Top Christmas Presents for Children for 2020 (8 of 10)

The "Gotta Go Flamingo" toy is a hilarious take on a delicate wading bird, the flamingo! it’s a fun bright pink, interactive toy in the form of a loveable flamingo that can repeat what you say, eats and then poops!


made by Moose



The Little Live Pets - Gotta Go Flamingo

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photo courtesy of Moose


To see the video of "Gotta go Flamingo" by "Moose" can be seen on Youtube click here



How to play


Once you have unboxed your loveable, Gotta Go Flamingo, named Sherbet, just switch on, then it's time for the fun to begin.

It can repeat what you say, whether it is one word or a whole sentence. Tickle its head, then watch and hear it sing the Gotta Go Flamingo song!

Prepare a meal by mixing together the food ingredients as instructed. Feeding is easy, all you have to do is tip the food into the flamingo’s mouth making sure that it all goes down the hole inside.

Then after a while, Sherbet will let you know its’s “Gotta go” loo time by wiggling its’s neck and tells you it has “Gotta Go” Better get the toilet at the ready! You can do this by simply filling the toilet bowl with water.

After a while and as promised, with a few amusing noises and wiggles etc. the Sherbet will then go for a poop! 

The poop can easily be recycled, Just sieve it through the strainer (provided in the box) the water can be returned to the toilet bowl and the rest will go into making up the food!



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photo courtesy of Moose


What you get

Gotta Go Flamingo

Toilet with a removable bowl for easy cleaning

Play-food  and food scoop (to use with the play food)

Dimensions: 21 x 13.5 x 35.5cm

Batteries included: 3 x AA



Suitable for age:
3 and over

EU Warning:  Not suitable for children under the age of 3 years due to small parts which could cause a choking hazard.



LOWEST INTERNET PRICE: £32.99           


SOLD BY:  Smyths Toys click here, £32.99,  Argos click here, £33.00,
Selfridges click here £33.00


My Verdict

This is one unusual but quirky toy, even though it's a bit distasteful I think to a child it would be the funniest of presents. Not quite my cup of tea though!



Next, I will be taking a look at another much-loved toy that as always been a family favourite that's Playmobil.




Sue Wilkinson

on behalf of
WDTDH

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