Sweet Secrets, the magical toy from the 80s (aka the most important decade in the history of decades) that encouraged children to lie to their parents.
Because the glamorous children of the 1980s needed their own version of Transformers, Galoob Toys created Sweet Secrets. Sweet Secrets were these plastic cookies with plastic jewels on top and you’d wear them as bracelets and hair clips when your parents were around, but when you were alone they’d transformer into tiny little jewel girls or tiny little jewel animals. There was also a Sweet Secrets jooree box that turned into a house and a Sweet Secrets bed that turned into a comb. Even though your parents bought it for you and saw all the commercials, they still didn’t know that your ugly ass bracelet was actually your secret playmate . This nosy dad doesn’t suspect a thing!
Yeah, this is one of the reasons why those of us who grew up in the 80s are so fucking weird. And Sweet Secrets should really make a comeback and put out a line for adults. But instead of hiding every child’s favorite playmate (a weird dolly with plastic bangs), it can hide every adult’s favorite playmates (a Valium and a weed bud).