There are a lot of directions I could go in with this post. But I worry about alienating those of you with kids and/or drinking problems (though they usually go hand-in-hand, don’t they?)
And really, the picture says it all, and by “it all”, I mean “babies love getting loaded on chocolate-covered whiskey.”
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(Via Liqurious, courtesy of Adrienne — I think.)
So yeah, this is a toy that actually exists and can be purchased with actual human money:
This is a thing that a.) someone asked for, b.) focus-tested well enough to be put into mass production, and c.) SOMEONE ASKED FOR?!
And what happens once you’ve shaved the baby’s meager amount of body hair? Does hugging it cause more hair to sprout out, like pushing Play-Doh™ through a spaghetti grinder? Or is this a brilliant case of planned obsolescence that forces you to buy dozens of hairy babies until your toddler grows tired of WIELDING A SHAVING RAZOR?
You win again, Asia.
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|| Damn, why wasn’t I born later, like say in the age of the ROBOT BABY CARRIER? Check it out, this transformers-esque baby carrier goes from innocent, soothing cradle to hot, baby racecar action.
From the product literature “When it is switched on to the automatic mode… it changes automatically, from the comfortable baby cradle to a robot car, and maneuvers by itself through the room, dodging the furnitures and walls, thus giving the young baby the fun of riding a car.” Well, I think we know what this means, baby drag racing, baby games of chicken. All your favorite deadly games with cars, now available for baby.
I wonder if baby racing will be the next big spectator sport thanks to this wonderful invention. I just hope this bad boy comes with a helmet. You know how those stick in the mud consumer protection organizations can be.