Having had Nerf guns in my life for the last couple of years, I've come to the conclusion that Nerf darts are to boys, the same as hair grips and hair bands are to us girls - you buy packs and pack of them and gradually, one-by-one, they disappear to who knows where and are never seen again!
At the beginning of the year, my youngest son came to play with my oldest son for the day - Jack was heading off to start his Army service and Edward wanted to get in as much playing time as possible. You can imagine the Nerf wars that took place between two British Army soldiers - well, one British Army soldier and one five-and-a-half-year-old wannabe one!
I was still finding the odd Nerf dart almost a week later.
I did, for a few seconds, consider Edward these 36 Nerf whistler darts as a little stocking filler but am not sure my sanity could stand it - now, if they were Nerf darts that whistled at you when you were trying to find them, then I'd have bought the entire stock already!
The reviews for these Nerf Whistler darts are great and if you have a Nerf fan then they're going to be thrilled with them.
Thanks to MrToad at HUKD