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36 hottest toys for the holidays 2021: Top toys and gifts

Finding the perfect toy for your little one can be a challenge. Every year, it seems like there are endless new innovations and hot items added to the market, which is exciting for kids but can make your decision feel ten times more difficult. And even if you have a good sense of what you're looking for, whether it's a tried-and-true staple like a Barbie doll or something more educational like a STEM toy, there are so many variations of each that it's hard to know which ones they'll actually appreciate.

Retailers are well aware of the struggle parents go through when picking out a present. And that's why many, including Amazon, Target and Walmart have dropped "hot toy" lists, revealing their top toy picks for the year. The lists, which can serve as shopping guides, span all age groups and play types. You'll find some exciting new releases and longtime favorites as well as new takes on last year's bestsellers.

Here, we're highlighting some of the top picks from Amazon, Zulily, Macy's, Target and Walmart as well as selections from the review site Toy Insider. If anything catches your eye, you're going to want to grab it now — with all of the expected shipping delays and shortages, there's no telling how long these hot items will stay in stock.

Don’t forget to check out Shop TODAY’s 2021 Gift Guide to find the perfect present for everyone on your list!

Bestselling toys from Amazon's Toys We Love list

ThinkFun Gravity Maze

Amazon recently revealed that customers have purchased more than one million toys since the holiday season kicked off at the beginning of October. And of all the toys purchased so far, ThinkFun's Gravity Maze is one of the top sellers. The game helps kids put their spatial reasoning and planning skills to the test as they build new paths to get the marble to the target.

Lego Classic Medium Creative Brick Box

This set will introduce kids ages 4 and up to the fun world of Lego. With more than 484 colorful blocks, including windows, toy eyes and tires, they can build endless characters and structures.

L.O.L Surprise! OMG Sports Cheer Diva Fashion Doll

Not only is this doll a bestseller from this year's toy list, but it's also the No. 1 new doll release on Amazon. Little L.O.L Surprise fans will love unboxing the 20 surprises that come with their OMG Sports Diva Fashion Doll. The doll's package can be a part of the play experience, too, since it doubles as a dressing room.

Little Tikes First Slide

They'll have hours of fun going up and down this slide, which can be used both indoors and outdoors. When they're done playing, simply fold it up for easy storage.

Melissa & Doug Let's Play House Pretend Play Set

Kids are always imitating every move their parents make. And now, they'll be able to feel like they're lending a hand on cleaning days. The Let's Play House Pretend set from Melissa and Doug comes with a variety of cleaning tools, which will inspire them to use their imagination and strengthen their sense of purpose.

More hot holiday toys from Amazon's Toys We Love list

TeeTurtle The Original Reversible Octopus Plushie

These adorable octopus plushies took TikTok by storm earlier this year and as a result, became nearly impossible to find. But now, they're back in stock and have landed a spot on Amazon's top toys list. Not only are they super cute, but kids can flip them around to match their mood, whether they're feeling happy or upset.

Thames & Kosmos Mega Cyborg Hand STEM Experiment Kit

Named The Toy Association's STEAM Toy Of The Year, this kit will help kids learn about hydraulics and robotics — and it's tons of fun. They'll assemble the pieces to build the hand and then conduct experiments, picking up objects of different shapes and sizes.

Crayola Light Up Tracing Pad

Make art time more fun with this tracing pad. Kids age 6 and up can use the tool to sketch their favorite characters or copy drawings from books and magazines. The light-up board makes it easy to see the lines that they are tracing, even in low-light rooms.

Squeakee The Balloon Dino

Squeakee The Balloon Dino toy has more than 70 sounds and reactions, so he can do things like roar, dance, stop and even play tug-of-war with his bone squeaker. But if you roar too loud at him or pull his tail, he may pop! Don't worry, he'll inflate again when you pump his tail.

Melissa & Doug Blue's Clues & You! Wooden Mailbox Play Set

It's "mail time!" And with this playset, which made both Amazon's and Macy's lists this year, kids can pretend to send and receive letters just like Josh and Blue on the show. The set comes with reusable wooden stamps, an envelope, invitations, a memory game and more.

Hot holiday toys from Zulily's 2021 Toy Index

Barbie Holiday Doll

Barbie is all dressed up for the holidays! This festive version of the doll comes in a fun candy cane-themed dress and has matching accessories like a clutch, heels and earrings.

Playmobil NHL Hockey Arena Set

They can challenge their friends to high-intensity hockey games with this exciting set. Each of the figures has a pull-back lever that can be used to control the player's sticks so they can score actual goals! Plus, there's a scoreboard on the side to help them keep track of who is in the lead.

​Barbie 3-in-1 DreamCamper Vehicle

They can take Barbie on some big adventures in this 3-in-1 DreamCamper. Along with the camper, which can transform into a pickup truck, they'll get a pool, boat, fishing gear, a picnic table and more essentials to help them create the ultimate camping experience for their dolls.

