For those looking to lighten the mood at holiday gatherings this year, Prank-O has released six new Prank Packs just in time for the holiday season.
The six new packs are
- ReNoodle – The world’s first pasta recycler. Makes used pasta almost like new again!
- Baby’s First Diaper: A keepsake frame for that memorable first soiled diaper.
- Visorganizer – An organizer that attaches onto most hat visors.
- Tidy Tips – finally get into those tough to reach spots with these fingertip toilet cleaning brushes.
- Scrap’n Snacks: this is a compost bar press—turn your scraps into tasty snacks!
- Bicycle Seat Belt: Safety first! Be one with your bike, and out of harm’s way!
The holidays will definitely look different this year. Family may not all be together, gift spending may not be as high, and Christmas gatherings around the world are likely to have a few Zoom participants. Whatever the challenges this holiday season, Prank-O will provide new ways to ensure loved ones still feel the joy, surprise, and laughter this holiday season.
Prank-O lets you unwrap more laughs this holiday season, during a time when everybody could use a few extra laughs.
Prank-O gifts are available at Pranko.com and Amazon.com, where thousands of 4 to 5-star reviews speak for themselves. Keep Prank-O in mind for gifts year-round, or seasonally from outlets like Walmart, Bed Bath & Beyond, Kohl’s, Meijer, American Eagle, and more.
At Prank-O we are dedicated to bringing a little deception and a lot of laughs to the gift-giving experience with our practical joke gift boxes. After all, there is no greater gift than laughter… except for one of those remote control quadcopter things.
Our CEO, Ryan Walther, began his career with The Onion. He helped grow the brand in its early years, more or less teaching America how to laugh.
One day at adult swim class, Ryan met Arik Nordby, a humble box salesman with a dream of injecting laughter into the solemn ritual of gift-giving. Together, they have gone on to disrupt the entire prank gift box industry like a couple of Silicon Valley assholes or something.