Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Value Added Service

After looking at some other blogs, I realized the ones people actually visit provide some kind of service or value-mine doesn't do anything. In fact, some blog directory rejected my blog outright for having no value.
Hmm, guess I cannot argue with that.
So I figure I better start doing something. Looking around, I see lots of people doing reviews. Some people even get products sent to them to review. I wish I could be these guys.
However, we all have to start somewhere.

So without further ado, I present my first injection of value into my blog, my first review!

Review #1: Food Fighters by Mattel-Private Pizza.
I took poor pictures because I was in a hurry, which diminishes some of the value of this review. This toy is not really too good. The review is diminished by that as well. Private Pizza is made of squishy plastic, the kind that lets out a little wheeze when you smash it with your fist. The wheeze comes primarily out of the hole seen here:

He comes with a gun and a backpack that look like G.I. Joe style. The backpack got lost before I could write this review. Private Pizza features four points of articulation: cut shoulders and cut feet. His hands are molded to hold most small accessories, or toothpicks. I suppose since he is so smooshy his whole body could be considered a point of articulation as well.
I imagine there are lots of action scenarios you could put Private Pizza in.
Other guys in this series have cool names like Major Munch and Mean Weener, but I am not fortunate enough to own those ones. You can see some good pictures of them here, as well as a bunch of other cool stuff.

I hope you enjoyed this review, and maybe if I get a comment, any kind of a comment, I will do another one.


  1. Far out! No comment? I wish I saw your blog back in March.

  2. I need a Private Pizza figure. You have one. Want to sell him for cheap? Clearly you can tell I'm desperate for an affordable slice of military hero.

    I'm not joking. Let me know!