Yes, it wasn’t a misprint. I did ask you if you were prepared for Christmas blister package accidents? Every year we buy presents for our friends and loved ones in hard clamshell blister packages. So it is one rip and tear away from a Christmas blister package accident!
Gifts, especially for children are so exciting and they dive in headfirst ripping off the paper, then alas, struggle with the blister packages. The thing is, blister packages don’t rip. They are steel trap strong. And personally I don’t understand why small toys need to be locked fort Knox-like. I mean you’ve already bought them for the kiddies.
So you offer to help. You rip, twist, and tear. And even with your gym membership superman strength, nothing happens but frustration. Your next step is to grab the scissors but that only makes the plastic sharper. Pretty soon you will become a statistic of a Christmas blister package accident.
“Geez, Dad, your bleeding on my super hero figures.”
“Will the blood hurt the batteries Dad?”
“Daddy, Mommy says you need to put some money in the swear jar.”
So what to do about Christmas blister package accidents? Stuff your stockings with plastic bandage strips. I know, I know, it’s an odd stocking stuffer, but honestly you will be happy when you don’t need to run out to a convenience store on Christmas day to buy some.
Just wanted to say that I’ve been busy with other websites of late and have been a little lax on this my first blog. This blog I raised from a tiny tot, or should I say Giga-tot. Anyway a friend pointed it out to me (not giving out names, Fred) that I have let my little blog sit unloved. Hope you enjoy my insights or outsights however you may view them.