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This Toy Gun Turns Toilet Paper Into Spitballs, And It Sounds Like Both The Best And Worst Gift Ever

Parents, what do you think of this?

Remember lunchtime in middle school? There you were, with your friends and trays of inedible pizza. You’re laughing, complaining about class and having a good time.

Then, bam! A classmate shoots a spitball from across the cafeteria.

Sure, you and your peers didn’t engage in an all-out spitball war because, after all, who wants to go to detention? But you’ve been known to lock-and-load some wet toilet paper into a straw when it was absolutely necessary. Now, with the Toilet Paper Blaster Skid Shot, toymaker Jakks Pacific has cut out all that grunt work by robotizing the spitball game.

Watch Jakks Pacific’s new toy gun in action in this video posted to YouTube by TTPM Toy Reviews:

That’s right: No longer do you have to hock loogies in order to wet the spitballs. The Toilet Paper Blaster Skid Shot automates the whole process.

How? First, you fill up the blue reservoir with water. Then, you load your thin, 2-ply TP onto the feeding mechanism. Like a high-tech water gun, you pump the handle twice, then pull the trigger.

The blaster shoots out damp clumps of half-sheet toilet paper over a 30-foot range. That means, conceivably, you and your best friend could attack each other with toilet paper globs from either end of your house.

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Sure, Jakks Pacific markets the Toilet Paper Blaster Skid Shot to kids, but you know you and your fellow 30-something coworkers are going to pull out your toy spitball blasters at the next company holiday party.

Plus, you don’t have to break the bank to get the TP Blaster. The toy only costs $20 and can be purchased from Amazon, as well as Target and Walmart.

So, what do you think of the new product? Does Jakks Pacific’s Toilet Paper Blaster Skid Shot sound like the best gift ever or a bad idea? Or both?

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