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Desktop Kung Fu Boys Are Here to Kick Your a$$

by Paul Strauss
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There’s nothing that makes your office or cubicle more cozy than some fun desk toys. So when I saw these animated martial arts kids over on a Japanese website, I said to myself “I must have these for my desk”!

Kung Fu Boy Electronic Toys

KANFUBOI (that’s Kung-Fu-Boy to you and me) have one purpose in life, and that’s to kick, punch and chop their way through the day. Just set the little dudes on your desktop, switch ’em on, and watch the punches fly. (Actually the one on the left kicks and punches, and the kid on the right chops). A built-in sound sensor sets punches flying on your unsuspecting victims.

Kung Fu Boy Electronic Toys

Their packaging says “Try Me”, and I actually think that’s some sort of a dare. Of course, they don’t just do their Kung Fu moves, they let out the appropriate sound effects as they go.

Unfortunately, you’ll have to find a way to fly these in from Japan if you want a pair for your desk. They’re available from E-Goods for ¥1995 (appx. $18 USD) each.

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