|Urkel Forever |
I completely lost it at the sticker game.
Death Toilet: The toilet that eats children.
Mother of god NO
Dear God, impossible to watch all in a single sitting. I like how it looks like all the kids are randomly hanging out in the bathroom at the end of the segments.
|astropod five |
The stickers make a sticker noise when stuck to the surface of water.
Dear god that girl is a fatty.
Also, did those kids just all pop out of the toilet directly after the sticker game?
"Dr. Baruch Kushnir, a worldwide expert of sphincter control, graduated from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and possesses an M.Sc. in Clinical Psychology and a Ph. D. in Medical Psychology from Leeds and Hull Universities in the UK. Since 1982, he has devoted his life to the treatment and research of problems with sphincter control in children."
"Dr. Baruch Kushnir, a worldwide expert of sphincter control,"
AN EXPERT. And the doc ain't even a proctologist.
"The Bed-Wetting Alarm - The method can be applied to all kinds of bed wetting alarms available. It is very important that the alarm you use is reliable and safe, providing a solid base for a successful treatment combimed with our support."
I don't know if the alarm system is merely the name for his way of checking up on bed-wetting, but I am concerned if he actually has some sort of electronic device that rings a bell when it senses urine on the mattress...
Like he's put WAY too much thought and effort into this.
Why does the diaper sound like Dr. Tran?
Thanks, poeTV, I now feel very disgusting. I kept thinking "this is how I pee on your mom."
I'm off to buy some stickers.
|Lauritz Melchior |
For me, this wasn't even close to five stars until the credit at the end.
I can just hear the toilet say, not in the face, not in the face as the kid pees in its eye.
The song reminds me of The Jew, The Italian, and The Red-Head Gay. THEY all live together on Avenue A.
I don't have kids. So I must ask: Is it usual for a child to have an advanced vocabulary and speak in complete sentences and still be in diapers?
Are these kids supposed to be verbally advanced two-year-olds, or sphincter-impaired teens?
Really, based on the evidence, which of those two possibilities do you think is more likely?
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