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This article contains misconception that may confuse you. Keep in mind that the page, Kissy Missy includes only facts that are canon alongside with all our other pages!

Reason: Huggy Wuggy and Kissy Missy are not siblings. It’s been confirmed that they are spouses.


Kissy Missy


Preparing for departure in 3... 2... 1...! choo! choo!
Kissy Missy's cardboard cutout.


"Kissy Missy is more than just Huggy Wuggy’s better half. She is a beacon of Playtime Co. policies and won’t hold back on letting the people know about it. Listen up and pucker up for this fuzzy pink lady."
Digital Collectible Profile.



Kissy Missy[1] is a toy produced by Playtime Co., she was created in 1985, a year after Huggy Wuggy's release. Her only appearances so far being in the form of posters in Chapter 1: A Tight Squeeze, and in Chapter 2: Fly in a Web as a minor character/ally.

Appearance

Kissy Missy's appearance is very similar to Huggy Wuggy's. Like Huggy, she is a tall, slender creature with thick fur, but she is dyed pink rather than Huggy's signature blue. The rest of her features such as her blue bow, yellow hands and feet, and eyes are similar to Huggy's with the exception of her long eyelashes and eye color. She also seems to have a very elastic and flexible build, just like Huggy Wuggy. It is unknown if she has gnashing jaws like Huggy, or if she is even capable of becoming aggressive like her male counterpart. It can be presumed that, like all the experimental toys at Playtime Co., Kissy Missy is organic in nature.

Personality

With Huggy Wuggy, his general premise is to hug children, with his name being a play on the word 'Hug'. Going on the same logic, Kissy Missy's purpose would be to kiss children, hence it can be safely assumed that her toy form's personality is loving and kind.

Based on the Digital Collectible Campaign, she is a stickler for rules and does not hold back on reprimanding those who go against said policies.

Unlike the other toys who are very hostile, she appears to be benevolent, sweet and helpful towards The Player, even going so far as to assisting them in opening the gate door via the lever on the other side rather than killing them. It is currently unknown whether this will remain as a façade or if it really is her true personality.

Story

Backstory

Little is known about Kissy Missy, but through gathered information, it is learned that she was made in 1985, a year after Huggy Wuggy was created. It is speculated that Playtime Co. made her due to the fact that Huggy skyrocketed in popularity, and so seized the opportunity to create a feminine counterpart to further boost their popularity.

This was and still is a common trope in almost every industry to date. Should there be a boy/girl version of a toy, usually a variant of the same toy is released as the opposite gender. It has been confirmed that Kissy Missy is Huggy Wuggy's love interest.

Chapter 2: Fly in a Web

Kissy Missy appears and helps the player

Kissy Missy makes a minor appearance in Chapter 2, in the Cart Corridors. She is first seen walking towards the Player, in a fashion similar to how Huggy Wuggy walks when triggering the Vent Chase. She looks at the Player for a short moment, then notices the lever nearby. She proceeds to pull it downwards (albeit unsuccessfully on her first try, but manages to get it on her second try) to open the metal gate. As the gate slowly rises up, she looks at the Player once more, and walks away. Once The Player reaches the end of the corridor from which she had come from, Kissy is nowhere to be seen.

Trivia

  • Before her official name was revealed on Twitter, "Lovey Dovey" was a popular name for her fans.
  • Kissy Missy's relation to Huggy Wuggy has been confirmed, shown on the Kissy Missy Collectable.
    • As her description stated: ""Kissy Missy is more than just Huggy Wuggy's better half..."
      • The term better half means a partner or spouse.
  • A deleted, original ending features Kissy Missy hiding in the train's cart. After the Player crashed the train and reached Playcare, Kissy would walk to the player and give the key to the Playcare. Afterwards, she departs and walks towards Playcare, leaving the Player behind.[2]
  • For reasons unknown, Kissy Missy has what appears to be a tear in her left eye while pulling the lever in the entrance mines.
    • This is due to the model not having its own textures, instead just replacing visible blue fur with pink fur from Huggy Wuggy's model.
  • Digging into the game files reveal that Kissy's initial shadowy gait was really Huggy's Vent Chase initial model, but later switched to her pink model.
  • Digging further also reveals that Kissy simply disappeared upon rounding the corridor.
    • This could be because the developers simply didn't want to complicate/ mess up animations.

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