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“Don’t Step In It” Makes a Game out of Avoiding Poop

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Did you know that the poop emoji is super popular right now? You probably noticed. There are poop emoji toys and plushes, toilet plungers, pool floats, and you can even buy chocolate that looks like the little turd. Now, it would appear that the world of toys has gone to sh*t.


The latest product to get our kids to play with their poo is this game from Hasbro. It’s called Don’t Step In It. For $20, your kids can experience the joy of attempting to avoid stepping in poop while blindfolded. I can provide that experience for half the price and it will be much more memorable. Just meet me at the local dog park. I take cash.

The other players place the turds so you don’t know where they are. Step on the fewest poo mounds to win – just like real life. The Playdoh-like turds don’t even look real. Anyway, when a game like this arrives, you know that the human race’s best days are behind it. It’s all downhill from here.

They say you can play solo, but that’s just sad. Any kid who plays this game solo needs counseling.

[via Laughing Squid via Geekologie]



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