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Wednesday Addams, Keyring - (8cm)
  • Wednesday Addams, Keyring - (8cm)

    Wednesday Addams, Keyring

    Size (Approx): 8cm - long / 5cm - across



      Wednesday Addams is a fictional character from the Addams Family multimedia franchise created by American cartoonist Charles Addams. She is typically portrayed as a morbid and emotionally reserved child that is fascinated by the macabre, often identified by her pale skin and black pigtails.


      She is sweet-natured and serves as a foil to the weirdness of her parents and brother; although her favourite hobby is raising spiders, she is also a ballerina. Wednesday's favourite toy is her Marie Antoinette doll, which her brother guillotines (at her request). She also paints pictures (including a picture of trees with human heads) and writes a poem dedicated to her favourite pet spider, Homer, she also has a pet squid named Socrates. Wednesday is deceptively strong; she is able to bring her father down with a judo hold. Although she is obsessed with death, the macabre, and enjoys being miserable, she is also good-natured, smiles and dances often, and with a slight distaste for torture.


      Wednesday is the titular character and is interested in being a detective. She has an interest in writing novels, specifically gothic mysteries. She tries to publish her works, but they are seen as far too shocking and macabre to publish. Other than writing, some of Wednesday's other hobbies are cello playing and fencing. She also knows German and Italian. It is mentioned that Wednesday is allergic to any colour other than black, white, or grey. She retains her generally emotionless nature, Wednesday also shares a similar appearance to her distant ancestor, Goody Addams, who is a "witch of great strength" and has the same psychic ability as hers.



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