It looks like Toys R Us might have a chance for survival at the Jersey Shore...sort of.

Do you remember the Bratz Doll? I know, I haven't seen one in forever either but their billionaire CEO Isaac Larian just announced this past Friday that he made a formal bid of $675 million to purchase a number of Toys R Us stores in the U.S.!

And boy oh boy does it sound like he has quite the plan up his sleeve for the "new and improved" Toys R Us.

Larian said that the new Toys R Us, "will be an experience in and of itself; a fun engaging place where families can spend an entire day. Imagine a mini-Disneyland in each neighborhood."

The only catch is that Toys R Us has not yet commented or made any decisions regarding Larian's offer.

"I did my part and now it's up to the other side to accept this offer. If they do, the real work will begin," Larian added.

Toys R Us, you should so accept because even now being 26 years old, I would go in and check each "Mini-Disneyland" for myself....and for the good of the kids of course.

Check out the original article at NJ.com.

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