Friday, 2 October 2015

LOGO Lite and Og on the Bog Giveaway



Win this great pair of table games from Drumond Park –
perfect for playing over the Christmas break


A fabulous new game to bring out when family and friends come round, new LOGO LITE (rrp £19.99, age 12 to adult) is not only a pack of 264 new cards which are fully compatible with Drumond Park’s phenomenally popular picture board game, LOGO - but also a brilliant new game concept in its own right! Players take it in turns to answer all the LOGO questions on a card, and each answer they get right earns them a turn on the spinner.  The aim of the game is to collect six different-coloured disks… everyone will be in fits of laughter or weeping with frustration – it can take a lot of correct answers to win that last colour…!

Both girls and boys will love the completely outrageous new OG ON THE BOG electronic action game (rrp £22.99, age 5+).  The players are creeping up on Og while he sits on his bog in the forest, trying to steal his loo rolls… stand by for the most disgraceful farts and gruesome grunts (really!)  

Carefully lift a roll from the gnarled stick outside, but wait for it – if the bog explodes you have to give back one of the rolls you have collected… and start all over again! This game is simple to play, but already proven to be hugely appealing to a vast range of youngsters – including girls and boys right up to 11 and beyond, who just never seem to grow out of the timeless appeal of shameless lavatorial larks!


For stockists and to play games online, visit www.drumondpark.com

Drumond Park have kindly offered three winners the chance to win both games. Ends on the 2nd November.
You only need to comment and follow the blog, using the easy rafflecopter below. All other entries are optional. Enter as few or as many as you like!


82 comments:

  1. I remember when my eldest son first went to the potty himself for a number two! He was so pleased that he picked it out with his hand and ran through into the living room with it and placed it on my lap! I was happy for him but wasn't keen on him placing it on my lap, especially when my friend was there for coffee!

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    1. Great story. A good one to tell once he starts dating!!

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  2. A Belch is just one gust of wind,
    That cometh from thy Heart...
    But should it take the downward trend,
    It turns into a Fart


    :)

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  3. When we go into the public toilets my son has a habit of asking very loudly why myself and his sister don't have a willy!

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  4. One of the first times my youngest started using the toilet, she fell into it!!

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  5. I've got lots of stories that are a bit revolting so I'll save those for another time!

    When my sister was little she dropped her favourite toy, Huggy Bear, down the toilet. He was ok after a trip in the washing machine!

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  6. growing up my brother and me had a shared garden with the people in the flat above. the other family were not clean and would the little girl would always play on our stuff and wee on our slide. one day my brother was eating some crisps in the garden and started crying. he had dipped his crisp into what he thought was chocolate, but actually the girl had pooed on our seesaw. my mum has ocd and i have never seen her panic like that before. so wrong! we still wind my brother up about that now, 24 years on

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  7. dont really have a funny story but i have had to buy a 'target' sticker for our toilet because my son doesnt appear to have a decent aim and im not keen on my tiles being sprayed :/

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  8. Whenever we go anywhere my friend's daughter always insists on checking out the toilets as soon as we sit down, she doesn't need to go she just likes to go and have a look for some reason!

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  9. Visiting B&Q as a child I needed to go. I was told to hold it in which seemed daft with all those lovely shiny toilets about - So I went. My mother was horrified!

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  10. my daughter decided to use the toilet water to put in dogs bowl eekkkk good job clean

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  11. if we are out my daughter has to go to the toilet to see how posh they are!

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  12. every where we go my son has to use the toilets its like he's gotta check them out

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  13. when I was potty training my son I suddenly learned where toilets were everywhere we went as he couldn't hold on for long!

    Ashleigh

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  14. Public toilet, me and my 2.5 year old, she said out loud: mummy? are you changing a nappy like me??? (was having my period at that time, TMI sorry) I stopped breathing and pretended I wasn't there

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  15. My kids had a habit of singing about their toilet journey and describing how it was going very loudly in public toilets! Cringe!

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  16. Why was Tigger in the toilet? ... He was looking for Pooh! : )

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  17. When my brother was young he fell down the toilet and got stuck

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  18. When my brother was young he fell down the toilet and got stuck

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  19. My son is fascinated by different shaped toilet seats and will always comment loudly on what the shape is and how much he likes it or not. God knows what listeners think he is commenting on!

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  20. When I was potty training my daughter, every time she did a wee in the potty she'd punch her fist in the air and shout "Yes I did it!"

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  21. When I was younger I was at a posh restaurant I went to the Loo and came out, walked back to the table. When it was time to leave the person at the reception pointed to my shoe and there was like a WHOLE ROLL stuck to my foot. My younger brother were on the floor laughing as they KNEW and were not going to tell me. I walked walked through a whole resturant. It was so embarrassing!

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  22. When I was a kid apparently I called the toilet 'dom' (after the then current 'Big Bad Dom' Domestos advert), so many trips were accompanied with me yelling how I wanted Dom, and I wanted Dom right now! Thankfully I was too young for me to now remember it...

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  23. My child once tried to take the opportunity to quench his thirst!

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  24. Oooohhhh I have no funny stories :(

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  25. When I took my son to the public loo once when he was 3 or 4 he was loudly asking why I didn't have a ***** like his Dad.

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  26. I live with s boys so I often have toilet rage involving toilet seats or dribbles!

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  27. While my niece was growing up (until she was about 6) I always had to put my foot under the door to 'keep it shut' when we went into a toilet when we were out just incase somebody walked in - even if she'd already bolted the door! If I moved my foot she'd start panicking.. Although at home when growing up they really aren't bothered and will happily leave open the door!

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  28. The guilty look they have when they forget to use the potty :D

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  29. My daughter always shouts out I can see you nu nu mummy lol

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  30. My youngest always likes to enquire loudly in a public toilet, You doing a Poo Mummy?