Fisher-Price Giant Rock-a-Stack

The classic stacking toy from Fisher-Price got a supersized makeover! Little ones can shake and play with the extra large rings and then experiment with lining them up in different ways to create a stack.

Hot holiday toys from Target's Bullseye's Top Toys

Lego Harry Potter Hogwarts Wizard's Chess

Not only will they be able to act out the iconic wizard's chess scene from "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone" with this set, but they can also play a real game of chess! Along with the board, chess pieces and Harry Potter, Hermione Granger and Ron Weasley minifigures, they'll get an exclusive, golden Severus Snape minifigure and three collectible wizard card tiles.

Jurassic World Legacy Collection Tyrannosaurus Rex Escape Pack

This Target-exclusive toy is the perfect pick for young “Jurassic Park” fans. The playset comes with action figures depicting Tim Murphy and a T. rex, as well as a Ford Explorer that has rolling wheels and a breakaway roof.

Star Wars Galactic Snackin’ Grogu

Just like last year, toys featuring The Child from Disney+ series “The Mandalorian” are promising to be some of the most sought-after gifts. This animatronic toy popped up on multiple lists this year. The figure, which is currently available for preorder, comes with four snacking accessories. Place one in his hand and he’ll react with sound effects and animations. Or pat his head three times to activate the Force!

Throw Throw Avocado Game

A fun follow-up to the beloved Throw Throw Burrito game, this dodgeball card game is a pick that the whole family can enjoy. Players will collect matching cards to earn points and start avocado wars and duels. It’s fun on its own, but it can also be combined with Throw Throw Burrito to create an epic combo game.

Peek-A-Roo Interactive Panda-Roo Plush Toy

Part panda, part kangaroo, this adorable interactive toy responds to your child’s touch with sounds and movements. Along with the Momma-Roo toy, they’ll get a fun surprise — a Baby-Roo hidden in her pouch! Each toy comes with one of three baby Panda-Roos. They won’t know which one they got until they unbox it!

L.O.L. Surprise! O.M.G. Movie Magic Studios

Given their popularity, experts say that L.O.L Surprise dolls will likely be some of the first toys to sell out. That’s why you’re going to want to grab this popular set while you still can. It made both Target's and Amazon’s lists this year and comes with more than 70 surprises for kids to unbox. The package doubles as a movie studio, where they can create productions using the 12 included dolls and fun movie-themed accessories.

Chuckle & Roar Pop It! XL

Kids are obsessed with Popits! and now they can add an extra-large version to their growing collection. They use it on their own or turn it into a game and compete with a friend to see who can pop the most first.

Hot holiday toys from Walmart's Top Rated by Kids list

furReal Sweet Jammiecorn Unicorn Interactive Plush Light-Up Toy

Walmart's list of the hottest toys has been tested and selected by the best toy experts out there — actual kids. And the soft furReal Sweet Jammiecorn Unicorn was a top pick for kids aged 2 to 4. They can feed and care for their unicorn throughout the day and then at night it will play songs and white noise soundscapes to help lull them to sleep.

HALO Rise Above Supreme Big Wheel Scooter

They'll love having a set of wheels to ride to school or around the neighborhood. And at just under $40, this scooter is a pretty affordable pick. It has four adjustable height settings, so they can keep using it even after they hit their growth spurt.

Rainbow High Color Change Car

If your little one is obsessed with "Rainbow High," they'll love driving their dolls around in this color-changing car. Currently the No. 1 new release in Doll Playsets, they can switch between the eight colors to match the car to their doll's outfits. It can fit two dolls and even has a working steering wheel and seatbelts.

Baby Alive Lulu Achoo Doll

When Lulu Achoo isn't feeling well, her nose and forehead will light up red to let your little one know that she needs some TLC. The doctor's station will tell them what's wrong they can nurse their doll back to health. They can play doctor with the accessories which include a stethoscope, charts and a light-up thermometer.

Hot Wheels Massive Loop Mayhem Track Set

Kids ages 5 to 7 will love this set from Hot Wheels. They can see how many cars they can race on the 28-inch wide track loop at once. If they add one too many, there will be an epic crash!

Fisher-Price Bouncesational Bouncer with Built-in Pump

Your house will instantly become the coolest on the block when you set this Bouncesational Bouncer up in your living room or backyard. The bestselling bouncer has a built-in pump, which makes it super easy to inflate. And it can fit up to three kids (up to 188 pounds), making it the ultimate entertainment for playdates or rainy days.

VTech KidiZoom PrintCam Digital Camera and Printer

Does your little one love taking photos on your phone? Get them a camera of their own so they can snap pics of fun moments with friends and family. They can view photos on the digital screen and add filters and stickers and then print them out to keep. They can also turn photos into line drawings, which they can color in.

