For Valentine’s Day Give the Gift of Conception…
Okay, so we’ve reported on GIANTmicrobes before, I’m sure you remember the humorously educational stuffed toys modeled on electron micrographs, then enlarged a million times it’s actual size. Each plush including it’s micrograph image and all the info about the microbe it represents. The collection is still growing, with nearly 100 microbes in the series including the Common Cold, Brain Cells, Kissing Disease, Ebola, Bed Bugs and more. I mean, is there anyone among us that doesnt know someone that can use an extra brain cell? and how about the person that always complains that you gave them a cold? Well, really do it this time!
Anyway, GIANTmicrobes has a brand new Valentines day line up you probably don’t want to miss, starting with the sure to be popular, Sperm & Egg Panorama Gift Boxes, each of these 3 sets includes one GIANTmicrobes Egg Cell plush and one GIANTmicrobes mini Sperm Cell plush that attach by way of magnets, showcased in one of 3 very romantic scenes, or perhaps a Kissing Disease plush is more your style, as she blows kisses when you touch her lips and says “I love you” in five languages… Or for those of you who miss all the warm and fuzzy feelings some get from Valentines day, there’s always the Heart Burned collection, a lovely boxed set that includes, Herpes, Chlamydia, Pox, HPV and thankfully, Penicillin.
So now, when you’re having trouble finding the perfect gift for your doctor, pharmacist, med student or just a little something extra for that certain someone special… why not give E. coli, bad breath or the Clap? and Hey! While youre at it, grab a brain cell or two for me!
GIANTmicrobes are innovative, creative, and collectible toys and gifts, that are also used by parents, teachers, and medical professionals as educational tools. More than 10 million GIANTmicrobes products have been sold to date, all over the world. Available seperately, in boxed sets, Mini Microbes, sound dolls and the new Vinyl editions, all starting at around 9 bucks. Visit www.giantmicrobes.com to see the whole collection.