Tuesday, 24 November 2015

Drumond Park Og On The Bog review

As soon as I glanced at the press release for Drumond Park's Og on the Bog, I was giggling to myself and just knew that the Madhouse kids would find it hilarious. If you're offended by toilet humour, it won't be one for you but if toilets and farts raise a giggle in your household, you'll be on to a definite winner !

Inside the box, you get an outside toilet complete with Og (we decided this was short for ogre but we could be wrong) sitting on the throne with his trousers around his ankles ! You push the sides up in the order explained on the enclosed instructions leaflet so that it is primed, ready to explode when Og gets too cross.You also get little toilet rolls to place on the holder next to the door and a spinner.

The aim of the game is to sneak up to the toilet and steal poor Og's loo rolls without him noticing. Each player starts with one loo roll and, starting with the youngest player, you take turns spinning the spinner. A red cross means you’ve made a noise and it’s not safe to tip-toe up to Og’s Bog, so your turn is over and the next player spins. The hand holding a loo roll means you can pinch a loo roll from any other player. A green tick means that you can try your luck at stealthily stealing a loo roll from Og’s loo roll pole

To do this, you have to press down on the front step to see if Og has heard you. If he says anything, he has – and you must run away so your turn is over. If he grunts or farts, he has not heard you and you can try to lift that loo roll off the pole. Easier said than done when you can't stop giggling !

If you twitch too much, Og will make another noise - if he shouts out something (which could be quite rude!), you must drop the loo roll back on the pole and your turn is over. If he grunts or farts – success! – he did not hear you and you can keep that precious loo roll.

But… if Og does a monster fart and his Bog explodes during your turn, you have to put one of the loo rolls you’ve already collected back onto the pole and finish your turn, raising the walls of Og’s bog once again so that play can continue.

The first player to collect three loo rolls has beaten Og and is the worthy winner - but nobody really cares who wins because you're all too busy giggling and squealing with excitement anyway !


After we'd finished playing two or three games, Pierre decided to have fun all by himself just pushing repeatedly on the step. A bit like a toilet version of knock down Ginger really ! As you can see from his face, he was utterly delighted with all the noises and comments that Og makes !

It's just rude and crude enough for kids to feel slightly naughty when they're playing it, which just makes it even more fun for them. I'd love to see the look on unsuspecting visiting grandparents' faces if you pull this one out after Christmas lunch to play together !

*** Don't miss my Og on the Bog giveaway ! ***

star rating : 4.5/5

RRP : £22.99

for more information : www.drumondpark.com

Disclosure : We received the product in order to write an honest review.


  1. This sounds fantastic, my son would laugh his head off playing this, it sounds perfect to put in his stocking.

  2. This looks shamelessly brilliant.

  3. i might have to get this ive heard so much about it on blogs at the mo x