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Sometimes Gross Is A Very Good Thing

by Bill Sweeney
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This post has been sponsored by Moose Toys.  All opinions are my own.

Sometimes life can be gross and parenting seems to bring out a lot of these, um, interesting moments. While I’m sure each and every parent out there can think of more than a few instances of unplanned grossosity since we’ve all been there and done that, it just seems to become part of the job. It’s not really a big thing, kind of. It becomes old hat…almost. Just take a minute and think about it. Dirty diapers, random pee incidents, cleaning up soiled bedsheets and clothing all ring a bell? Let’s not forget throw-up in our laps or hands and boogers being wiped on our clothes. Oh yeah, I have seen and done it all at this point. Even today, the kids get sick. my boys love nothing more than farting and burping and my daughter Natalie LOVES making slime…and having me feel, touch, and test it all out. Talk about gross…and this is intentional!

One thing I know for certain, my two boys love all things gross. Like I said, there’s really nothing bodily or otherwise that is too off-limits or too-gross. That’s why they absolutely love playing with Moose Toys’ Grossery Gang. They can’t get enough, they think it’s the funniest and best toys just about ever. Since launching in 2016, the collectable toys have captured the imagination of children around the world. With a range of over 450 characters released to date, some of the “rotten” but lovable characters include Garbage Mouth, Dirty Danish and Slop Bucket. The grosser the better.

If that wasn’t all enough, the boys have a new movie they absolutely love…and it’s gross. Putrid Power: The Grossery Gang vs. The Clean Team. According to Moose Toys, the Australian toy company behind the global phenomenon Shopkins, the decision to release the 33-minute film via YouTube was a logical step for the brand to allow kids across the world to get their gross fix on the big screen. The boys are loving life, playing with their toys while watching the movie. Can life get any better?

In Putrid Power, fans will be treated to a gripping story of The Grossery Gang taking on the new evil force known as the Clean Team. With Cheap Town now under the terrible threat of being cleaned up for good by the evil Vac Attack and his team of clean freaks, Putrid Pizza, Dodgey Donut and the rest of the gang must band together to fight the power of clean; to save themselves from getting mopped up by the baddies.

Check out the awesome YouTube-only movie,“PUTRID POWER: THE GROSSERY GANG VS. THE CLEAN TEAM”, right here!!

Epic action images and ready-to-print home premiere packs are now available on The Grossery Gang  website!!! To get even more Grossery Gang, you can:

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Sometimes Gross Is A Very Good Thing was last modified: September 3rd, 2017 by Bill Sweeney

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5 comments

Stacie @ Divine Lifestyle August 9, 2017 - 8:26 PM

That is kind of awesome. This reminds me a little bit of the Garbage Pail Kids from way back in the day. I guess every generation needs some gross!

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Theresa August 10, 2017 - 9:26 PM

I have girls and they are not sugar and spice. They do get a kick out of gross things too. Grossery Gang sounds like something that they would surly love!

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Jocelyn at Hip Mama's Place August 11, 2017 - 8:34 AM

This is too much fun! I think the kids will definitely find this toy enjoyable. It’s gross, but at least it’s just a toy! That’s good enough for me, better than seeing them play with actual gross things.

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Toni | Boulder Locavore August 11, 2017 - 5:21 PM

That looks so fun for kids! They surely love this gang!!

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Annemarie LeBlanc August 12, 2017 - 7:57 AM

I believe this would be a nice gift for my nephew. He would also love that 33 minute movie, Putrid Power. Grossery Gang is a great toy from Moose Toys. I will let my other friends know about this.

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