Who is the Tin Man?
Do you know what Toontes are? This article is for all the people who don’t have a clue what a Toontail is, what it looks like and where they can find them. If you want to know what a Toontail is then read on. In this short article we will go over what a Toontail is and some important facts you should keep in mind when finding your next new toy.
The word Toontail comes from the Spanish word toto (tote) and means “trampoline”. So, what did a Toontail become? During prehistoric times, back in the Paleolithic era, a type of primitive game maybe hunted by primitive men for sport, they would throw rocks at the Toons in the hopes they would run off to safety. Early cave paintings also portray primitive people playing the game. The idea to use the rocks as a source of exercise was later taken and later evolved into the modern sport of toto boxing, although its roots are in primitive cage fighting.
A Toontail is a hard rock, approximately two feet long and weighed up to 15 pounds. They are mostly brown, but some varieties of the Toontail are white, pinkish and even black in color. The toto became very popular in South America, especially in areas that were known for their large populations of capybaras (capus) or big five foot tall tailed macaque monkeys. The monkeys were called Toontones, which is how the modern toto came about. The large population of monkeys made it easy for the developers of toys to come up with a fun game that required the use of a Toon.
Over time, the toy was developed and became a huge hit. It appeared in various forms such as toys, statues, cards, trading cards, action figures, wall hangings and even clothing. In the subsequent books, the Tin Man became more well known as the owner of the Toon, which caused the name to change to Toontail Man from Toontoon (toot-toon) Man. In some cases the Tin Man would be identified as simply being the owner of the Toon, however most instances of the Tin Man identifying himself as such have been retold in cartoons and other mediums by various fictional characters such as the Marvel Family, Batman and others.
In the final books of the Harry Potter series, the title character is described as wearing a Toot Toon hat. In an early appearance, the Toot Toon Hat is saying to have three small bells on it, which is the basis of many of the references the character makes throughout the books and across the franchise. In the films, the Tin Man is often portrayed as wearing a pair of sunglasses, which may explain why he is always shown standing next to the pond. In some scenes, either Tom Riddle or Lord Voldemort can also be seen standing next to the Toon, which are both assumed to be their mentors.
The Toot Toon, although not officially named as such, has had several nicknames throughout the years. One of the most well known is the Toque. Often shortened to “Toot” and more commonly known as “Toon”, the name has also been used to refer to the bald man that constantly stood by the pond in question in the British film version. The American version is more likely to be referred to by its first name, “Toon”.