One of the most popular programs this winter on the Childrens channel in Sweden was Labyrint. An adventure program where the kids were to solve some problems, while being chased by different kinds of robots. If the robots caught you, they squirted slime all over you! Very exciting, and pretty gross.
While they solved the problems they would be able to get "Livspuckar" (life pucks), a glowing metallic round thing that they would attatch to their costumes. In the end these life pucks would give them an advantage in the final.
Of course I wanted my kids to feel extra special. So I made them a shirt with a big slime splash on the back and detachable life pucks (out of felt, with velcro on the back) on the front side. Pretty much the same model, but different cuts, so that our daugther got a slightly more feminine style on hers.
On the other hand. When we were up skiing with my sisters family, both our kids had their shirts with them. And the kids were playing labyrint in our house the entire week. They hid the life pucks, and then they were trying to find them while being chased by one of the kids that were stomping his/her feet really heavy as the robots did.