Blogging Cracked: 20 Baby Products Great For Traumatizing Infants

Blogging Cracked: 20 Baby Products Great For Traumatizing Infants

Alejandra Valera
Aug 19, 2008

Cracked was one of our favorite reads as a kid, so every now and then we spend a couple hours perusing the comedic site. Their article "20 Baby Products Great For Traumatizing Infants" had us chuckling and then some! Items on the list ranged from stuffed poo and pee to mop outfits. We have to admit, we owned one of the items listed there -- but we won't tell which one.

#7 is the Baby Mop designed to "make your children work for their keep." It's a wearable mop that little crawlers can don and clean up the floor with. Cracked warns you however, "...extended wear on carpet may build a static charge equivalent to licking a car battery."


#19 is a sling that holds baby and hooks them over a bathroom door while you use the facilities. Cracked comments, "This is a dangerous idea. Not because it looks unstable or poorly constructed, but because its utility is too seductive."


Other favorites include the Daddle ("Not many kids toys come with the advisory 'Don't leave children unattended with this toy. Also never forget your safeword.'"), the Baby Whoopee Cushion Costume ("The instant someone opts to sit on it the joke will take a horrible, strangely poetic turn.") and the Swimming Neck Ring.


There were also a couple items familiar to Ohdeedoh readers, including Heelarious and the Baby Toupee.

To read the rest of the hilarious (or is it heelarious?) list, visit Cracked's Web site.

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