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the best gift ever

I got your child a really special present this year because I love your family so much! It was expensive so I expect to see lots of facebook updates all year about it, I'll ping you on Thursdays :)

The box looks REALLY cool from the outside so your kids will be STOKED when they see this and will beg you to start setting it up right away!

It requires some assembly. You will need a 13.4mm tri-groove screw head bit that can be ordered from Shloshy's Bit World in southern Taiwan, haven't found it anyplace else.

When it's set up it takes up 30 square feet on your floor and stands six feet tall. It doesn't collapse back down.

There's a 60 page instruction booklet for you to read and you'll notice that every activity you can do with this toy is one that you and your five year old do TOGETHER! Each project looks really neat so she will constantly ask you to do it, some only take two hours but most of them take four or five, plus troubleshooting when it doesn't go well because you don't want to disappoint your child. Finally, something to occupy all your ample spare time!

It comes with one refill kit but will quickly need more. They are $37.50 each. It cranks out a finished product that lasts for 36 hours then it goes to a landfill so you can refill it and make another thing. See, it's a STEM toy! I knew you'd love it!

It emits a 90 decibel midi version of La Cucaracha at random intervals or when it senses vibrations or light changes in the room. Your kids will love setting it off!

It needs to plug in. The cord is only 18" long for safety so be sure to position it near an outlet or you'll need an extension cord. It ALSO needs 12 C-size batteries for the auxiliary control panel. The batteries last about 45 minutes.

Have fun! Merry Christmas!

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Comments

( 7 comments — Leave a comment )
anais_pf
Dec. 20th, 2017 06:48 pm (UTC)
Droll.
ironphoenix
Dec. 20th, 2017 08:50 pm (UTC)
Having a lovely holiday?
nverland
Dec. 20th, 2017 09:34 pm (UTC)
Sounds wonderful. Just what every parent has nightmares about dreams of
kyliejeanne
Dec. 20th, 2017 10:21 pm (UTC)
This is too funny!
lookfar
Dec. 20th, 2017 11:19 pm (UTC)
You sound so bitter. Didn't your kid like what I sent? I'm hurt.
smittenbyu
Dec. 21st, 2017 03:20 pm (UTC)
I am coming back and reading this numerous times. Because it's hilarious!!

Merry Christmas!!
shannon_elaine
Dec. 25th, 2017 05:08 am (UTC)

Sounds like a race track that Bobby got one year. LOL

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