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- Insert your thumb into the hand pockets, pull back, and let it fly
- The rubber arms allows it to shoot up to 50 feet while it screams through the air
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These are cheap, novelty items made outside the U.S. After some short laughs and several pulls on this little bugger, one of its hands snapped off. Upon close and further inspection (and as expected) those cute, little, cotton mitts were sewn and connected to a pair of long, rubber tube (imagine a quality tubal slingshot)... with ONE strand of white, cotton string... I repeat...ONE strand of white, cotton string per hand. It's not surprising that these things would eventually snap or fall apart.
After some short "sh*ts and giggles" of hearing this little monkey holler for dear life while flying through 10 feet of air, I analyzed that the funny yet annoying primate, recorded scream was too lengthy for the amount of air-time. Technically speaking, the novelty wore off as soon as the sound lasted longer than the action.
Overall, a nice laugh, but that was about it. Not surprising that the price dropped from when I originally purchased it.
I would throw it, it would scream through the air, which is hilarious by itself, and that boy would act like he was zapped with electricity. Every last part of him was on "red alert! - intruder! - red alert!" mode. He would then race across the yard faster than the Flash himself and grab that evil monkey, violently shake it from side to side while locked in his jaws, slam it on to the ground, pull on its arms, legs, face, try to gut it....it never really was a game of fetch because he never wanted to bring it back. He wanted to kill it.
This ridiculous toy cost me just a couple of bucks but gave me some of the best laughs I've ever had when playing with my pet. It's destroyed now. The boy successfully gutted it, exorcising the evilness out of it, and it was given a burial. If you have the room for your dog to run, you must get this toy.
This is an awesome multi use toy, the band's are very strong, the monkey flies far, the scream is loud and abrupt, could be fun to scare people with... the mask and cape easily clip off if it's not your thing...they had to go as I have a one year old who would bite them off...
It's a good buy and compact, I am putting them in my kids stockings and in my operation Christmas child boxes.
and it is a 'hoot and a half.'
My only complaint is that the finger sockets in the hands are a little small.
(or said another way my fingers are a little to big for the sockets.) But, it still works.
I work in performing arts and and had the opportunity to 'fire' it into my boss's office.
His response was "I can't believe you have one of these too.
I bought eight of them last year for my nieces and nephews. They're great.
I won't promise that your boss will find as much humor as mine did but it's worth a shot.