Mr. Potato Head

3 weeks ago
Signs that you're a full-fledged old: The gift you're most excited about is a Dyson vacuum and the person with a sack of gifts you're awaiting the most is the wine delivery guy. Can't we just go back to the good old days of flipping through the toy catalog over a bowl of Cinnamon Toast Crunch? You know the young-ins in your life deserve that joy — what you may not know is what the kids are into these days. (Hot tip: kids play with drones now, not toy planes). And with Toys 'R' Us gone, there's not really a store (or a Black Friday ad with more than two pages of toys) to show you what's big.  SEE ALSO: All the best Black Friday 2018 sales, right in one place Hi, it's us. We've done the research, compared ads, and put together a guide to 2018's hottest toys, complete with all of the places they're on sale. You don't need to know what on earth a Hatchimal is to know that you've heard it mentioned nonstop for the...
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October 3rd, 2018
Hasbro has announced its latest Play-Doh set. It's called "Poop Troop." It's kind of like a Mr. Potato Head except that instead of a plastic potato body, you stick the arms, eyes, and other anthropomorphizing pieces into a squishy, emoji-like poop swirl of Play-Doh. Who's in your poop troop?! from giggle-worthy poop monsters to creations like the famous emojis, kids can create a rainbow of their own hilarious Play-Doh characters. You might make a face at the idea, but making silly faces for your characters is literally what it's all about! to start the fun, use the poo mold, tools, and Play-Doh colors to create your character's body. Grab the eyes, arms, mouths, and other accessories and plug them in different places to make all kinds of silly faces. Mix them up for a giggling good time again and again, and don't forget to clean up after yourself! Some people aren't happy: The set is available for $14.99. To note: Four of the 12 jars of Play-Doh are brown. Previously: There's a to...
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