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  31. when my toddler was just starting to talk and the postman came to the door. She shouted out "arsehole" to him. She meant "parcel"!!

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  32. Very interesting blog, looking forward to more wonderful! swarovski crystal beads

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  33. my 5 year old son always chats to me when he sits on the toilet

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  34. When my son was first potty trained we were really praising up everything he did on the toilet. We were in a busy restaurant and I took him he came running out shouting daddy I did poo poo! I was so embarassed!

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  35. Mine always seem to think its ok to come and talk to me when Im on the toilet to ask me to open things, where things are etc? No privacy!

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  36. My eldest once got himself stuck in the lav. He was just at that stage when he wanted to start going by himself, heard him shouting me as I was creeping upstairs to check all was ok, but he'd slipped into the loo with his legs & his head sticking out trapped. Luckily hubby came home at that time & we managed to get him out, couldn't have done it on my own he was well & truly stuck in the seat!

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  37. Taking my niece to the toilets and she walks out of he cubicle holding the toilet seat, still unsure what she did.

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  38. I have a wonderful picture of my daughters when tiny, one sitting on the loo and the other on the potty. They seem to dislike me showing it to boyfriends

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  39. My boys like to tell the checkout people all about it = leanne w

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  40. I really really would love to win these for my family. Fingers crossed! x

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  41. My son loves public toilets and especially loves the silver smelly ones you find at parks and train stations.

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  42. My children like to use the hand dryers in toilets - they think they are great !

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  43. My mum said I always emptied the potty on the floor everytime I used it!

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  44. no toilet humour lol

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  45. One day my son was really quiet in the hall so I went to check on him and with a felt tip he had coloured his arms, legs and face. "im a tortoise" I couldnt help but laugh!

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  46. Well my little girls favourite joke to tell me is "where do horses live??? In a neighbourhood!"

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  47. Pam Francis Gregory9 October 2015 at 11:15

    Once found my little one trying to clean the cat in the toilet bowl! Not a happy kitty!

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  48. My daughter once done quite a few poos at once and said look mum a family of poos!

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  49. When my daughter was 2 and a half she said she needed a wee and couldn't wait. So not being near any toilets, we did what any parent would do and let her have a wee behind a tree. Only it wasn't a wee, it was a big poo, I had to find a carry bag quickly so I could clean up the grass after her.

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  50. For Christmas last year I got given Sudoku toilet paper. It’s useless. You can only fill it in with number ones and number twos.

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  51. I used to put my potty I my head clean of course and my mum loves to show everyone the photos nearly 40 years later!!

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  52. There were a group of youths around our way who would put an "i" between the "to" and "let" on the estate agents boards. It was always make me giggle

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  53. When my son was little he once fell down the toilet and got stuck.

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  54. Why did the toilet paper roll down hill?
    To get to the bottom!

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  55. I remember while on a school holiday to france, we stopped at local toilets, was my first encounter with stand up loos.

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  56. When my three year old nephew goes to the toilet he always says his pooh smells like bacon.

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  57. lillie has a thing about coming in the toilet with me and giving me the toilet roll a piece at a time....takes sooooo long but its that or a full blown paddy

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  58. i think it has to be when my son flooded our bathroom by trying to flush the whole packet of toilet rolls down the toilet one at a time , it blocked and overflowed…took me hours to clean it all up

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  59. I don't remember there being child's toilet seats when I was younger. I used to constantly fall into the loo and needed to shout for someone to help me out -_-

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  60. As a kid we had to use the outdoor loo as the house was being renovated, just remember it being so cold.

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  61. My kids constantly make me laugh, but especially my youngest with his new grasp of language. Today I was told I was teasing him!

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  62. My son won't use the toilet anywhere but home or Grandma's!

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  63. My son did a number two on a display toilet in Homebase !!!

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  64. during toilet training my nephew would shout at the top of his voice in gaelic whenever he did a number 2 and everyone had to go look at it.

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  65. my daughter's friend has to line the toilet seat with paper before she will use it

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  66. I remember looking under the door of public toilets when I was little as I was intrigued who was behind the doors! (@PeanutHog)

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  67. i remember holding in my wee for hours and hours on a school trip all because i didn't want to get undressed lazy child lol

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  68. If you sprinkle when you tinkle, be sweet and wipe the seat!

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  69. It makes me laugh when mum's take their little kids into the toilet and they just decide to open the door when mum is going! EJ Dunn

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  70. My daughter managed to block the toilet this week after putting too much paper down.....unblocking it was NOT much fun!

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  71. my youngest seems to have a fascination with having a poo in every public toilet possible and then giving details of everything she is doing very loudly

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  72. We've put a de-cal face on our toilet cistern so it's less scary for our wee man

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  73. How many men does it take to change a loo roll?
    Nobody knows. It's never been done :)

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  74. Everytime my youngest son needs a number 2 he calls you in to talk to him while he's busy! He says hes finished when he's not so you go in longer.

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  75. my son laways flushes the toilet when im sat on it

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  76. A friend took her daughter to the toilet at soft play as she noticed she had wet herself. She started asking her why she hadn't asked to go to the toilet, the little girl denied wetting herself....another little girl from a cubicle nearby said "stop lying, just tell the truth, you wet yourself"

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  77. I was on a train from dallas to fort worth and sat on the loo when the doors opened at the station and of course the toilet is opposite the doors which open to let people on the train and there was a crowd I was slightly mortified

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  78. when my son was little he got the potty suck on his head we had to cut it off of him

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  79. When my daughter was potty training it was Summertime so I let her go around with pants on, I watched her standing very still in the garden and wondered what she was doing... she had poo'ed standing up, then carried on playing !

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