Take a look behind the scenes look at some prototypes of the previous creatures, soon to be featured on the DVD bonus features.


Here are a couple of unfortunate puppets that will never escape their wooden tomb.


Kermit the Frog found dead of hypothermia, aged 53.


Finally, here is a sock rabbit. I am not sure if I have this picture the right way up.


Quite frankly, if you have any desire to see more sock-related characters ever again for the rest of your life, you are a mean spirited son of a bitch who doesn't understand gratitude. If you would like to purchase one of Plethora's sock pals, check out this fun and informative link to an online store which probably won't scam you, but we take no responsibility if they do. I got out of the organized crime game in 2004 and have no interest in returning to it. Thanks to Plethora and GiantShoe, the forum goons who made socks, everyone who requested socks and even you, my sock-wearing readers. Next week's Goldmine will focus on the unsung hero of the footwear genre; the sandal. Join me next Tuesday, you'll kick yourself if you miss it!

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