Here are some suggestions for fun but annoying noisy toys for kids. Kids love to make noise. And while it may annoy you to no end, making noise makes them happy!
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A Xylophone and Other eXamples of eXtremely Annoying, Noisy Toys Kids Love
Here’s what I have heard:
“The best thing about being a Grandparent is you can have loads of fun with your Grandkids, get them all wound up with sugary treats, spoil them rotten, then send them home.”
Our own children may not appreciate the sugar, but sugar will wear off in a few hours.
It’s really all those annoying toys kids love that Grandparents love to buy their Grands for Christmas, birthdays and “just because I was thinking of you”.
And then have the gall to send the Grandkids home with these fingernail-on-the-chalkboard scratching, ear-piercing, get-on-your-last-nerve toys.
That kind of toy doesn’t wear off as quickly as sugar.
It’s only when Dad has had enough that he either steals the batteries and calls it broken or throws it against the wall and it really IS broken!
So, if you want to please your Grands while innocently annoying their parents, (and you know I’m kidding here, right?) here are some suggestions for noisy toys kids love.
A list of other gift guides can be found here.It's only when Dad has had enough that he either steals the batteries and calls it broken or throws it against the wall and it really IS broken!
Noisy, Annoying Toys Kids Will Love
So, what did you think of our list of annoying toys kids love?
Go ahead. Take a chance.
Your Grandkids will love these booming, clattering, irritatingly fun toys.
Their parents, on the other hand, may decide that these are annoying noisy toys kids will love to leave with you so “the kids will have something to play with when they’re at your house, Mom”.
Take the risk anyway. You can always sneak it back into their bag before they walk out the door…
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