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When I ran an Ebay shop a few years ago I sold hen night goodies; most dirty but some cleaner products for the shyer hens. These willy toys were a best seller for a while, I sold them at £1.99 with free postage but as they're harder to come by now you've got to expect to pay anything up to a fiver.
They're fun, for a bit. It's a rude take on the old kids toy; when I was a child in the 80s they had things like Kermit, trolls and weirdy waggly-eyed critters in place of the willy, but they'd fizzled out by the time I had my kids and Willie was the first I'd seen of these cute pop-up toys in years. And the most interesting.
All is does is pop up, and not particularly high either. You simply lick the suction cup, push it down so it gets into contact with the plastic base and let go. After a few seconds the suction cup will lose it's grip and a concealed spring forces the willy upwards with a little snap. It jumps off the table slightly, but not to the extent I used as my Ebay piccie - I'm actually surprised I never received bad feedback for one of these as after trying it out myself sometime later I can tell you I'd be disappointed to have paid two quid for it!
The Willie character is fab; obviously not the kind of thing you'd want your children to be playing with, but as far as adult entertainment goes he's a cheeky and totally non-threatening little thing. Bright pink with a beaming smile and arms aloft, Willie obviously enjoys his role in life! There's not a pube in sight, nothing to offend Nanna if she glimpsed it in the drawer (other than the fact it's a penis) and definitely not an erotic item! It's a 3D version of a cartoon willy.
It feels robust but cheap, the willy itself is very plasticky but I've got confidence that it's not going to fall to bits after a bit of handling. It's fitted onto the spring well and I can't see that it would fall off unless treated very roughly, the plastic base is the only aspect I have my doubts about actually as it feels very loose and flimsy - this has been the case from day one though and its never fallen off or been broken, although to be honest the pop-up willy isn't used very often so I wouldn't expect wear and tear to be a problem. That's the problem with this really; it's a kids toy with a rude design so the options of actually using it are limited - I tend to have a quick go if I happen to notice it in the drawer, but in all honesty I have better things to do with my time than repeatedly making a small plastic willy jump a few millimetres off the tabletop!
Strangely, considering the design, the packaging states that this toy is not suitable for children under 36 months 'due to small parts'. Erm, I'd elaborate on that and say it's not suitable for children at all 'due to the fact it's shaped like a penis'. Daft statement, on a par with a bag of peanuts declaring that it 'may contain nuts'.
For a laugh this is a great product; fun for hen nights or girly nights in, Willie is sure to keep you all giggling and entertained. For a few minutes.