Hot holiday toys from Macy's and Toys "R" Us Geoffrey's Hot Toy List

Mattel Uno Triple Play

You've played Uno before — but never like this. Up the intensity with this version that features three piles and sounds and lights that will tell you where to place your cards. Put too many cards in one pile and it will overload! It's suitable for ages 7 and up so the whole family can get in on the fun.

Polly Pocket Un-Box-It Popcorn Box Play Set

Toys that can be “unboxed” are all the rage, and kids will have nearly as much fun opening up this Polly Pocket set as they will playing with it. It comes with 20 accessories including micro Polly and Lila dolls and life-size 3D glasses. The movie theater setup even has a spot to set up a phone, so they can watch movies and shows with the dolls.

PAW Patrol Marshalls Transforming Vehicle

Marshall from "Paw Patrol" is here to save the day in his transforming fire truck! The truck features a ladder, water cannon launcher and rescue net, so kids will be ready to take on any adventure with their new puppy pal.

Play-Doh Kitchen Creations Rising Cake Oven Play Set

Play-Doh is a toy that's stood the test of time. With this playset, kids will use the modeling compound to pretend to create cakes and other baked creations. They'll watch the "cake" rise before their eyes when they place it in the oven.

Hot holiday toys from Toy Insider's Holiday Gift Guide

WowWee Got2Glow Fairy Finder

Kids will discover a magical new world as they look for fairies everywhere they go. When they find one the jar will light up and the fairy will pop up on the virtual screen. It's super fun on its own, but they can also connect it to an app on your phone and learn fun facts about each fairy that they caught.

Fisher-Price 4-in-1 Ultimate Learning Bot

Kids as young as six months old can enjoy this learning bot, which is filled with fun hands-on activities like twist and flip gears, a press-down antenna and more. As they grow, you can switch up the Smart Stages learning levels to match their age and stage.

Ryan's World Lost City Adventures Mega Adventure Chest

Based on "Ryan’s World," a popular YouTube series, this chest is filled with surprises like action figures, a belt, compass, coins and stickers that will help kids gear up for their next great adventure.

Tamagotchi Pix

Remember Tamagotchis? The retro toy has made a big comeback, and kids can get in on the fun with the Tamagotchi Pix. They'll feed and nurture their virtual pet and play games to keep them happy. This version even has a camera, so they can take pictures with their Tamagotchi.

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Emma Stessman

Emma Stessman is Shop TODAY's Editorial Assistant.

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The holiest of all holidays, 420, is coming up sometime soon, but we couldn't tell you exactly in how many days. Some of us have been celebrating early — since last April 21, to be exact — so our sense of time is a bit warped. We did put our time to good use, however, by coming up with a list of things to do in Dallas, or wherever your strain takes you.

1. Imagine Ricardo Paniagua’s geometric mural in the West Village is a giant Magic Eye puzzle and try to find the hidden image.

2. Take a nap by snuggling up with the giant teddy bear statues in Lakeside Park.

3. Visit the eyeball sculpture downtown. Finally feel seen.

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4. Go to the first-ever Blockbuster building (now an Applebee’s) and ask when the Titanic videos are coming in. Ask for a manager if they can’t help you.

