I was sent a few products for review from a company called Spread Heads! These are funny little characters that you attach to the tops of things such as ketchup, mustard and toothpaste to add something fun to your squeezing experience. LOL
I was sent Ketchup Charlie who you attach to the top of your ketchup bottle (they attach easily by just screwing on) who has the ketchup come out of his nose like a nosebleed and Mustard Marvin who pretty much pukes out the mustard. Ok, I know what you're thinking, gross right? Well, they are pretty much a little boy's dream idea. LOL My boys thought they were hilarious and I have to admit, Brian, my cousin Rachel and I were quite amused ourselves. At only $3.99 each, they are a cheap and fun way to liven up a picnic or birthday party (which is when they seem the most practical to use, seeing as you can't really put them back in the fridge with them on because there is nothing to close them with).
The other products they sent me for review were Toothpaste Oscar and Toothpaste Pete. Oscar is a cat and Pete is a dog. They attach to the top of the toothpaste tube and when you squeeze the toothpaste, it comes out of their mouth. The are pretty darn cute. The also have a little arm attached to them and you put it in their mouth to close the tube, so that's nifty. The kids think they are cool. My only issue is they get all covered in toothpaste because kids don't tend to be especially neat with that kinda thing, so I have to go wash them off constantly. But, the kids think it's fun and if it's something that makes the idea of brushing your teeth fun for kids, I'm all about it. They are only $4.99 each, so they are an inexpensive way to add fun to teeth brushing time.
I am thinking these would be great to grab and hold onto for stocking stuffers or to use as prizes for games you play at a birthday party or something like that. So, go to the Spread Heads website and check them out!
Disclosure: I received these products for free for review purposes. My opinions expressed in this review were honest and genuine and I was in no way persuaded by the company involved.
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