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Decoration Fail

Thursday, March 27th, 2008
By raincoaster

Yet another reminder that chores should be closely supervised:

Decoration FAIL

From the esteemed FAILblog, although it would also work for StuffWhitePeopleLike:

Stuff White People Like examines the issue: Should white children be allowed to drink wine?

Being able to declare “my favorite wine as a child” in a conversation is recognized as more impressive than stories about extended visits to wine regions. In fact, it can only be topped by a story about opening your own vineyard.


It’s Time to Think Outside

Thursday, March 27th, 2008
By Glinda

Not outside the box, just about outside.  You know, the place your kids go to burn off that extra energy and for you to keep your sanity.

And let’s face it, they need to get outside, just as you need to relax with your iced tea and some Oprah.

Let’s take a gander at some of the newest in outdoor toys.

The Pulse Kick n’ Go Xcelerator  has a lever in the back that enables the rider to push down on it frantically in order to whoosh down the street.  Unlike regular scooters, they never have to put their feet on the ground to get it going.  This looks like great exercise, actually, and I might buy it just to make sure the Munchkin falls asleep within ten minutes of going to bed.

Pulse Kick n Go Scooter

Adventurous types only need apply for this next one:


The Xlider (because apparently it isn’t cool unless there’s an X in front of it) is an “independent foot stance skateboard.”  This roughly translates to: “Be ready to take your child to the emergency room on a moment’s notice.”

And for the athletic poser in the family comes the Grafeeti Shoe:

Grafeeti Shoes

Because our kids don’t have enough things to distract them, shoes that you can write on have been invented.  The special pens can be used for artwork (or whatever) that lasts as long as the owner wants it to.  Can also be used as a cheat sheet.

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