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Moshi Monsters Series 9 Countdown #8: Going all sweet on you…Swizzle

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Moshi Monsters Series 9: Swizzle

Yesterday Tumbles made an appearance on the blog; today we have a rather swaggering swine, Swizzle in our Series 9 Moshi Monster’s countdown. We are pretty much halfway there now, and so have introdcued you to eight of the delightful new Moshlings in the block.

Description

These guys are a little bit strange, in that they seem to be incapable of walking in a straight line; in fact they swagger about randomly, and then use their odd, rubbery ink-soaked noses to graffiti the walls. They might look like they would be able to give you a few bob as well, but don’t be sucked in; the bling of their necks is made of pineapple rings!

Personality:

Affected, preposterous, boastful.

Likes

To make sure they have enough blin, they are a bit partial to pineapple rings, and they like making a lot fo noise to, so snorting is big with the swaggering

Dislikes

They don’t want to get eaten, so aren’t fond of Flashy Foxes. Because they can’t walk straight, lamposts as a bit of a problem too. They tend to get in the way.

Rank – Rarity

150 – Rare

We have another of the series 9 Moshi Monsters for you tomorrow as well; so make sure you sign up to the blog newsletter so you don’t miss out on this and other lovely posts on our blog. We were named as a short-listed blog in the Most Innovative Company Blogs this week in the whole of the UK for the National Blog Awards, so there you have it!

 


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