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KidKupz: Kid Friendly or Are You Kidding?

Maybe Mary Poppins was right . . . a spoonful of sugar may help the medicine go down! Seeing how hard it was for children to take bad-tasting medicine, a mom and grandma developed an idea for candy-coated medicine cup rims to help ease the sting of the elixir. KidKupz ($7 for six) combines a standard medicine cup with either sour cherry, blue raspberry, watermelon or green apple candy rims, making taking medicine less of a chore, and more fun. Like other medicine tricks we've seen, this one tries to mask the taste with something tots are familiar with taking. Would you try this trick?

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logab logab 7 years
i think this is absolutely unnecessary
bluepuppybites bluepuppybites 7 years
They do look like fun shot glasses!
Chouette4u Chouette4u 7 years
My only issue with this is that it sort of mimics taking a shot of alcohol with the sugar on the rim.
bluepuppybites bluepuppybites 7 years
I don't think this is necessary but then again I have a kid that loves to take medicine and I have to take special action to make sure all the medicine is up.
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