5. Visit a 24-hour psychic in the middle of the night. Ask about the future of all humanity.

6. Go to Dezi 5’s show at Wit's End and challenge him to a twerk-off.

7. Visit the Scarborough Renaissance Fair dressed up like a caveman and pretend you’re in the future.

8. Try to break a Guinness world recordat the Perot Museum.

9. Try to figure out the difference between Delta-8 and Delta-9. We tried. For science.

10. Bring some shampoo and wash your hair in the frog fountains at the Dallas Arboretum.

11. Go through the Dallas Library’s old local newspapers and try to find incriminating information about your relatives.

12. Take a short trip to a nearby ghost townand proclaim yourself as the new mayor.

13. Tell any kids in the way to go play with some matches and slide down the planters inside NorthPark Mall.

14. Tell kids to go home because their parents got them a puppy and spin around on the seats outside the Nasher Museum.

15. Go up to the guard at the Sixth Floor Museum and confess to shooting JFK.

16. Chill with the reptiles at the Dallas Zoo, ask nicely if you can share some of their heat lamp rays.

17. Go up the Reunion Tower and try to make out all your friend's houses. Go home because you have no friends.

18. Cook a meal made solely out of ingredients found at witch shop The Labyrinth.

19. Visit a Bed, Bath and Beyond and find out exactly what the "Beyond" entails.

20. Stage a protest against the invasion of Iraq outside the George W. Bush Presidential Center.

21. Chain yourself to a tree at the Dallas Nature Preserve and refuse to leave until they free Britney.

22. Try to outrun the cattle sculptures at Pioneer Plaza.

23. Try to outwit the Mark Twain statue at the Scottish Rite Park. Even in statue form, he'll win.

24. Record yourself playing air guitar outside of Stevie Ray Vaughn’s old house.

25. Rent the '90s-themed Airbnband try to find a chat room where you can vent about your life to strangers.

26. Rent the '80s-themed Airbnband binge-watch Family Ties.

27. Try to call God from the historically significant phone at Top Ten Records.

28. Try on stripper shoes at Electrique Boutique. And then buy a pair, don’t be an asshole.

29. Take your munchies-afflicted ass down to the Farmers Market, so you can at least support local vendors while binging.

30. Take a drive to Denton and get lost inside the maze that is Recycled Books. See if you can reach the "books for tall people."

31. While you're in Denton, you should order a large mean green pizza to-go from Crooked Crust.

32. Since you'll be hungry again in 10 minutes, you should head over to Cool Beans and order their burger of the month.

33. Take a shot at every bar on Fry Street while you wait for your burger.

34. Text your grandparents and ask them what their plans are for 4/20.

35. Grab your burger then walk to The Zebra’s Head smoke shop to pick up a couple of CBD pre-rolls.

36. Ask yourself what the hell you're doing in Denton when a minute ago you were at the Arboretum.

37. Stand outside the window at Serious Pizza, get hypnotized by the way they work the dough.

38. Finally agree to give Deep Ellum Bob a ride home.

39. Name the peacocks chilling on the front lawns in the neighborhood by Flagpole Hill Park.

40. Write a letter to Joe Exotic volunteering to be his next husband.

42. Name your own strain of weed something like "Orange Skunk," "Lazy Sweetheart" or
"Dante’s Inferno."

43. Find a random dude named Dante on social media and ask him his idea of hell.

44. Find the Casket Store on North Central Expressway that's next to Boxes to Go and have a good laugh.

45. Come up with a series of erratic Google searches to throw off the NSA agent who's always tracking your online moves.

46. Remember that the first annual Dallas Hemp Festis happening on 4/20 this year and spark up your bowl because it lasts until 4/21.

47. Email [email protected]to express your gratitude and ask about the best bites at the festival.

48. Lie on your couch and contemplate whether you’d like to adopt a pet at Dallas Hemp Fest. More important, would the pet want you?

49. Daydream about performing with The Voicecontestant Ryan Berg at the Dallas Hemp Fest.

50. Snap out of it and realize it was only a daydream and now you’re smoking without Ryan Berg. *Takes hit*

51. Try to make it to the Dallas Hemp Fest in time.

52. Contemplate between watching Follow Through, Soul Deep, Stoke Chasersor Understoryat EarthxFilm

53. Knowing damn well you'll only end up at home watching the new Godzilla vs Kong.

54. After watching the new Godzilla vs Kong watch the original from 1963 and count how many times Godzilla roars the same roar in the movie.

55. Switch it up by only watching the "pray" part in Eat, Pray, Love.

56. Join Facebook Live and talk about CBD at the “Let’s Talk About CBD on 4/20!” event at 4:20 PM with Tammy from Supersnouts and friends.

57. Join the 420 celebrationwith Puff n Paint by painting a picture of Snoop Dogg from the “Drop It Like It’s Hot” music video. Only $30.

58. Attend Wild Turkey and Russel Reserve’s Spirit Smackdownhappy hour experience at Jasper’s Uptown.

59. Go to FORUM & BRIZOin Richardson between 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. for the free appetizers and eat happy.

60. Tell the McDonald's employees your Happy Meal was, actually, quite sad.

61. Sign up for the Dallas Open Micat the The Green Elephant to showcase your wicked talent to the world, between 8 p.m.-midnight. Somehow, you're never quite as talented when sober.

63. Purge your binging of The Office at The Office Trivia Nightat Legacy Hall (from 7 p.m.– 9 p.m) to show everyone in the office who’s the world's greatest boss.

64. Sign up for Dallas Speed Datingfrom 7 p.m – 9 p.m. at Social Pie to find a significant other — just like the one time you watched it on BravoTV!

65. Attend the 420 watch party of student short film The Drug Test by North Texas filmmaker Joseph Horta, followed by Q&A with the cast and crew at 8 p.m. on Facebook Live. Ask thoughtful questions.

66. Set your profile photo to a photo of a Facebook friend you barely know and say nothing.

67. Tag the FBI whenever people post plagiarized jokes online. That shit needs to stop.

68. Watch Pineapple Expresswhile you smoke Pineapple Express, eat pineapple and drink expresso. Wait, it's not expresso?

69. Watch Mac & Devin Go to High School and participate in the weed smoking games from the 3D-animated talking doobie.

70. Listen to the Mac & Devin Go To High School soundtrack and attempt to roll a joint that’s as big as King Kong’s fingers.

