This is the Joyfay 6.5-foot-tall (78 inches) Giant Teddy Bear. It comes in white and brown and costs just under $US110.
For the most part you would think that this was just a gigantic toy bear — and you'd be right — however, the exact proportions of the stuffed toy have led to people absolutely losing their shit online.
You see, there's no other way to put it: the bear has some long-ass legs.
Like, a-lot-longer-than-its-torso legs.
The two Giant Teddy Bears have over 100 reviews each (and 4.5 stars out of 5), and some don't even mention the enormously lengthy legs. People are quite happy with the product.
Answering a question on Amazon, someone said that of the 78 inches that make up the bear, 36 are delegated to the legs. That's a lot of legs.
"Hideous! The legs are like four feet long making the bear look like a creepy gumby thing. I got this for Valentine's Day and would have rather had a cheaper more proportional bear...I mean this isn't even cute."
"I was expecting the bear to be huge because it's 6.5 feet right? No, all of its height is from its legs and the legs are longer than its upper body."
"Long legs but otherwise good."
And some people were pissed about the pictures used to advertise the bear:
On Twitter, screenshots of the reviews have gone viral. It's left everyone in a very troubled, erratic and hysterical state.
Basically everyone was: (a) losing their mind; (b) crying; (c) specifically mentioning "long ass legs"; or (d), talking about how badly they wanted to buy the bear.
In a video review, YouTuber drumr828 described — in detail — the issue with the long-ass legs.
Drumr828 thinks that both the 4-foot-tall model and the 6-foot-tall model are essentially the same, with Joyfay choosing to just lengthen the legs (and only the legs) of the 4-foot model to create a taller bear. That's why the legs are so, so long.
Turns out quite a few people own the bear already:
After asking what sized long-ass bear we'd like to buy, a spokesperson for JoyFay said the bear has been improved and no longer has long legs. Which, tbh, is a bit of a shame.