My wife and I recently went to Party City to pick up some supplies for Alex’s first birthday party next weekend. While we were there it was my job to find some trinkets for the goody bags. Immediately I headed over to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle items. There were some really cool little toys. Some finger puppets, Rubik’s cube, bubbles, crayons, etc… What I found on the bottom of the rack though is something that I haven’t played with in a very long time. A Whoopee Cushion. A Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles whoopee cushion at that! The best part is it was only a dollar, so what did I have to lose? And who was printed upon the green bag of joy? Dr. Prankenstein himself, Michaelangelo.
Upon arrival home I had to show my new toy to the kids. Alex fell asleep so I was left with Abby Doodles to bear witness to the greatest invention ever. I took the cushion out of the package and while Abby pondered the peculiar object I filled it with its precious fuel, air. Now this is where the fun begins. I set the cushion down on the chair and asked mom to have a seat. She happily obliged and let out a loud air biscuit. Maniacal laughter began pouring out of little Abby’s mouth and already it was requested to fill the cushion again, and again, and again.
There’s something to be said about the sound a whoopee cushion makes. It’s just hilarious to kids. Even some adults such as myself. I had so much fun with my daughter for a few hours with a toy that only cost one dollar. I would mark that as a win in any book. Tomorrow Alex will get his chance to fill the house with laughter… and fart noises.
7 thoughts to “We Laughed for Hours and It Only Cost a Dollar”
Haha, now she gonna start pranking you with it
Two great sounds- laughter and farts. Thanks for sharing this and for linking up #bigfatlinky
Haha brilliant! Live a good prank and anything to spread laughter #bigfatlinky
You just took me back 30 years….. I loved those things. and Toilet humour never gets old!!!
Whoopee cushions are fab for all sorts of things as are remote controlled fart machines ;). I remember my sister hiding it in a saucepan and giving mum the fright of her life by ‘pressing the button’ when she took the lid off…
Yup, everyone loves a fart story!!
very good post….