What is the Trash Pack? – Flies, Fuzz and Fun: Garbage Collectibles for Kids
A few days ago, I was asking myself a very tough question, “What in the world is the Trash Pack?” I honestly took to the interwebs and messaged friends trying to really get ahold of what these slimy looking little creatures were all about. My little guy is only 2, so the Trash Pack isn’t really in his little world just yet. The moms of some school age boys though… they knew all about these little garbage character collectibles.
The Trash Pack is a line of little collectible creatures based on trash. It sounds gross, and it is! But it’s gross in a fun, silly, and great way. There are a few series of Trash Pack friends out now, and the newest one is series 3. Each series has its own individual characters. You can build your Trash Pack collection with Trashies (the characters), trading cards, and play sets.
The Trash Pack ‘Trashies’ Garbage Truck
- Designed to collect the icky characters from the Trash Pack Gross Gang
- 2 Collectible Trash Pack characters included
- Holds up to 10 Trash Pack Trashies
- Collect Gross Gang characters as you play and Store inside when done
- Compatible with the more than 100 Trash Pack characters available
The Trash Pack Trashies Series 3 12 Pack
- 12 Pack of Trashies – Series 3
- Includes 2 Color Changing Trashies!
- 5 Small Cans + 1 Large Can Included
- Games Booklet Inside
- Collect and Swap!
At first, the Trash Pack might sound a little disturbing, but it’s actually pretty funny. If you’re looking for a little something for a school age child’s Christmas, a Trash Pack set is probably a safe (and for them exciting) choice. These are figurines that most kids will talk about with their friends, trade, play with, and enjoy.
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