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Possible Answers: GI JOE.
Last seen on: LA Times Crossword 6 Apr 2018, Friday
Random information on the term “Boy toy?”:
Girls’ toys and games are toys and games specifically targeted at girls by the toy industry. Some commentators have argued that the market for girl’s toys and games is more challenging than that for boys’ toys and games.[dubious – discuss]
Games and toys, or types of play, in many cultures are gender (and age) neutral, but some are given a gender role (masculine or feminine). Games given a gender role are exclusive or segregationist, and a game labelled as such is often considered by both children and adults as appropriate for boys or girls but not both, though the difference[which?] may be difficult to discern by cultural participants[further explanation needed] and outside observers. Some games, such as many sports, are or were officially gender segregated, and the gender role given a toy or game may effect its marketing.
For example, in European and American culture, mumblety-peg is traditionally considered macho and dangerous, and thus a boys’ game, as a knife is inherently dangerous and shouldn’t be played with. In contrast, jump rope and clapping games are considered[by whom?] girls’ toys and games, and may be considered inappropriate for boys.[why?]
Random information on the term “GI JOE”:
1:6 scale modeling, a.k.a. Playscale Miniaturism, is a hobby focusing on the collecting and/or customization of commercially produced 1:6 scale action figures and accessories.
The term “Playscale” originally represented the domestic, urban or civilian expressions of the scale, especially when coed, and not, usually, exterior genres, like military and adventure themes. As such, it came to represent cross-genre miniaturism, as well, which routinely includes elements from the former. Miniaturists who focus exclusively on exterior themes tend to prefer the protologism sixthscale.
This scale is fairly new to the modeling world, having been standardized in the early 1960s through Barbie and G.I. Joe toys (it is not clear exactly when these figures were first used for mainstream modeling purposes). Most of this style of miniaturism is constructed around posable plastic figures. The average 1:6 figure stands roughly 30 cm (12 in) tall, representing a 1.8 m (5.9 ft) tall human. Figures can be outfitted in a wide variety of mass-produced, limited-production, and custom clothing and items. Some people undertake vehicle projects ranging from tanks and helicopters to sand rails and jeeps. Talented “customizers”, miniaturists specializing in construction of one-off and limited production items or the extensive modification of stock products, are limited only by their imagination.