71. Try to bake your own edibles in an EasyBake oven.

72. FaceTime your parents and ask them to tell your boss you're sick since it’s a Tuesday and you just remembered you have a job.

73. Order an Everything Pizza from Moni’s Pasta & Pizza in Arlington and count everything you find on the pizza.

74. Call a pest control company and ask them if they can help get rid of your nagging thoughts.

75. Scroll through Seth Rogen’s Instagram account to see his amazing handmade vase collection.

76. Educate yourself on cannabis through Seth Rogen’s weed company House Plant and learn about your strains, portion control, how to roll a joint and how to properly invest in cannabis.

77. Take a road trip with some friends to Colorado because it’s the closest neighboring weed state to Texas to get the full 420 experience.

78. Find Waldo. Never let him go. Then smoke a bowl and find yourself.

79. Eat that bag of freeze-dried astronaut ice cream you bought from Amazon.

80. Then compare that to Howdy Homemade Ice Cream. We all know Howdy is the winner here.

81. Play any of the Jackbox party games with your friends and make anyone that randomly disconnects from the game take a hit.

82. Eh, forget that. Everyone takes a hit while they’re playing Jackbox.

83. Binge The Mandalorianand take a hit every time baby Yoda makes an appearance.

84. Binge Twin Peaksand take a hit every time Agent Cooper records his voice memos to Diane.

85. Binge Lost and take a hit every time John Locke does something badass.

86. Find your old yearbook and send long-lost classmates friend requests. Whether they respond or not, wish them a happy 420 and hope that they're not cops.

87. If they are cops, then wish them a happy Tuesday.

88. Compare Kanye’s “Bound 2” music video side by side with Seth Rogen and James Franco's spoof music video for “Bound 2” to see which one makes you feel some type of way. (It's the latter, because Franco's so problematic.)

89. Attempt to sync Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moonwith The Wizard of Ozand convince yourself that the album was written to Dorothy’s journey in the movie.

90. Get a coffee from Method and walk around Bryan Place. Let the proximity between the houses blow your mind.

91. Visit a swingers club, but keep social distance.

92. Gather all the Doritos flavors you can find, stack one on top of another, and eat the stack all at once.

93. List your top four dream blunt rotation.

94. Print out pictures of your dream blunt rotation, tape their faces to your couch pillows and imagine the conversations you’d have on them, with them and about them.

95. Listen to Willie Nelson’s “On The Road Again” while you’re on the road again to get some more Taco Bell.

96. Remember the high school yearbook from earlier? Roll up your weed on the pages of people you disliked and smoke 'em.

97. Or just roll up on the front cover of your yearbook so weed doesn’t get caught between the pages

98. Search “Dallas” on Bandcamp and listen to different local music. Buy all the songs you like on iTunes and feel like a real patron of local culture.

93. Write your dealer a thank you letter for always being there for you. Don't send it through the mail, though, you narc. Be cool.

94. Make a list of your favorite smoke shop accessories and map out different smoke shops to hit up from Skylight Smoke Shop in Forth Worth to Retro Revolution Smoke Shop in Plano.

95. Buy a costume at Dallas Vintage Shop in Plano and wear it to, like, Red Lobster.

96. Weep for the lobsters about to be sacrificed into a meal.

97. Go up to the conspiracy theorists at Dealey Plaza and tell them your own theories of the JFK assassination to teach them a lesson on being told conspiracy theories against one's will.

98. Channel your inner Texan (not outer because you can't deal with that accent) and go to the Texas Horse Park in Great Trinity Forest to finally take horse-riding lessons.

99. Realize that Texas Horse Park is closed on Tuesdays and take a trip to Joppa Reserve instead.

100. After you develop your own theory of the JFK assassination, compare it to the JFK theory twists after watching both The Umbrella Academyand 11/22/63 to see how they line up. Go back to Dealey Plaza and tell the conspiracy theorists again how you solved the mystery.

101. Go for a hike at the Cedar Ridge Preserve even though you can barely walk by now.

102. Try to follow the instructions on a package of ramen, but backward.

103. Play Connect the Dots with your freckles with a permanent marker. Start the next stupid trend on TikTok.

104. Clean your favorite piece to smoke from and smoke a nice bowl. Have a funeral for your favorite piece you just broke because it slipped out of your hands and smoke a blunt in its memory.

105. Watch Martha & Snoop’s Potluck Party Challenge and attempt one of the challenges stoned out of your mind.

106. Watch past Snoop Dog interviews from his YouTube show GGN Newsand take a hit every time either Snoop or his guest smokes on the show.

