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Mad Libs Ouchies: The Ultimate Statement Piece

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When we were kids, we loved playing Mad Libs to pass the time on long car trips. Supplying nouns or verbs and then later hearing them read back in a story, hilariously out of context, always made the trip more fun. Now, Mad Libs are making injuries—albeit minor ones—more fun too, thanks to Ouchies adhesive bandages. Yes: The bandages have tiny Mad Lib games printed on them, and they even come with a mini marker to fill in the blanks. Such as:

I went to the doctor and got a/an (ADJECTIVE) shot right in my (PART OF THE BODY), (EXCLAMATION)!

I slipped on a (NOUN) and fell on my (PART OF BODY) right in front of (PERSON IN THE ROOM)!

Ouchies come in other fun designs as well. Along with the Mad Libs, there are Make Ur Own bandages, which are also interactive, and come with a set of three different color mini markers that the injured can use to decorate them. On the non-interactive and probably less messy side, other cute designs include Mr. Men and Little Miss, Paddington Bear and an assortment of wildlife patterns based on items from the Natural History Museum.

We realize Ouchies may seem like they're for kids, but we figure if we can wear Cynthia Rowley's designer Band-Aids, then we can protect our cuts and garner lots of attention with Mad Libs ones as well. They're statement pieces—literally.
· Ouchies [Official Site]