Toxic Magazine Reviews
Product Type: Egmont Publishing magazines & newspapers
Description:Genre: Kids entertainment / Type: Magazine / Issued: Fornightly
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by - written on 17/01/11 (Very useful, 118 readings)
My kids have always loved getting themselves a magazine each month, especially the one's that come with a multitude of "freebies"(that you usually pay through the nose for!), though just before Christmas my son seemed to grow older before my eye's, forgoing the usual Ben10 magazine in favour of something a bit more grown up, and to be quite honest in places, revolting! The magazine in question is - "Toxic". To me this is a really boy orientated magazine, full of revolting pranks that can be pulled on other people, and even more revolting (funny!) jokes. There are pages of cute animals doing strange things, ie a poodle ... Read the complete review
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