The Belles know that the key to staying healthy involves proper nutrition, a sound exercise program and adequate rest. But we also know that laughter is, of course, the best medicine. Laughter triggers healthy physical changes in the body, strengthens the immune system, boosts energy, diminishes pain, and protects from the damaging effects of stress. Best of all, this priceless medicine is fun, free, and easy to use. So, we ask you, what holiday hot list would be complete without something to tickle our funny bone?
Meet Humerus the Funny Bone and his Comedy Side Kick Ulnar the Nerve.
The Drew Oliver Company, the makers of the GIANTmicrobe products, have just released a brand new product Humerus the Funny Bone! It is a brand new toy that provides dozen of hysterical jokes that will have everyone laughing. It is the ideal product for anyone who enjoys a good laugh!
Humerus the Funny Boneis the funniest guy in the joint. And his sidekick Ulnar the Nerve, well, he doesn’t talk because he is too nervous (get it?!?!) and hates the spotlight. Humerus is a stand-up comic with a funny bone, well, actually he is the funny bone. He is the perfect gift for anyone who has a sense of humor. He also make a great gift for a doctor, nurse or orthopedist.
Humerus the Funny Bone is the perfect fun gift idea for adults, kids, and anyone with a funny bone! This delightful toy tells a side-splitting, knee slapping joke whenever he hears a clap or other loud noise. Humerus the Funny Bone comes complete with his own Comedy Stage Gift Box. Humerus tells jokes – silly ones, of course – like these: What’s the difference between a wishbone and a backbone? How many bones are in your body? Why did the actor break his leg? And many more! If you are looking for that perfect gift for the joker in your life, you can’t go wrong with Humerus the Funny Bone.
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