1. For starters, Woody (Tom Hanks) comes to life the minute there aren't any humans around.
2. And he summons the whole crew.
3. Literally every toy starts moving and talking.
You think this doesn't happen when you go to school? You're wrong!
4. Can't see? No problem. Easy fix!
5. Need some covert spying done? HANDLED!
6. And unfortunately, toys can get hurt too.
Makes you think twice about how you throw them into the bin at night, doesn't it?
7. And also struggle with how to put batteries in correctly.
8. But they have superpowers that help them return to their motionless state within seconds.
9. Buzz Lightyear (Tim Allen) is more perceptive than some scientists.
10. And he, and the rest of the toys, can make quite sarcastic comebacks.
11. And have difficulties when it comes to working out.
12. They're skilled.
But sometimes not skilled enough to avoid being knocked out a window. Luckily, falling many feet doesn't harm toys like it does humans.
13. They fight back against those who hurt them or their friends.
Even though Woody didn't mean for Buzz to fall out the window — he just wanted him to fall behind the table!
14. They're quick on their feet.
15. And can get physical.
16. And a toy is just as heartbroken when it gets lost as you are when you lose one.
Ugh, poor Woody!
17. Toys* know that safety always comes first.
18. They know the hefty requirements of getting an M.D.
19. Toys can get discouraged.
20. But they also can bounce back with humor.
21. They fix each other.
22. And know how to work together.
23. Especially when it comes to getting out of sticky situations.
24. I mean, do you think something that's not alive could think up this really creative plan?
25. They know in really desperate measures, it's OK to break the rules.
Like, talking to humans.
26. They can fight for their lives.*
*This lesson was best demonstrated in Toy Story 3.