Posts Tagged ‘Kids’
Leave it to the Japanese people to make the nuclear crisis ‘cute’…and I say that with the upmost respect. This video was created to help Japanese parents explain the situation to their kids in terms that almost anyone can relate to…poop & farts!
What were you doing when you were 3 years old? I was building Lego masterpieces and playing “Earthquake!!!” with my next door neighbor’s Barbie Dream House. But meet Jonathan: he’s been conducting imaginary orchestras since before he could walk. Check him out as he works his magic:
German photographer Achim Lippoth must have some unresolved childhood issues he needs to resolve, and that’s a good thing. “Rage Attack” is his kick-ass photo series of kids acting really bad. I know nothing about this degenerate behavior because I was a perfect child growing up.
-via Laughing Squid
Meet 5-year-old Jonah White. He’s been playing drums since he was 3-years-old, and he’s never taken a lesson. Instead, he learned by watching and mimicking other drummers on Youtube. Wow.
I see a ton of hot groupies in this kid’s future…
Slashfilm unearthed a vintage 6-minute behind the scenes documentary about my ultimate favorite movie,”Goonies” – it’s funny to see how some of the kids were exactly like their characters (especially Data and Chunk). Also, how hilarious is it that the director, Richard Donner, basically wanted to kill himself every night because the kids drove him so crazy!? Child actors rule!
How often do your co-workers take a day off or leave a few hours early because of their kids? A soccer game here, a doctor’s appointment there, a parent-teacher conference everywhere…be honest, you secretly resent them. Besides weddings and funerals, there aren’t many other un-trumpable excuses. You shouldn’t be penalized for not having kids, but it’s not like you can suddenly create a kid out of thin air to exploit to get out of an annoying meeting…or can you?
For only $19.95, you can buy The Office Kid, “your very own fake kid in a box”. You’ll get a framed photo of the little rugrat, a crayon-scribbled drawing, and a manual with some excuses to get you started. Before you know it, you’ll be skipping work like the best of ‘em – except you won’t have to deal with temper tantrums or teenage resentment. Kids rule!