Being a teacher of teenage girls, I picked up a couple of HSM blaster boxes on clearance at Walmart with the idea of breaking up the packs and using the cards as
Gotta love the happy hands.
Something tells me that if Ryan tries to two-step his way around the baseball diamond he isn't going to score (take that however you like).
Is the word "fly" still being thrown around in "cool" circles? Or did it go out and come back in again?
Sharpay looks way too color coordinated.
Old school! I loved making Topps puzzles back in the day. But alas Troy is pointing and laughing at me. Or is he pointing at you for making it this far into a High School Musical pack break.
So let me get this straight - wear a baseball shirt and you're fly, wear a T-Shirt and a suit jacket and you're hot.
Troy is layering his outfit. A dress shirt has joined his T-shirt and jacket from the previous sticker. That makes you dreamy.
So maybe this set isn't exactly for me, but I think that's the point. The hobby is dominated by guy folks. This is a simple set that's not only aimed at the under-served young peoples market, but the female side at that. I've also always been a fan of different types of cards making up a set. Here you get cards, puzzle stickers and regular stickers. Other possible inserts include felt and sparkly stickers and memorabilia cards from Troy and Chad. I preferred the Pee Wee's Playhouse set from the pre-movie theater incident Paul Reubens days. You got cards, stickers, a lenticular mini card and an activity card all in one pack.