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Oops! You did it again. But before you go owning up to your mistakes, try the Instant Excuse ball - it may keep you from getting in a whole mess of trouble. Each 3-3/4" (9.5 cm) hard plastic ball comes with twenty different excuses ranging from the obvious, "My Dog Ate It," to the obscure, "Mexican Food." Illustrated window box.
Oops. You Did It Again. But Before You Go Owning Up To Your Mistakes, Try The Instant Excuse Ball, It May Keep You From Getting In A Whole Mess Of Trouble. Each 3" Hard Plastic Ball Comes With Twenty Different Excuses Ranging From The Obvious, My Dog Ate It, To The Obscure, Mexican Food.
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An awesome gift kind of hard to see the triangle and wordsPublished 5 months ago by Rachel Kulakowski
This was a cute gift but really not much purpose once you read all the excuses and get your laugh out. Cant really expect much more so its alright for what it is.Published 17 months ago by W. Young
I bought this for a party at work a couple of years ago and people we jokingly fighting over it. Who can't use a new excuse now and then? Lot of fun for a gag gift! Read morePublished 20 months ago by Rhonda
You couldn't really see the excuses in the ball or if you did it was always the same on as if it wouldn't turn properlyPublished 22 months ago by Jennifer Friesen
Bought this for a college student. It has been a real ice-breaker and super-fun. Everyone who walks in the room plays with it.Published 23 months ago by wordlady
I have it on my desk at school. I am a math teacher. The kids enjoy it but many of the excuses are really more for the corporate world. "What memo? Read morePublished on July 5, 2013 by Allison