It’s a dangerous path I bounce, but the best thing about being me is that I’m the only one who can bounce it!
Now usually this kind of post is only fit for Heffalumps and Woozles, but I thought we could share this Disney Pin Trading Tigger TTFN pin with everyone:
My heritage is British and so the phrase TTFN was used almost daily in my household. Of course, it wasn’t heard only after someone was bounced by a rambunctious tiger character. We were a bit too reserved for that!
Pin Trading is perhaps the longest and most successful merchandise line in Disney history. Vinylmations and Tsum Tsum have come and waned, but these little pieces of tin just won’t go away!
When was the last time you paid only $6.95 US for pin? Jumbo pins can get quite expensive, but if you have to have it because it features your favorite character, any price becomes reasonable!
“TTFN, Ta-Ta For Now!”