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GameMaxx PrankPack is Almost Believable

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With the holidays fast approaching we will all be getting together with family and friends to exchange gifts and celebrate. It’s also a time to remember to not get excited about your gift until you open the box and are sure what’s on the box is really what you’re getting. Take, for example, the exciting GameMaxx game controller.

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Prank Pack boxes have pictures and a description of products that looks real on the outside. However, you fill the box with whatever junk you want. I suggest socks. A hilarious new prank box has surfaced in time for 2012 gift giving called the GameMaxx that shows what claims to be the largest game controller ever. The massive controller says it will hold 1 gallon of fluid and has a 24-inch straw to keep you hydrated while you play.

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The box also says that the jumbo gamepad has a multiple speed fan, tons of buttons, a retractable 36″ antenna, and its own sound system. This would be the perfect prank for someone who likes gaming in your life. The only downsides include the fact that if you give this to a kid someone is bound to throw a tantrum, and $8 is kind of pricey for an empty cardboard box.



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