February 07, 2006
Magic Date Ball Pocket Slider Watermelon Lollipop
Pictured above, it's a triumph of design and function.
In a pocket–sized package (it measures 4.75" high and the barrel is 7/8" in diameter) Mattel and 7-11 (where I purchased it yesterday for a couple dollars, up near the cash register with all the St. Valentine's Day stuff) have delivered one wonderful toy and candy delight.
1) At the top is a working mini Magic Date Ball, with the little window and the dark inky blue liquid inside and the small white thingie with all the triangular faces that say stuff like "maybe," "count on it," "sure," — you know the drill by now.
2) There's a button on the side: you remove the Magic Date Ball, follow the instructions on the label to "slide lollipop up" and a cylindrical watermelon–flavored lollipop rises from the device's body for you to marvel at and enjoy.
3) When you've had your fill you slide it back down and reattach the Magic Date Ball.
Bonus: "For ages 4 and up."
Finally — something we can all enjoy.
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This is awsome! Man who ever invented this master-piece is really going somewhere. I've always wanted to suck on a cylindrical watermelon flavored object, whil shaking my ball and asking it life-altering questions. :)
Posted by: RUceriOus | Feb 15, 2006 10:14:20 AM
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