Big Mouth Toys The Toilet Monster - Green
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- Toilet monster in green
- Adheres to the toilet lid with suction cups
- Great prank
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On my end, the suction cups worked pretty well - although the little monster comes folded up and I think flat shipment would make it stick even better since the plastic crease wouldn't work against you - and the final effect was amazing! 5:30 in the morning I hear a "DAHAHAHAH!" from my husband about falling over from the shock of a green monster jumping out at him from the toilet. It was awesome! Best investment in ages!
Seymore Butts (as I named him) is made of good quality material. But for a couple little design flaws, he could have earned 5 stars: 1) toilets come in two general sizes, and he is not quite big enough to reach front to back on our elongated toilet seat, & 2) because of the way he was squashed into his package for shipment, his face has taken a set that keeps him from unfolding properly - he is permanently looking to the right. Minor details that don't really interfere with the fun!
She flew off the can like she had been launched.
She has always been concerned about the alligator/sewer situation. At least she knows different now, eh?
Scary green monster's hands work well with suction cups that stick to the lid but the lower 6 or so suction cups didn't stick as well so we just let the green blob float on top of the water. The monster really is as big as it looks in the picture and of high quality construction. I'm glad we bought this.
I must say it was a super gag for the morning of April Fool's! Huge hit with everyone in the family!
How I made it work:
For $2 I bought a 'hat' at a medical supply shoppe. That's one of those plastic things they insert into a toilet to catch the flow for testing. I wanted one that had never been used, which is why I bought it new. (You might be able to get one from your doctor's office for free.)
We only have elongated toilets in our home, which is why I decided to use the hat. I used clear packing tape and taped the front and sides of the base of the monster to the hat. The back side of the monster naturally folded under the hat in back, so I didn't worry about that. I never have any luck with suction cups on anything, so I didn't plan on relying on those to work.
(Little detail: the suction cups are designed to stick to the underside of the top seat, not to the base of the toilet.)
The hat sat nicely in the front of our toilet. It was a stretch for the arms to reach the lid, so I just used packing tape for those, too. (No way the suction cups would have held.)
Attaching the monster to a hat made it a lot easier to move. Sometimes the suction cups stuck, other times they did not.
Like others, the monster's face was out of shape when it arrived. I didn't worry about it. But you could use hot, hot water or maybe a hot blow dryer to try reshaping it.
In the end, the monster didn't stick out of the toilet like the product picture shows. But the effect was still the same! (If I can figure out how to do it, I will post a picture of our end-product.)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Scared some folks at first, but the suction cups gave out quickly and the thing ended up in the toilet more than stuck to the lid.Published on March 29, 2013 by Russell H. Bittle Jr.
This jewel of a pranking unit is very effective in making its intended victim jump out of his or her skin.Published on February 24, 2013 by Len