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I bought a Piñata for my kids joint birthday party, we were having a little party and I thought it was a cool idea to give the kids some entertainment other than the usual pass the parcel, pin the tail on the donkey etc. I got it home and after buying sweets and lollies to put inside, opened the plastic hole and started to insert all the candy (sorry sweets). After filling I replaced the plastic stopper and set about attaching the unicorn to a stick as it would be played with inside (due to sudden outbursts of rain) outside wasn't an option anymore. I had nothing else to attach it to as it would be tied to a tree any longer. I attached it successfully to a stick and then worked out that we had nothing to beat it with. We plumped for a couple plastic pool cues from a old table my son had.
After numerous hits from everybody, the unicorn was not looking any worse for wear, we decided to change the weapons of choice to wooden spoons. The kids beat the hell out of the poor unicorn but still it refused to spill its load of sweets. The adults now started to take revenge on the poor mythical beast. After all the kids were now tired, bored and really just wanting some sweets! Not many things can withstand a horrendous beating with two wooden spoons, spatulas and many other kitchen implements but this unicorn is one hell of a trouper, in fact they could go to war in one of these things, they are indestructible. It took a long time, lots of whinges from the kids and many tired adults to eventually break the beast, only to find that the sweets had come off worse than the unicorn. Although it was amusing at the time, the fact it cost me £7.99, came with no sweets or sticks to beat it with, it is a little too well made to expect young kids to be able to beat it.
Has 24 individual pull strings. One magic string opens the pinata. Pinata is sold empty.