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Today we found NEW info about Wave 2 Poopsie Slime Surprise Unicorns! We wanted to do a quick video to reveal to you about these BRAND NEW Poopsie Unicorns! These Poopsie Surprise Unicorns are by the same makers of the LOL Surprise Dolls - MGA Entertainment! There are 4 unicorns total! Wave 1 has the pink and rainbow unicorns who are named: Oopsie Starlight & Rainbow Brightstar. The Wave 2 unicorn dolls are blue and purple. Their names are: Dazzle Darling & Whoopsie Doodle. What do you think of these new unicorns? Have you unboxed one?
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Unicorn Poopsie Surprise:
4 to collect:
These unicorns come with 20+ surprises:
1 Storage Case
1 Poop Container with keychain
1 Toilet Bowl
1 Cleaning tool
1 Measuring Cup
4 Slime Powder Packets
2 Special Effect Powder Packets
4 Glitter Packets
1 Die cut Glitter Packet
Info About Poopsie Surprise:
Make magical unicorn poo (slime) with Poopsie Slime Surprise. With a little unicorn magic and sparkle, you can customize unicorn poo and transform it multiple times. Ten magical surprises included. When you got to go, store the poo slime in the collectible Poopsie keychain. Can you find the ultra-rare Unicorn Sparkle? 18 to collect in Drop 1, collect them all. Styles may vary. For ages 3 years plus.
Poopsie Slime Surprise includes ten magical surprises.
Unicorn Food packet (slime powder) and Unicorn Magic packet.
Collectible bottle and poop character keychain.
Mystery scent dropper, unicorn spoon and collector's sheet.
18 to collect in Drop 1.
Make magical unicorn poop (slime) with Poopsie Slime Surprise! With a little unicorn magic and sparkle, you can customize unicorn poop and transform it multiple times! When you gotta go, store the poop for magical fun anytime! Poopsie Surprise Unicorn magically poop slime! Each time you feed your surprise unicorn and sit her on her glitter potty, she creates surprise, collectible unicorn poop (slime)! Transform your unicorn poop over and over again with Unicorn Magic! Over 20 magic surprises included with each Surprise Unicorn! Four unicorns to collect! Will you unroll Rainbow Brightstar or Oopsie Starlight?
Poopsie surprise unicorn includes one surprise unicorn (rainbow bright Star or oops Starlight) (dazzle darling or whoopsie doodle)
One glitter potty
Four unicorn food packets (slime powder), four unicorn magic packets, one unicorn sparkle packet
One exclusive bottle and one exclusive poop character Keychain,
One unicorn shirt & diaper, spoon, hair brush, cleaning tool, and measuring cup.
More fun videos from My PB and J:
We Fed Our Poopsie Unicorn SPRINKLES and She Poo'd RAINBOW UNICORN SLIME!!: https://youtu.be/eERmJUO9vpE
POOPSIE SURPRISE UNICORN - HACK to find RAINBOW BRIGHTSTAR - UNBOXING + TOY HUNT: https://youtu.be/OoXLhvSuJ90
LIL' GLEEMERZ - FULL SET UNBOXING: https://youtu.be/R7VsPqdOuPk
POMSIES FULL SET UNBOXING + TOY HUNT!: https://youtu.be/cfvR1v_olu4
Brand NEW Pomsies Found!!!: https://youtu.be/Buy0iHNqJvg
More NEW POMSIES - Stardust & Lulu!: https://youtu.be/J2WiHxChFpU
Pikmi Pops Style Series - 2 Pack! FULL CASE UNBOXING!:
PIKMI POPS FLIPMI SUPER POP PACK REVEALED!: https://youtu.be/2pcezQkwRo0
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