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Mr. Potato Head

potatoAnother blast from the past — Mr. Potato Head!  My kids are in love with Mr. Potato Head.  It’s one of the great toys that make you use your imagination yet it’s easy enough for my 2 year old to do.  It’s amazing what kids can do with only 13 pieces.  The other thing I love about Mr. Potato Head is that it is able to store all of its pieces inside itself.  This fall there are two new Mr. Potato Heads coming out:  The Fryer Fighter tater and Captain Potato Chips (okay, I’ll admit I’m giggling as I am typing that).  The Fryer Fighter has its own handy fire extinguisher while the Captain Potato Chips comes with a peg leg, eye patch,and hooked hand.

This is a great gift for children of all ages.  They will have fun for hours and will giggle at the creations that they make.


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2 thoughts on “Mr. Potato Head”

  1. This is definitely one of the best toys ever! I used to play with it for hours, and I think I still have it somewhere in a box. I curious too how the "new potatoes" will look like, anyway I don't think that they'll surpass in reputation the original one.

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