Note: Because we receive this item in an assortment of styles, we must sell them randomly.Except spider, you'll receive mouse, lizard, scorpion or centipede.
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If there's ever a lone box sitting on a table that has a nice little knob to open it, chances are everyone who sees it is curious as to what's inside! And that's just what you're hoping for with this hilarious prank box. As soon as someone pulls the tab towards them to open the box, a spider or mouse will jump out at their finger and scare the crap out of them!
This item is a Handmade Amish Wooden Toy. Durable, sturdy and built to last. It is natural, unfinished. No need to paint or stain, just enjoy as it is made. NO Assembly Required.
The Scare Box is Hilarious! Perfect for you, or any practical joker you know. Kids, parents, grandparents, bosses, employees. It is absolutely hilarious to watch people open the scare box, knowing what is about to happen!
Perfect for Parties or Anytime! Each spider scare box is made with love and care, knowing that each one is destined for a life of laughter, startles, and harmless fun!
Easy to Use! Just hand the box to someone and they will naturally want to slide the top open to see what is inside. When they do, out jumps a creepy wiggly rubber spider! Or, place the Scare Box on a counter or side table and let people discover it on their own. Maybe even set up your video camera to capture the moment!
Scare Boxes Make Great Gifts! Fun, inexpensive, and unique! Let the chuckles, snorts, giggles, and laughs begin!
Very well made and it looks great too. Works just the way it should. It has startled every person who has opened it so far. I stained mine and added some trim to it. Now I can keep it in my curio cabinet with all my other weird stuff.
They gave me a cool spider not that ugly one in there photos
Never got it it been way over a month
I like what I've seen on Facebook but I have not received it yet
It has not arrived yet thanks
Will be great when I get it,still waiting for them
This product is absolutely wonderful. I bought it as revenge for a prank my brother had played on me prior to moving out of state. He got me really, really good, but now he's too far away for me to stage an elaborate prank to get him back. I couldn't go down like that, so I bought this. I shipped it to him in a box that contained a few other birthday presents. He is not easily pranked and it scared the heck out of him, so mission accomplished. The spider doesn't just pop out, it hits your finger with a force that makes you feel as if you've been bitten. I will say that if you're going to ship it out of state, to tie a string around the box so the spider doesn't slip out prior to "the target" opening the box. That's what I did prior to gift wrapping it and the results were just lovely. I would highly recommend this product to anyone that has an a-hole brother that needs to be put in his place or if you're just an a-hole yourself that loves jump-scaring people (or both in my case). I give this 5 stars, two thumbs up and wink.
I have scared the beheebeegeebees out of so many people with this thing and have never laughed so hard in my life. Because the box is plane, you have to just let it sit there and wait for someone's curiosity to get the best of them. It works every time. I just purchased 2 more. 1 as a gift and the other so I could have more fun because the first one was confiscated from me by my uncle so he could take it to his Fire Station and scare the heck out of everyone. If you decorate it with some type of advertising or something you will likely have even more fun with it. The spiders, to the unknowing participant, look very real, and they come out of the box fast hitting the fingers of the unlucky ex friend of yours. People have screamed blue bloody murder.
I casually left this on a coworkers desk and could hear the scream from halfway across the floor (which is quite large). Was so popular that it managed to make its way to our Executive department were it has become quite the conversation piece. Hopefully I can get it back one of these days....ha ha.
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