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Humerus The Talking Funny Bone

I'm sure you have heard it said that laughter is the best medicine and I must admit I have those days that I really need to hear something funny. Recently I met a fellow called Humerus The Talk Funny Bone who has helped to keep me smiling even on the toughest days. Activated by the clapping of your hands he is sure to keep the applause going for a long time. He measures 11 3/4" x 2" (about the size of the average Humerus) and is packed full of jokes that are sure to keep him the "funniest guy in the joint." I love that he comes in a package that is just like a stage and complete with his friend Ulnar who is always nervous about something.lol My kids have really had a ton of fun playing with this jokester. I was worried being clap activated that the cats would set him off all night but it really does take a good clap of your hands to get him talking. This would make a great present for any adult or child, but make sure in hurry if you want it in time to give it for Christmas You can find him for sale HERE or on Amazon. The Drew Oliver Company makers of Humerus the Talking Funny Bone want to share the laughter with you this holiday season by offering one for me to giveaway to my fans. Make sure to enter on the Rafflecopter below to have a chance to win. Good Luck :O)
**I received the above mention product in order to write this review. All views expressed are those of my own and were in no way influenced.**
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Comments

Jan Lee said…
I would like to win it for my sister and her family :)
Melinda Dunne said…
I think this would be a great gift!
Adrianne B said…
I'd like to win this for my husband who is a Pediatric ICU physician. He'd love it, and so would his patients.
Megan Parsons said…
I would like this for me because I am a huge medical geek!
Melissa said…
I think my husband would get a kick out of this.
Maria K said…
I think my kids would like this.
My husband lol
Kaci Guisin.Harrison
mediaworm said…
I would love this for my my kids and when I get married my fiance has 7 siblings and they all have lots of kids so it would be nice to have for them too. I think it would be good to lift both his brothers spirit and mine when we have to spend so much time at the doctors office and the hospital all the time. Thank you for the giveaway. Happy Holidays
Angie said…
Andrew would love this!
Jessica Hager said…
I would like to win this for my daughter.

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