A Ruse?

Our kids need to get out more.


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22 responses to “A Ruse?

  1. There was a very long time I was trying to potty train my child. This might have come in handy. Though I wouldn’t have shown him the video for fear he’d think eating donuts from the toilet was a natural act!

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  2. Yikes, gross. Reminds me of the Pooping Reindeer I got my co-workers one year for Christmas. They’re filled with brown jelly beans, you press the tail and it dispenses them one at a time. No stirring around the “treats” in the toilet bowl though, that’s new. 🙂

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    • That is a great gag gift! Surprisingly, no one has ever given me one. I do bring my son various candy poops (moose, lobster, etc.) whenever we go away, but he just rolls his eyes. 🙄

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  3. Are you kidding me?! There is nothing left but to teach kids to play with poop?! Sorry, I have more questions than words.

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  4. On one hand, I think these are pretty adorable. However, on the other hand, I have a lot of questions. If these are being used to help potty-train a child, will the thought of monsters emerging from the toilet really inspire them or (pardon the pun) scare the shit out of them? I am also disturbed that a fork is used to fish around in the bowl. Why not a toilet brush? Do we really want to teach kids that forks belong in the toilet? Then there is the idea of growing snacks in the toilet, fishing them out (with the aforementioned fork), eating them and then shitting them out again. Do we want toddlers thinking that stuff in the toilet should be considered a buffet?

    This reminds me of when I was potty-training my son. He was pretty good at peeing in the toilet (after a horrific first time, when, since I am female, I had no idea I had to warn him that he had to aim if he wanted to peepee like Daddy in the big toilet. Suffice it to say the entire bathroom and the dog all needed a bath after that), and we were working on the pooping thing. I was with my sister and her son and my son in KMart. I had lost sight of my son for a moment, and then I heard his yelling, “Mommy, Mommy, come look what I did!” He sounded so happy and proud. He took me over to a potty on display and pointed at it. Yes, the pooping part of the potty-training had gone very well. After a moment of panic, we fled the store. If the KMart employee who had to clean that up is reading this, I apologize.

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    • 😂🤣😂🤣. I hope you’ve embarrassed your son constantly over the years with that story. My son proudly went into a Swiss men’s bathroom solo, after I made sure there was nobody in it. For some reason, he pooped in the urinal. We never went back there…

      But about the you, yes you make many good points. They should limit toilet toys to ones where you put the end of the toilet paper in it and flush.


  5. OMG ,,, but the company missed a golden opportunity in getting your endorsement!

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  6. I’ll assume this gem was created in the same room where the idea that an 8ft inflatable Homer Simpson in a Santa hat would be a good idea for the world.

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  7. Sweetly utterly bizarre.

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  8. OMG, this is disturbing, adorable, and hilarious all at once. I could see it being a great tool for toilet training. If the child poos in the potty, then he or she gets a chance to play with the poo toy. 😄

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  9. If I bought one, I doubt it would work.

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  10. What will folks come up with next? Pretty cute

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