Top Christmas Gifts 2011: The Trash Pack Garbage Truck Review

Let’s face it, some children love grossness and The Trash Pack Garbage Truck is designed to appeal especially to them. There are more than a 100 of the ‘Gross Gang in your garbage’ figurines available for your child to collect and use in creative play.


The Trash Pack Garbage Truck

Without fail every year there are toys that have an ick factor that bowls kids over and they’re not satisfied with any other toy as a substitute. This year, that’s the case with the Trash Pack Garbage Truck from Moose Toys. For more details and customer comments:

The Trash Pack ‘Trashies’ Garbage Truck

What is it about this line of toys that makes them so popular? It’s the grossness associated with the collectible toys and really, it’s a brilliant marketing idea to stick small figurines inside of trashcans for kids to seek.

But more than that, the toys are actually pretty cool so a warning here – once your child begins to collect them, he’s not going to want to stop. The small toys themselves are called ‘trashies’ and the garbage truck can hold (and transport) just over 10 of them.

When you buy this toy, you get two of the highly wanted ‘trashies’ with the truck. They’re called the ‘Gross Gang in your garbage’ and there are more than a 100 of these gross gang figurines for your child to collect.

As an added bonus (and to a kid’s thrill) there are a few very special figurines among the trash and those are the trashies that glow in the dark. The Trash Pack Garbage Truck from Moose Toys are called by that name because they’re based on the icky delights you would see in a household garbage pail.

And kids are absolutely nuts about them. They come labeled through different categories like Putrid Pizza. You’ll also find them in Grubz, Mucky Maggot and Bin Critters. While the names of these toys might make a parent shiver, kids are raving about the popular toy. It is these trash-mates that the garbage truck hauls.

Kids can put their ‘trashies’ into the truck like the fish that’s rotted or the cheese that reeks. You’ll also find discarded appliances, tossed away apple cores, bugs and (shiver) rats among these squeezeable collectibles.

In the Grubz line, you’ll see little guys like the Garbage Egg and the Awful Pie (that looks like it’s vomiting) and you’ll also notice the Rancid Steak figure. The pizza one and Off Cheese and Sicken Chicken all have the same silly grin on the figurine faces.

Kids love the rubbish line in these toys like the Smelly Sock and the Putrid Boot. The Bin-Sects sound as gross as they are (to a parent anyway) and have such names like Rancid Roach and Bin Scab Beetle.

The Trash Pack Garbage Truck from Moose Toys gets to haul away such gems as the Flesh Eating Virus, the Chicky Pox and the Flu Virus and kids love every single one of them.

When you get the truck to haul away and store these garaba-licious toys in, don’t forget to pick up The Trash Pack ‘Trashies’ 5 Pack Collectibles so that your child can start building his collection.

You might also want to get the Trash Pack ‘Trashies’ Collectors Tin so that your child will have a place to store them as his collection grows. In fact, you might want to get this when you purchase the truck because your child is going to keep adding to his collection fast.

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