Good Clean Fun: Play-Doh Releases Mr. Potato Head Style Poop Emoji Playset

October 4, 2018


Because this is the world we live in now, this is the Play-Doh Poop Troop playset (~$15). It includes twelve cans of Play-Doh (four of which are brown) and over 50 accessories so you can dress your little Play-Doh turds up Mr. Potato Head style (I particularly like the dog turd there in the photo). Fun! And by fun I mean why not just play with actual turds? "You mean besides the obvious reasons?" There are obvious reasons?!

Keep going for a couple more shots and a 12-minute unboxing video made by Play-Doh while I fondly reminisce about the first time my mom caught me playing with a cat turd I found in the sandbox.



Thanks to Jessica CW, who agrees teaching your kids to play with turds could be a slippery slope. Or at least a squishy slope with a trip to the doctor at the bottom.

  • MustacheHam
  • Mr Coco

    to the morons who think this is harmless. you won't be laughing when you come to find your child has pulled their poop from the toilet and smeared it all over your house.

  • Shiela Dixon

    Was the Mister Hanky construction set way ahead of its time?

  • Nicholas Conrad

    Whoa, this is grosser than that guy who shot his foot off later. That's right, I read Geekologie backwards, but that's the only way to decode the secret messages from Satan hidden in it.

  • Douchy McDouche

    Because #fecophiliaclivesmatter

  • Jenness

    Come on - this can't be real.

    This reminds me of the yearly Christmas SNL skit where Candace Bergin had this toy manufacturer (Dan Akroyd) who made toys that were uhhh questionable. Like Johnnie Switchblade. You press his head and two sharp knives spring out from his arms. It's hilarious.....and now it's like reality.

  • Ollie Williams

    It is very real. One of my employees went and bought three of them.

  • Jenness

    I hope you fired him for that. Or at least at his lunch out of the company fridge.

  • Wooder

    I remember my kids playing with Poo, yes that was not fun for one of us!
    Are we trying to encourage them to play with it? or understand the different colors of Poo?

  • Tigerh8r

    "Educational" clearly means something different than it used to, you know, like "gender" and "is" and "honest."

  • Ez

    The included Play-doh shades vary from "normal" to "go to the doctor right now". Oh, and there's also "what on earth did you eat?!"

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