Sunday, April 27, 2008

Puke N' Pass©: The Family Game of Infectious Disease Exchange

Come on and try the new family game sensation! Everyone is playing it! Your kids will love it! Once you start playing, you'll never stop! It's Puke N' Pass©! You start the game when someone in the family plays with some other person - knowingly or unknowingly - and comes how to introduce the rest of the family to the game.

Once home, one of your children will immediately pick up on the game. Then the real fun begins! You get all the perks - fever, cough, sneezing, runny nose, puking. As an added bonus, the game also comes with whining, crying, fits over medicine and doctor visits, and sleepless nights!

But wait, there's more!

This is the family game, after all. And what is a family game if you don't have the whole family play? When you play Puke N' Pass©, you automatically get the whole gang in the game. No fighting to find time to sit around a table together. No tokens or fake money to keep track of. And, best of all, no cheating is possible because there is only one rule to this game: get sick or stay well. And like Monopoly, this game really never ends. You can play for weeks and weeks - even while your doing other activities - and still not reach the end of the game!

Call now! Supplies are not limited, but you simply can't wait to play. Come by and shake my hand and you and your whole family can start playing Puke N' Pass© just like my kids have been. Don't wait! You don't want to miss out on this kind of fun!

2 comments:

The Secret Life of Kat said...

That's really funny.

I'm sorry you all are sick! That is NOT fun with little ones. I'll be praying you get better quickly.

euphrony said...

It's a Christmas miracle - sorta. Lil'E just took a 2-½ hour nap. She hasn't napped for that long since she was, like, 18 months old. And her fever seems to be breaking, while Lil'er E is at the moment fever-free.

We'll see where we go from here.

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