I was never into weird things like this John Adam's Gross Practical Jokes when I was a kid, but I must say that it's quite funny (it's hilarious) to trick the kids, or watch them trick each other (just don't do it on me haha).
If you have a cheeky one at home, want to train their humour, or you want to cause trouble yourself (ahh, parents can be pretty devious too, and the occasional pay back time is required to make us emotionally more balanced), this is a great kit to go for.
John Adams' Gross Practical Jokes (RRP £14.99, suitable for 7+) comes with:
(fake, of course)
poo filled toilet farter (it looks like someone had a diarrhea...)
instructions with extra gross practical jokes
|Left: Cracked Mirror!! Right: Me "Can we leave it in the packet?!"|
|Abby shoved the urine spill under Clay:"Mummy! Clay peed on the sofa!!!" ...|
I'm not mentally prepared to open the packet of diarrhea-like poo yet, even though I know that it's most likely not runny if it can make a farting noise. But all I can think of is diarrhea. I am certain it will drive someone crazy!
I like how the kit works with stickers to make things even more realistic (like using the poo smear sticker on a real toilet roll tissue!), and they also teach you how to make edible poo and vomit *covers mouth*.
If you are open to pranks and add some fun to your life, definitely get this kit for your child. If you want to play a joke on other adults, then buy it for their kids!
By the way, have I show you pictures of our trip to the Toilet Restaurant in Taiwan?
The food was delicious by the way!