|thebaronsdoctor - 2009-10-27 |
This is the sort of thing you see people watching in tv shows.
Just random, unconnected visuals meant to create the illusion of n actual program.
|Hooper_X - 2009-10-27 |
Maybe your kid would be smarter if you fucking read to them yourself instead of letting the goddamned TV be your babysitter.
|Triggerbaby - 2009-10-27 |
I don't understand. Did these DVDs full of bullshit use to be super expensive or something?
No, but there were millions of them. A friend of my wife swore by them (she had something like 15), but she was also into colloidal silver. It was a head-scratcher moment when the kid waved his arms and the parents were convinced that he was signing 'more', "Just like on the tapes!"
I was crashing on their couch, so I just pleaded with them to research colloidal silver before they put any more of it into their bodies rather than laugh at their stupid baby.
lord, I hope they werent giving the baby silver
|Bort - 2009-10-27 |
Hey, suddenly I understand logarithms!
|Bitter with a side of Rice - 2009-10-27 |
Fun fact: a study found that children that watched this shit before the age of two actually had their development significantly retarded.
I can't imagine why.
|Herr Matthias - 2009-10-27 |
I find the imagery at 0:39 a little too suggestive for a children's program.
|boner - 2009-10-28 |
Einstein didn't talk until he was 5 right?
|frau_eva - 2009-10-28 |
Wow, so I heard about the research that these videos actually delay development for various reasons.
But it's a whole other experience now that I know they're basically Meatwad's TV shows from Aqua Teen Hunger Force, only with SPANISH! Jesus Christ, people. Forcing babies to watch soap operas would be more educational than this.
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