The Internet is full of unfunny jerks and child abuse.
Maybe all you
internet geeks netizens missed the class in elementary school where they explained the difference between what was funny and what was a disturbing cry for help/ and or attention.
Let me reeducate you here and now.
Abbott and Costello’s “Who’s on First?” skit = funny
Ask a Ninja = funny
Not funny at all.
I think the reasons are abundantly clear, but for those of you out there who are too obtuse to keep from forwarding this crap to my inbox, I’ll elaborate.
You see, children have no reasoning skills and cannot differentiate between a deadly choking hazard and tasty snack. The plush duck (gruesomely strung up by it’s feathered neck) clearly has eyes that pose a significant choking risk to small children and tired, hungry adults. And by the looks of things these
death balls eyes are not securely attached to the toy. No parent in their right mind should leave their child alone with this fluffy instrument of death and destruction, let alone joke about it on the internet.
So, the next time you want to duct tape your kid to a wall and take a picture for your blog, remember to keep all choking hazards at least 7 to 10 feet away from them.
Infant mortality is no joking matter.