HARM has a disease that forces him to only speak the absolute truth. Because of this super-truth-spewing power, HARM also has no friends. This is a sad sad fact. People don’t like hearing the truth about themselves, nor the truth about their futures, whether it involves their perverted lust for 80’s sitcoms, their overbearing low esteem problem, or even the extra appendages that are growing out of their kneecaps that were always intended to be a secret.
Throughout his life, HARM has unintentionally, but consistently made each and every one of his owners mad to the point of destruction, in which case they tear poor HARM apart, leaving him lying in a pile of his own tears, ripped fur and cotton stuffing. However, each and every time he gets ripped apart, he only vows to make himself stronger, literally pulling himself together, forging new body parts out of other discarded toys, and finding new homes in the arms of new victi…(ahem)…I mean, new “friends”. After all, he just wants someone to like him for who he is, not for what he says… He really loves you.
HARM first appeared in Alex Pardee’s popular underground 2002 calendar “Astrology is Dead”. The calendar included Alex’s artistic view of the astrological signs and also included 12 not-so-nice horoscopes narrated by HARM himself. HARM, in one of his many destroyed phases, also appeared on the cover of the calendar, which sold incredibly well, despite virtually no advertising or publicity. Next appearing in the 2004 calendar forecasting horoscopes for each month.
This plush is a must for all collectors. This toy is addictive and too darn cute!