Great Job, Internet!: We’re sorry, but here is a furless Tickle Me Elmo

Nobody’s guts are pretty. Even something so pure as cotton can unsettle when it’s strewn in stringy clumps from the belly of some smiling stuffed animal. But not all stuffed animals are filled with the fluffy stuff: Some, they have skeletons. Take the Tickle Me Elmo, for instance. Something makes him giggle. Something makes him squirm with joyous abandon. And that something looks like this:

Ever wondered what #ticklemeElmo looks like without fur ? #tinkering #takeapart @SciTechMuseum #summercamp #mymuseum2017 pic.twitter.com/w6sPwQfnJh

— #ScienceMobile (@ScienceMobileEN) April 12, 2017

#ScienceMobile, a Twitter account of the Canada Science and Technology Museum in Ontario, thought it would be cute to not just skin a Tickle Me Elmo, but to tickle its skinned, furless body. And while Elmo’s guffaws remain the same, the strings of red left around his duck mouth and back torso give it a haunting quality coupled with those …

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