perhaps he was an orphan who was accidentally taken by Santa (like in the movie ''Elf''.) ''Elf''). Or maybe he was left on the Claus' doorstep. The special doesn't seem to have much interest in his origin story, but a human origin would explain a lot of Hermey's differences.
1st Sep '13 1:10:23 PM 493251gen
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Unfortunately for her sake, she is an anotomically correct male. This happened as a result of bored assembly line workers deciding to make a doll like this as a joke and see if it got passed the product inspector at the toy factory. It did, and as a result ended up a Christmas present for a little girl named Sue that upon receiving it asked "Mommy, why does my dolly have three legs?" After checking under the skirt and seeing that the doll was packing, it was taken away from the girl by mom and dad. After dealing with customer service of the toy company and getting a more conventional doll, the doll with a little extra was thrown away, which lead to the Ruler of the Island of Misfit Toys to pick it up and bring it to the island.

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Unfortunately for her sake, she is an anotomically anatomically correct male. This happened as a result of bored assembly line workers deciding to make a doll like this as a joke and see if it got passed past the product inspector at the toy factory. It did, and as a result ended up a Christmas present for a little girl named Sue that upon receiving it asked "Mommy, why does my dolly have three legs?" After checking under the skirt and seeing that the doll was packing, it was taken away from the girl by mom and dad. After dealing with customer service of the toy company and getting a more conventional doll, the doll with a little extra was thrown away, which lead to the Ruler of the Island of Misfit Toys to pick it up and bring it to the island.
27th Dec '12 11:24:37 PM fonner666
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Unfortunately for her sake, she is an anotomically correct male. This happened as a result of bored assembly line workers deciding to make a doll like this as a joke and see if it got passed the product inspector at the toy factory. It did, and as a result ended up a Christmas present for a little girl named Sue that upon receiving it asked "Mommy, why does my dolly have three legs?" After checking under the skirt and seeing that the doll was packing, it was taken away from the girl. After dealing with customer service of the toy company and getting a more conventional doll, the doll with a little extra was thrown away, which lead to the Ruler of the Island of Misfit Toys to pick it up and bring it to the island.

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Unfortunately for her sake, she is an anotomically correct male. This happened as a result of bored assembly line workers deciding to make a doll like this as a joke and see if it got passed the product inspector at the toy factory. It did, and as a result ended up a Christmas present for a little girl named Sue that upon receiving it asked "Mommy, why does my dolly have three legs?" After checking under the skirt and seeing that the doll was packing, it was taken away from the girl.girl by mom and dad. After dealing with customer service of the toy company and getting a more conventional doll, the doll with a little extra was thrown away, which lead to the Ruler of the Island of Misfit Toys to pick it up and bring it to the island.
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