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Glory comes in as many forms as Play-Doh, as many colors as a super-sized box of Crayola crayons. Glory for toy designers comes in the form of knowing that your creative juices are leaking out of wrapping paper all over the world, making children everywhere happy, and making fathers curse as they try to assemble toys with instructions written in gibberish.