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Thursday, November 27, 2014

Marshmallowville marshmallow shooter



First, Happy Thanksgiving everyone!! Who doesn’t like a good marshmallow fight? Marshmallowville recently contacted me asking if I would do a review on their shooter. No way I was going to say no to that. I know my family would want to play with them. So in the spirit of Thanksgiving, I thought it was a perfect day to bring them out and them them shoot each other.




To make things fair (ok not fair, but way more fun), I didn’t tell my husband that we had them. Mya and I filled them up and then started shooting him in the living room. He didn’t really know what was happening at first, but as soon as he saw the marshmallows he started laughing.

Once we were done surprising Darin and unloading our marshmallows on him, it was time for him and Mya to have a fight. They each loaded up their shooter, went and hid from each other, after I counted to 20 they then went on the hunt. Whoever hit the other the most times with the marshmallows won. Mya actually won and they had a great time.


One thing you need to remember is to buy the mini marshmallows or they won’t fit. The shooter is super easy to fill. To shoot it, all you do is pump it. You can shoot up to 30 feet. To me that’s pretty far! If you have little ones in the house, they may not like the pop, I know Fallon didn’t really like it at first.

The best part of cleaning it, you can throw it on the top rack of the dishwasher!

I definitely recommend checking them out. I bet your kids will love playing with this and it would make a great Christmas gift. We received the ghostbusters shooter, but there are so many other options and price ranges. Order from their site or find a store near you from their store finder.


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1 comment:

  1. This would be so much fun for my grandsons! What a neat toy!

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