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Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Pokemon TCG Mega Powers Collection (Unboxing & Review)

The power of pokemon-ex! This collection brings together four amazing pokemon-ex with brand-new full-art illustrations, including two mega evolution pokemon. You’ll also get a whopping 8 booster packs—and the long-awaited spirit link card for lucario!

What’s Included in the Box:
• Two full-art foil promo cards featuring Mega Evolution Pokemon: Mega Lucario-EX and Mega Manectric-EX
• Two full-art foil promo cards featuring Pokemon-EX: Jolteon-EX and Zygarde-EX
• A spectacular full-art oversize card featuring Mega Lucario-EX
• A Lucario Spirit Link card

Check out my unboxing video:

Thursday, August 17, 2017

Dare Whippet Sticks Review

These treats make fun snacks and they are delicious too! Check out my video review.

Whippet Sticks Coconut is a delicious, flaky macaroon in a thin snackable stick that is made with real coconut and no artificial colours. It is peanut free and a great addition in school lunch snack as a treat.

Whippet Sticks Brownie is made with real Whippet chocolate and heavenly brownie in a thin stick that's great for snacking. Also made with real chocolate, no artificial colours and is peanut free.

Monday, July 17, 2017

New Fun Games: Spy Code Break Free & Spy Code Safe Breaker from YULU Toys

I was always a fan of mystery board games, even as a young child. Not too long ago, I was recently introduced to a couple of new games by YULU Toys called Spy Code Break Free and Spy Code Safe Breaker. I was excited to try out these games with my son and have a bit of fun time together. These games have just released in June 2017 and are only available at Target (in the USA) and Toys R Us (in Canada).

Safe Breaker from YULU Toys is a new electronic game that combines spy skill, memory and a little bit of luck, challenging players to crack the code and break the safe. Because it was all new to us, there was a bit of confusion, but then we've figured it out after reading the instructions a few times. Here's what we did:

To start the mission, players pick a card and turn the safe combination to the corresponding number shown. Next, use the fingerprint scanner to test the number. If the light is green the safe will release some coins. If the light is red, connect the spy listening gear to the safe to hear a top-secret clue to figure out the correct combination code. The spy who collects the five golden coins or the two diamond coins first wins the game.

Break Free from YULU Toys is a challenging action skill game where the players must race to unlock their handcuffs as quickly as possible before anyone else.

First, all players handcuff themselves together and insert a maze into each handcuff. The game includes three maze colors: green, yellow, and red. Each color represents a level of difficulty, making each round unpredectable. Green color is the easiest, yellow is medium, and red is the most difficult. The fastest to break free from their handcuff receives a token that corresponds to the maze color. There are points on the back of each token. The player with the most points after playing all three rounds wins the game.

This game was quite a fun and challenging one! One of the other ways we tried is hooking the cuffs to the chair or table instead of each other and trying to escape to claim a token.

Here's an unboxing video by Brandon:

Thanks to YULU Toys for coming up with these interesting, interactive games!

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

School Sports Day 2017

Brandon just had his school's sports day event. The weather was perfect as it was dry, little bit of overcast and not too hot. The kids had a great time!

Sunday, April 30, 2017

Breaking Boards Breaking Chains Fundraiser

We have been learning a little about slavery and how adults and many children are being treated unfairly and don't have their freedom in third-world countries. Our Martial Arts school (East Vancouver Taekwondo had a break-a-thon fundraising event on Saturday, April 29th. My friends and family sponsored me to break a board. For every $5 I raised, I was given 1 board to break (up to maximum of 5 boards). It was also a fun event for me to see other students and friends participating.

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