These little worms are fun and cute, everyone seems to enjoy them. They are fuzzy and soft. They are like pipecleaners with a string down the middle, the only thing that I wasn't pleased with was that they come in little baggies that press down their fur during shipping. So they are a little flat at first. But who cares? These were a great purchase and good value for money.
April 3, 2012
Waste of money.
Can't sell them, until we figure out how they work since there are no instruction.
June 10, 2014
Not worth it
You can make these yourself for a whole lot less. Too small for the price. Disappointed.
March 24, 2013
HUGE waste of money
I bought these for my son's camping party- thinking they would be good for the goody bags. I was embarrassed to even show them to my husband. There are no instructions on how to use them. Should have cost about 50 cents a dozen not $8.
February 24, 2013
Not the best, but still fun!
Bought these for my 6 year old birthday party, as my son was given one of these as a gift and loved it. These were not as good quality however. The fur is not as fluffy and the transparent string is not as strong (so it snaps easily).
BUT it works if only for an afternoon of fun. The kids loved the 'magical' effect of watching the creature crawl "by itself" across their arms and hands. Lots of fun, although the kids were a bit disappointed when the string snapped from the animal and couldn't use anymore.
Trick to use correctly: Unwrap the string only a quarter or half way and hook the tab into a belt buckle or pocket of pants. Then both hands are free to run under the creature so it appears to be 'crawling' over your hands and arms.
October 30, 2012
Magic Worms Not Magic
As a plain plush toy, these are cute, but there is nothing magic about them. There are no instructions or means of finding out how children can make these do anything special other than being a cute worm on a mysteriously useless string.
July 27, 2010
My son loved them.
My son absolutely loves these things. Ours were in great condition. Tying the string on is tedious as my 40 year old eyes can't see the string! But once we got past that, my son has played and played with them, developing tricks and putting on performances.
May 20, 2010