Giant Microbes

by Anita



The newest fad today is so much better than those “pet rocks”; today you can be the proud owner or a pet microbe. I know, I know, most people run from you if you have the slightest cough, sneeze or rash because they are afraid of what microbes you may be carrying. How many times do you rush into the bathroom to wash your hands after shopping? No one has the desire to have a stomach ache, a sore throat, a cough, the flu, bad breath, a cold or the dreaded kissing disease until now!

Most of the time you can not even these ugly microbes before they enter your body and then it is too late, but with cute Giant Microbes you will see them coming your way and want one of each.

This idea sure is a new one, because who could love such ugly and gross microbes not to mention what they do to your bodies. Well, these Giant Microbes are soft and cuddly but look like their counterparts, which they are based from, only a lot larger. With each Giant plush Microbe, you will receive a real life photo of what its counterpart looks like under a microscope and information regarding each critter.

You can catch your own Microbes until you have them all, or give them as gifts to anyone that is feeling down in dumps, or someone you would love to give the kissing disease. These Giant Microbes will be more fun than you can imagine. Passing around a cold and a sore throat was never so much fun.

At this time you can find Stomach Ache – Shigella, Sore Throat – Streptococcus, Cough – B. Pertussis, The Flu – Orthomyoxvirus, Bad Breath – Porphorymonas Gingivalis, The Common Cold – Rhinovirus, and Kissing Disease – Epstein-Barr online for around £5.95 and US$10.50.

Approximate size of each adorable microbe is:
Stomach Ache – 18cm (H) x 7.5cm (W) x 5cm (D)
Sore Throat – 14cm (H) x 8cm (W) x 7cm (D)
Cough – 14cm (H) x 7.5cm (W) x 5.5cm (D)
The Flu – 13cm (H) x 8cm (W) x 7.5cm (D)
Bad Breath – 7cm (H) x 13cm (W) x 8cm (D)
The Common Cold – 9.5cm (H) x 9.5cm (W) x 9.5cm (D)
Kissing Disease – 8cm (H) x 10cm (W) x 10cm (D)

However, unlike their counterparts these sweet microbes can be cleaned with warm water and mild soap and then brushed after allowing to air dry.

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