107. Look for online evidence to determine whether Snoop or Willie Nelson is the biggest stoner. Make a PowerPoint presentation to show your work.

108. Watch the VICE TV episode “Proving and Disproving Myths About Weed With Experiments” and debunk all the myths behind cannabis.

109. Attempt to roll a cross joint.

110. Go on a tour of the skankiest motels. No, we didn't mean "swankiest."

111. Ask your parents to get high with you for the first time.

112. Find out if the Dallas Pedestrian Network, aka Dallas' tunnels, are open. And then let us know, would you? We're too high to look it up.

113. Make the trip to Van Alstyne and try the sweet crust on the veggie pizza at Andrea's Pizza. Die.

114. If you have no roommates or friends to smoke with, grab your best blanket and enjoy that blunt by yourself, you deserve it!

115. Buy a bag full of your favorite candy from Atomic Candy in Denton Square. Ask yourself, "Shit, I'm in Denton again?!"

116. Grab ramen at Oni Ramen on Elm Street since your Maruchan experiment didn't work out.

117. Go to Walmart with a friend and compete over who can put together the ugliest outfit.

118. Watch the SMOKEABLESseries from VICE and take notes on doing some major DIY to smoke out of different objects.

119. Explain to your roommates why their favorite things in your apartment are now weed pipes.

120. Watch Bong Appétit while you eat your leftover ramen.

121. Cruise through downtown Dallas while blasting "Never Gonna Give You Up" so you can Rickroll EVERYONE.

122. Watch Titanic while high and try to see things from the iceberg's perspective.

116. Watch Friday even though it's Tuesday.

121. Listen to “Because I Got High” by Afroman because you did what the song said.

122. Look up different 420 playlists on Spotify because you can't find the one you made somewhere between your trips to Denton.

123. Type in “Things to watch while high" on YouTube. You’ll see what happens.

124. Listen to the WeedMan 420 Chroniclespodcast.

125. Watch the original Godzillafrom 1954 at the Texas Theatre in Oak Cliff.

124. Show up half-baked to Half Price Books in Northeast Dallas and read half of your favorite book.

125. Buy some fresh flowers from Dallas House of Flowers. Ah, fresh smells.

126. Before smoking your bong, put filtered water in the base, add in some ice and a few drops of peppermint oil for the most refreshing hit ever.

127. Rip hits off the beer bong while listening to Post Malone’s Beerbongs & Bentleys.

128. Play Battleship but every time your ship gets hit you have to take a hit, too.

129. Catch the food trucks at Klyde Warren Park and have a picnic to the soothing sounds of highway traffic.

130. Tell the kids the food trucks are giving away free ice cream, and have the climbing structure all to yourself.

131. Get some street tacos and add something wild like pineapple or egg, just to prove you're not as predictable as your ex claims.

132. Take a bachata dance class at Alpha Midway Dance Studio because those hips wanna work.

133. Take a guided art tour at AT&T Stadium between noon and 2 p.m.

134. Go to Cretia's in Bishop Arts and pick the fattest slice of cake.

135. Try to milk the cows at Trammell Crow Park before you realize they’re not real. Actually, don't touch the art. Or do, we're not your mom.

136. Go to the Farmers Market of Grapevine, which is superior because it runs from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

137. Buy some herbs to go with your after-herb meal.

138. Find a portrait at the Dallas Museum of Art and do a whole bit like you're staring into a mirror.

139. Enjoy some of that green in The Green Room's rooftop.

140. Then head over to Wits End where you can look out over Deep Ellum and hate-watch the tourists.

141. Stop by the Weed Spot for CBD-infused gummies to mellow you out even more.

142. Try double rolling those smoking papers.

143. Feed the ducks at White Rock Lake. Feed everyone. You've had enough snacks for the day.

144. Watch the ducks at Duck Creek Linear Park. Sit with the realization that you're suddenly way into ducks.

145. Open your favorite app for store and restaurant reviews and practice kindness by saying nice things about the businesses you don’t like.

146. Find a comedy show and because you can't, laugh at every dad joke your server at Red Lobster makes like it's standup.

147. Prove your theory that the high hits different with Erykah Badu playing in the background.

148. Play arcade games at Bishop Cidercade. You're just better when you’re stoned.

149. Alternatively, remember that Free Play Arcade games will have all your childhood favorites for a trip down memory lane. Don't cry.

150. Climb up to the rooftop at LSA Burger in Denton after filling up on a juicy burger and fries.

151. And get a snow cone from the gnome place because it's rare you come to Denton this often.

152. Read every bit of writing on Adair's Saloon walls and write down every quote you want to remember in your notes app.

153. Admire each origami bird, individually, hanging from the ceiling at AllGood Café. Do the same with each concert poster.

