I am pretty sure that most kids love to play tricks on us adults, I know my boys do. They are always looking for an opportunity to give me a fright, in fact a perfect example of this was W putting a gooey toy spider into a kitchen cupboard on top of the salt and to say I got a fright. He was not standing too far away to laugh and gloat at his work.
Where Drumond Park’s Number One best-selling* Gross Magic continues to make audiences go “yeuchhhhhhh!” ad nauseum, the new BOX OF SHOCKS (age 8 to adult, rrp £19.99) is guaranteed to make victims SCREAM and GASP in horror, especially on April Fools’ Day! A ‘must have’ for tricksters of all ages, this sparkling and witty collection of thirteen truly shocking pranks and gags is sure to catch them out on the morning of 1st April!
Every one of these marvellous tricks is cunningly designed to put its owner firmly at the top of the prankster league! Take your victim entirely by surprise and extract that fabulously satisfying shriek that screams out “Gotcha!” loud and clear … But remember, practice makes perfect so don’t forget to put the time in before you embark on your campaign of truly shocking, clever trickery!
The kit comes with excellent move-by-move instructions, and inside is just what it says on the box – think squirting ‘crazy’ ketchup all over your audience’s clothes, showing them how you break your finger backwards, leaving a coiled snake – ready to spring - in a crisps tin, ramming a pen through your hand, hiding a spider behind a coin in a box - so it can leap out at them… and you’ll have just a smidgeon of an idea of what you’ll find in this great new compendium!
and I have to say that the one that actually gave me a fright when I was checking everything out was the box with the spider that pops out, I knew there would be something and I thought I had prepared myself but clearly I hadn't. The spider comes sliding out towards your hand and it is actually a bit creepy. As you can imagine this made The Box of Shocks even more appealing to the boys and they said that they would recommend this to boys and girls so they can trick some people too.
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