1.02.2008

they said she could keep it at their house but conveniently forgot it

11 comments:

PG said...

c,mon - it must have brought at least a little bit of a smile the first time you saw it.

Time to pack up Christmas now anyway.

Perhaps a year away in a box in the attic will cause the batteries to leak and corrode the innards, rendering it useless.

Xbox4NappyRash said...

my favourite bit is at the end when the camera goes wobbly, makes me imagine all sorts of attack scenarios.

Like another one tripped you up from behind or something...

The Supreme High Ruler of the W. Household said...

Wow.
Maybe it could have a "mysterious disappearance" in the trash can or something? Or you can give it to some poor, down on his luck homeless guy?

Whit said...

That's actually better than the things they have on an endcap at Target. My kids turn on every single one and each time I feel another day slip off my lifespan.

Calli's Mama said...

Whit...it was one of those things on the end cap at Target...

Xbox4NappyRash said...

and the red tie came free with it?

;-)

kimbescz said...

Geeze, quit your bitchin already and pack that bad boy (girl?) in the attic with the tree.

The cheering teddy can be a new family tradition. At least it keeps her inside and away from the four year olds.

Johnny said...

You really need to put a motion sickness warning on that before watching it.. LOL
I would put it in a box and mail it back to them.. LOL

BusyDad said...

Ohhh is that the "Bring it On" Christmas Bear everyone's been talking about? You lucky bastard!

MrJourneyman said...

Hey, "Look" ... Great site! I found you via BusyDad...

Yes, clearly the "cute" bear is annoying beyond all reason...BUT, maybe this is an opportunity? A little harmless revenge never hurt anyone, did it?

Perhaps your sister's name could mysteriously appear on the call lists for every presidential candidate or something (they are relentless!) *ha ha* Just a thought!

I look forward to reading more...your entries crack me up!

Have a great weekend!

His2Dads

MattL said...

DadLabs has a lot of great episodes, many of them relevant to what you're talking about, so thought you might be interested. One video about toys is here:

http://www.dadlabs.com/home/2007/10/17/143-the-lab-dads-and-dolls-1.html