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Road Rippers Crushasaurus!

Hi Neighbors!

Here's another gift idea!  Toy State Road Ripper's Monster Crushasaurus!  You can play two ways with this monster truck!  Either press the buttons for unique play or you can use the remote control!  The Monster Crushasaurus performs 360 degree spins!  And this truck has lights and sounds!  For parents, there is a mute switch!

I know quite a few children that would be excited to receive this as a gift!  Imagine their faces playing with this new Monster truck!  Monster Crushasaurus is for ages 4 and up!






Toy State has loads of trucks and cars for your child to play with.  There are construction vehicles, monster trucks, lights, sound and action!  Check out their website for other GREAT gift ideas.  You can find these toys at Walmart, Target, Toys R Us and Kmart.

Hurry up and enter this one!  One neighbor will receive a Monster Crushasaurus. This giveaway will only run for one week, so enter quickly!



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Comments

karenmed409 said…
as long as the kids are having fun, I don't mind the noise.
DEBIJOT said…
Noisy toys are okay - if they are in another room.
DShope said…
I don't mind noisy toys as long as the kids are having fun.
Steph said…
Noisy Toys do not bother me, so I would say Yes, I like them.
Sandra VanHoey said…
I'm not crazy about noisy toys but if the kids have fun with them, I have always purchased them
Sandra VanHoey said…
I've purchased many and if they kids like them, that is what they get. Sometimes after listening for too long, it needs to quit for awhile. Not sure if my last comment went through and forgot to put my name
Sandy VanHoey
scottsgal said…
I like giving noisy toys as gifts
Unknown said…
My children have so many noisy toys, I am use to it now, doesnt bother me at all. :-)
Miranda said…
I usually like noisy toys if they're outside
rubynreba said…
I like noisey toys!
Darlene said…
No I don't like noisy toys but if they kids like them I like them.
tawndam said…
no... not really... (that's why this would not be at MY house... lol)
Unknown said…
noisy toys are great! I LOVE them!
Sharon Schoepe said…
I don't mind noisy toys. However they do tend to get on your nerves after awhile.
andrea v said…
I don't like them unless they are outside or in their playroom
Brittany said…
Yes, they make my son happy.
degood said…
I don't like them but my son does and he takes them to the basement to play with them so it is fine with me.
Danielle S said…
I can take some noisy things.

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