With cold and flu season upon us, what better way to celebrate than Bandai Slurpees Snot Suckers
We were sent a snot season survival pack containing some superb snot-coloured goodies!
A fleece blanket, mug, socks, beanie hat, hand warmer, and four snot suckers in a lovely Slurpees Snot Suckers drawstring bag. Unfortunately Big L would not let me dress him up and take his photo – spoilsport.
We received these last week and they have been the source of much amusement, and grossness, since. Big L, who is 7 (and a half) is of an age where bodily functions are hilarious. Lucky for me! We’ve even made a video which is at the end of this review.
Up until now we had *almost* completely avoided slime. That has now changed.
There are 4 different Slurpees Snot Suckers characters to collect
They are all different colours and each character comes with its own pot of slime / snot which is a different colour to the character. There is more than enough slime, which is just as well as you will inevitably lose some…
Slurp it up and squeeze it out!
You put characters nose in the slime / snot pot and suck up as much slime as you can. There is a bit of a knack to this, you need to evacuate as much air from the snot sucker as possible, then put it in the slime and let go so it sucks.
Once it is as full as you can manage you squeeeeze the snot sucker to release the snot. Cue much hilarity as it make a disgusting noise and mess.
We had good fun for quite a while with the Snot Suckers – as you can see in our (highly professional) video!
Slurpees Snot Suckers are priced at £4.99 each and are available from the Entertainer, Argos, Smyths and Toymaster and this affiliate link
*We were sent the Slurpees Snot Suckers free of charge for this review. All opinions are our own
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