154. Have a tailgate party at Harvey B's.

155. Try to find Nemo at the Dallas Aquarium.

156. Do some bird-watching at Trinity River Audubon because you've moved on from ducks.

167. Their trails are open now, so go for a hike while you're up there.

168. Take a $29 online cooking class at Sur la Table at 4 p.m.

169. Then after 20 minutes, pull out the bong and celebrate, of course (just not on camera).

170. At 4:21, don't forget to get back to that cooking class.

171. Stare at this trippy imageas the faces seem to multiply each time you look.

172. Look for more trippy art in Deep Ellum's murals and just knock yourself out.

173. Take a DNA test and discover where your stoner roots are from.

174. Write a 420 themed poem to share at that open mic we talked about a while back.

175. Go to the 4DWN Skatepark just to see what artist Drigo did with the place.

176. Photoshop yourself into famous momentsin Dallas history.

177. Check out some record stores, especially 14 Records, and ask owner Bucks Burnett about his rock star stories. Then buy a record, asshole.

178. Hit up Wonderland Tropical pets for a four-legged, scaled or feathered companion. To clarify, this is a pet shop..
180. Go confess your sins to the Pope's head on display at Bucca di Peppo in Frisco.

181. And while you're there buy something from IKEA so you can entertain yourself for the rest of the year trying to follow the assembly instructions.

182. Send Sen. Ted Cruz a letter asking him for recommendations in Cancún.

183. Check out some indie bookstores, like Wild Detectives in Bishop Arts or Deep Vellum in Deep Ellum, and see who has the indie-est read.

184. Volunteer at the North Texas Food Bank because sharing those munchies wouldn’t hurt.

185. Buy a plant from Calloway’s Nursery and raise it like your own child.

186. Be careful not to mix up the water for your plant with your old bong water.

187. Make your bed, then unmake it by taking a four-minute nap.

188. Wake up and set your alarm for another 20 minutes.

189. Troll Gov. Greg Abbott and Sen. John Cornyn on Twitter with photos of your smoke-filled room to show you’re no amateur.

190. Go through Dallas Heritage Village and get a second or third or fourth high (we’ve lost count) from the history of the park.

191. Take your organics to the first 100% certified organic garden at Texas Discovery Gardens in Fair Park and fantasize about smoking those giant leaves.

192. Play the whole plot to The Lion King in your mind while staring at the lions outside the Crow Museum while trying to avoid falling in that fountain behind them.

193. Head to the International Museum of Cultures in Duncanville and strike up a conversation with those life-like figures. Tell them what Mark Twain told you earlier.

194. Believe it or not, but Ripley’s museum in Grand Prairie is made to enjoy when stoned out of your mind.

195. Have your mind blown as you forget for a moment that you’re not underwater — those sharks swimming overhead at SeaLife in Grapevine can’t hurt you.

196. Get your head beyond the clouds with some of University of Texas Arlington’s Planetarium virtual field trips and livestream events.

197. Instead of eating all your munchies on the grass, elevate your dining by bringing a tablecloth to a picnic table at Burger’s Lake in Fort Worth.

198. Imagine the ice is lava at the Galleria’s ice skating rink.

199. Rock climb on those Fruity Pebble-looking things at Canyons Rock Climbing Gym in Frisco. Don't try to pour milk on them.

200. Look up all the businesses with 420 addresses in Dallas and map them out.

21. Wait, this isn't right.

212. That's better. Nailed it.

213. Meditate at a class in Kalachandji's. Then order everything on the buffet and eat under the tree on their patio.

214. Go to the Cosmic Café and hyper-focus on every detail of the décor.

215. While you're in Oak Lawn, pretend you're in a fantasy novel at Dragon Park.

216. And get to the bottom of the mystery of how many sweets you can eat at Chocolate Secrets.

217. Walk through Swiss Avenue and actually read the plaques by the old homes. Find those people's graves. Go pay respect. Google other people's names on nearby gravestones.

