WHAT THE KIDS SAY
i love this trash can and the little toys that go inside them. i am showing everyone. my friends say they are cool.
I like that I could bring my little trash men with me wherever I go. I like that they are squishy. I want more of them, that way I would have more fun. I wish I had lots of little trash cans for everyone of them.
They are funny looking and I can sqeaze them. If I throw them on the ground they bounce back like a ball, they don't bounce well but still it's fun. I like the games where you try and hit the stacks of garbage cans.
WHAT ADULTS THINK
I wasn't overly keen on these because of their garbage theme, but for Ryan (M6), it seems like the grosser the better. A typical boy! He didn't mind that they weren't very pretty to look at, that they felt all squishy or that they had names reflective of month old leftovers; he still played with them. I guess this is the latest craze as far as trade-ables go. The interest in these collectibles weaned rather fast, but as soon as a friend turned up with a set of his own, Ryan's interest would peak once more.
If my son 7 gets a lot of enjoyment out of this little toy then i really can't complain about the price and what it is. he loves carring these little critters around and showing off his trash can. kind of cute. the critters are cute. we have not played any of the games that are outlined in the directions. my son does not think he should because these toys are just for "fun".
Meet the gross gang from the garbage! Moose Toys introduces The Trash Pack, a new toy line of icky characters named after all the delights one might find in their trash can. These miniature, collectible figures and playsets are disgusting additions sure to top kids wish lists this holiday season! With more than 100 Trash Pack characters aka Trashies to choose from, kids can collect and swap a host of Bin Monsters, Bin-Sects, Hard Rubbish, Grubz, Bin Critters and Bin-Fections with names like Putrid Pizza, Garbage Gull, Germ-Worm, and Mucky Maggot. Each Trashie figure comes in three different colors and is awarded a special status common, rare, ultra rare, special edition or exclusive Trashie depending on its collectability and how easy it is to find. There are even glow-in-the-dark Trashies, who stand out among their less desirable trash-mates in dark and dingy bins. Children can play games with their Trashies like Take out the Trash, Stack the Trash, and more. What makes The Trash Pack even more appealing is the Limited Edition Trashies King Rat, Trash Cat, and Soggy Tomato. A limited amount of these grimy guys can only be found in a selection of packs worldwide!