Friday, March 16, 2018

My Scooby Stuff - Day 75 - Plush Monster Truck

Day 75 - Plush Monster Truck

I got this Scooby-Doo plush Monster Truck at Monster Jam on March 19, 2015. We took the kids and my nephew to this one. We had a really good time! We got to meet a lot of the drivers and got lots of pictures of the Monster trucks. I only posted the Scooby pictures on Flickr, I have a lot more.

You can check out my Monster Jam photos from this event on my Flickr page.

We paid for the Pit Pass so we could meet the drivers and get close to the trucks. At the bigger arenas, and when the weather is warmer, they do the pit outside. At the PPL Center, it was inside on the dirt area that the trucks were going to do their show on.

The tough thing about the PPL Center is that it is small, so the trucks can't do a lot of the fun tricks they can do at the bigger arenas. While we had a good time, it is way more fun to see them drive really fast and fly through the air. Having them fall over is fun too! Not that we want to see anyone get hurt, but when they do a trick and pieces of the truck are falling off or when they flip over, it makes it that much more exciting!

This is the back of the plush Monster Truck. Even though the plush is shaped like a Monster Truck, it isn't exactly like the Scooby truck.

Here is the tag on the plush Monster Truck. It is copyright 2013.

Here are a couple pictures from Momster Jam. Me and Briana Mahon, the driver of Scooby-Doo, and the Scooby-Doo Monster Truck!

Thursday, March 15, 2018

My Scooby Stuff - Day 74 - Visor Organizer

Day 74 - Visor Organizer

I can't remember where I got this Scooby-Doo visor organizer. I have never used it. It's pretty cool! It has 2 zipper pouches and one mesh pocket that closes with Velcro.

The back has 2 Velcro straps that allow you to secure the organizer to the visor.

Scooby is on the bottom left corner of the organizer. He looks so happy!

The bottom right corner says Scooby-Doo!

The organizer is copyright 2000.

Wednesday, March 14, 2018

My Scooby Stuff - Day 73 - Fred Bobblehead

Day 73 - Fred Bobblehead

Check out this Fred Funko Bobblehead! He's cool, even though I think his face is a little creepy looking. I got Fred on eBay, and when I got the first one, there was yellowing of his shirt. I wasn't going to do anything about it because I was thrilled to have gotten the whole gang as a set, but I did mention the yellowing on Fred's shirt in my feedback. The seller contacted me and sent me another Fred, no questions asked. I was really surprised! They said they wanted me to be happy with my purchase and they wanted to make it right. A few days later, I had a new Fred and he looked better than the first one. There is a little yellowing, but not nearly as much as the first one had. There are still good, honest people in the world!

You can see Fred through both sides of the box and it has one of his iconic sayings "Let's split up gang!"

Here is a close-up of Fred. He's got his ascot, which kind of looks like 2 carrots hanging around his neck, and he's got his blue pants, white shirt and brown shoes. I thought it was a little odd that he was holding a candle. I feel like his face is a little creepy. There is a black mark on his neck that I didn't notice before. I'm not sure if it is just a piece of dirt or if the mark is a permanent thing on him. I haven't opened the box, but I may open it at some point to see if it is removable.

The top and bottom of the box.

The back of the box is the same for all of the Funko Bobbleheads. The bobble head is copyright 2006 and made in China.

Tuesday, March 13, 2018

My Scooby Stuff - Day 72 - Juice Bottle

Day 72 - Juice Bottle

As a collector, I do some weird things to save Scooby merchandise. When I saw these juice bottles, I was super excited! They are just too cute! So yes, after my son drank the juice, I rinsed it out so I could save it. The Bellywashers Vitamin C Juice Drink bottle in Tropi-Ghoul flavor features Scooby on top and is 12 fl. oz.

The bottle is made really well! It has Scooby and Shaggy looking nervous on the front with eyes all around them. The one side has a picture of each of the gang members. I love that it has the classic Scooby colors - purple, green and orange.

One side has some trivia questions and answers. (Scroll down for the answers.)

- Whose father bought The Mystery Machine?
- Who says "Zoinks"?
- Who says "Jinkies"?
- What are the gang's full names?
- What disc jockey voices Shaggy?

1 Serving size is 12 fl. oz 
55 calories
0g of fat
15mg sodium
13g Carbohydrates
13g sugar
0g protein

Scooby is so adorable on top! He's got his collar and he looks really happy!

This bottle is copyright 2004.

Here are the trivia answers:
- Whose father bought The Mystery Machine? Daphne
- Who says "Zoinks"? Shaggy
- Who says "Jinkies"? Velma
- What are the gang's full names? Norville "Shaggy" Rogers, Scoobert, Daphne Blake, Velma Dinkley, Fred Jones
- What disc jockey voices Shaggy? Casey Kasem

Monday, March 12, 2018

My Scooby Stuff - Day 71 - Scooby-Doo DVD Game

Day 71 - Scooby-Doo DVD Game

I've had this Scooby-Doo DVD game for a while and it hasn't been opened yet. I will open it at some point. My TV broke, so right now I don't think the DVD player is hooked up. I'll have to do another post sometime to show the screens and how the game works.

You get to solve a mystery at a theme park by matching images, identifying sounds, selecting the correct path to take, etc. Once you collect all the clues, you move on to a bonus round where you catch the villain and become an honorary member of the gang.

There are 5 different games and you can play with 4 players. You just use your DVD remote to play.

This DVD game is copyright 2008.

Sunday, March 11, 2018

My Scooby Stuff - Day 70 - Scooby Paper Mask

Day 70 - Scooby Paper Mask

I got this Scooby-Doo paper mask at the LEGO Scooby-Doo Mystery Tour at the Bridgewater Mall in NJ on September 19, 2015. It was really cool! They had people dressed up as LEGO Scooby and Shaggy, had the gang made out of LEGO's and had a bunch of activities for the kids...and for us adults that love Scooby!

You can check out all of my pictures from the event on my flickr page.

Scooby's face looks pretty good! Thankfully they made it so you can easily remove him from the paper instead of having to cut it out. I don't think it would look as nice cut out. The eyes popped out easily too, though he does look a little creepy without the eyes! I have the full sheet and also a 2nd one that I added to a stick to use as a mask.

This mask was definitely made for kids! You can't even see both of my eyes.

The mask is copyright 2015 and it was made specifically for the LEGO Scooby-Doo Mystery Tour.

Saturday, March 10, 2018

My Scooby Stuff - Day 69 - Character Bands Series 1

Day 69 - Character Bands Series 1

Do you remember the Silly Bandz fad in 2009? I happened to find these Scooby-Doo Character Bandz during that fad. There are 2 sets that I know of. I'm featuring Series 1 in this post. There are 20 Bandz in this pack, 4 of each shape.

This is what the character bandz look like. This set has Scooby in 4 poses and The Mystery Machine. There are 4 different colors - brown, blue, green and yellow.

The packaging shows what the shapes are supposed to look like. They look much better on the packaging. Maybe if they weren't sitting in the packaging for a few years, they'd be easier to get into their shapes.

It was tough finding one of each shape. Most of the bands were tangled and not easy to get them into the shape they were supposed to be in.

The back of the packaging is mostly clear so you can see the Bandz all scrunched up together.

The Bandz are copyright 2010 and made in China. There is a warning on the package that these Bandz are not for children under 3 years old.