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Pillow Fights Gets Real (Soft) Weapons

by Shane McGlaun

On occasion, my daughter or son will call me from one of their bedrooms to come help with something. I know things are not right when the first thing I hear is “Pillow Fight!” and then start getting hit. The bad part is that when my daughter runs out of pillows to throw, she has been known to resort to chucking Barbie dolls and Hot Wheels at me.


What we need for those pillow fights is these plush weapons by Bryan Ku to make things more realistic. They’re made out of everyday fabric and stuffing with different weapons like a grenade, ninja star, axe, cutlass, and even a lightsaber silkscreened onto them.

I am really digging the lightsaber and the nunchucks. Though I wonder if that long and thin lightsaber has enough rigidity to be effective in a pillow fight. I’d stick with the nunchucks and go all Bruce Lee on my opponents.

[via BoingBoing]

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Comments (1):

  1. Laura Gray says:

    Nice post. Keep posting more about this. Thank you for sharing.

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