Best Slime Toys
Slime could be the most perfect toy ever created. It serves absolutely no purpose, is completely wasteful, and ruins just about everything it touches, whether that be clothes, action figures or wallpaper. Of playthings, slime is probably the one virtually all adults can agree which they want nothing to do with, and they sincerely dont realize why children do. Its simple, really. Gross is good.
Because all children of a certain age inherently love messes, slime hasnt really left industry since Mattel first made and marketed it in 1978 (ironically, a period when shag carpeting and fuzzy wallpaper were in fashion). Toy manufacturers have input it to good use in a variety of products, all of which were as awesome as they were messy and disgusting, and so they were pretty messy and disgusting. Here are a few of the greatest.
Simple, perfect and neon green, the original Slime deserves its fame. It had been cheap enough that you didnt need your parents permission to buy it, which is a positive thing as most of them would prefer to you played with a wild bear than bring a can from it into your home. The slime craze was so strong that you could buy snack-size samples of it in vending machines for any quarter, just in case you needed a fix at Safeway that you could hide in your pocket.