218. Go to the British Emporium in Grapevine and buy candy that has a sophisticated English accent.

219. Spend all your money by seeing how far in Texas your Uber driver will take you.

220. Order a portrait of yourself with your pet from a Dallas artist. But instead of your pet, your bong.

221. Watch The Great British Bake-Off. You won't be mad at it even when you realize it's not about weed.

222. Assemble a Whirly Ball team. Play.

223. Visit a hidden gem museum, like the Museum of Geometric and MADI Art in Uptown.

224. Buy the weirdest thing you can find at Voodoo Chile. In the middle of the night.

225. Check out the “historic hands” collection at Baylor Hospital. Let them reach into your soul.

226. Do a grocery store tour and eat as many samples as you can.

227. Cool off at Epic Waters, the largest indoor waterpark in Texas.

228. Play putt-putt at Top Golf, but invent entirely new rules.

229. Go rollerblading at Fair Park.

230. Drive to Cooper Farms for some fresh peach ice cream.

231. Take an Uber to the Galaxy Drive-In in Ennis. Awkwardly watch a movie with your driver. Money well spent.

232. Spend a kitschy afternoon at Louis Tussaud’s Palace of Wax in Grand Prairie

233. Eat without a break at Delucca Pizza.

234. Go to the Benihana in North Dallas and stare at the koi pond until everything makes sense.

235. Use the cupcake ATM at Sprinkles in Preston Center.

236. Hear some jazz at Balcony Club and dance like no one's watching because no one wants to see that.

237. Tour the real-life Munster Mansion in Waxahachie

238. Buy something at Forestwood Antique Mall that reminds you of grandma's house.

239. Accept your fate as a Dallasite and finally tour Southfork Ranch.

240. Worship the sun at the Fraternal Order of Eagles.

241. Visit Covington’s, one of the largest nurseries in Texas.

242. Grow up and buy a toy at Froggie’s 5 & 10.

243. Visit an old school bowling alley like Plano Superbowl

244. Do a taste test to determine the best doughnut shop in the city.

245. Finally visit one of those Instagram art experiences, like Sweet Tooth Hotel, so you can get some "content."

500. Buy a sandwich from Jimmy’s Food Store and leave it somewhere, turning the rest of your day into a “Dude, Where’s my Sandwich?” style adventure.

358. Unpack and repack a Russian nesting doll as you watch Russian Doll on Netflix while espousing Rasputinesque spellcraft for the benefit of one.

359. Buy tons of bath salts and treat White Rock Lake as your personal salty bath. It is manmade after all.

360. Walk around White Rock lake until you get dizzy.

361. Make friends with the drivers next to you at that one stoplight that doesn't turn green, ever.

362. Walk to the Trinity River, close enough to see it but not smell it.

363. “Hey mister” Highland Park snobs into buying you a pizza.

364. Comparison-shop for cars you can't afford and won't be able to afford, ever.

365. Panic and do your taxes, thinking they're five days late because you forgot they pushed the deadline back.

366. Tell your stoner buds about your idea for a remake of the Big Lebowski starring Big Freedia.

367. A friend with weed is a friend indeed but your friend named Frank has COVID. Call Frank.

12,002. Hide your weed, forget where, then spend the rest of the day looking for it.

400. QUICK: What’s 7x9? If you got 53, smoke another bowl, you deserve it. Wait, is it 53? Oh, never mind. 63. Smoke one anyway.

401. Debate pupusas vs. tacos. A sandwich would be nice, too. Get all three.

402. Fake your own death, then make a comeback once you’ve realized no one noticed.

403. Sorry, what?

404. Call your old teachers and tell them you're stoned. They will totally be surprised.

405. Don't get stoned and think about your ex. You’re thinking about them now, aren’t you? Got ya.

406. Go to the laundromat and ask the person next to you where they got their underwear.

407. Almost there.

408. Throw a "Come draw my cat" party.

409. Find out if you have a cat.

410. Can't think of any more. Smoke for inspiration.

418. Wow, we did it.
Sours: https://www.dallasobserver.com/arts/420-things-to-do-in-dallas-to-celebrate-420-12007163
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Snickers' New Cinnamon Bun Flavor Is Available at One Store — Here's Where to Find It

Snickers is nothing if not thoughtful about their flavor innovations. They appear to know what their audience craves (the nougat! the chocolate! the crunchy peanuts!), and they aim to make their newest offerings deliver on those delicious promises. (New varieties like their Snickers Almond Brownie and the Snickers Peanut Brownie Ice Cream Bar come to mind.)

Their newest candy bar combines that iconic Snickers experience with another wholly nostalgic one: cinnamon buns.

Indeed, Snickers Cinnamon Bun doesn't skimp on the satisfaction, but it amps up the home-cooked goodness aspect of weekend mornings and holidays with a heavy hand of cinnamon bun flavor.

The candy bar is made with cinnamon bun-flavored nougat, crunchy peanuts, buttery caramel, and of course the cloak of creamy milk chocolate. It's everything you want to satisfy your Snickers craving, but with a hint of grandmother's best baked treats.

We tried the candy bar and found that the cinnamon flavor was subtle but not overlooked. It warms up your mouth after chewing and makes you almost crave a cup of hot cocoa or chai. Fleece blanket season is almost here, after all.

If you want to sink your teeth into your own Snickers Cinnamon Bun, you might have to do a little leg work. The limited-edition candy bar will be available beginning this month but only at Walmart. You can buy 1.5-ounce Singles or a 24-count box of Singles on Walmart.com.

Related:The McRib Is Returning to Celebrate Its 40th Birthday

Sours: https://www.allrecipes.com/article/snickers-cinnamon-bun-walmart/

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