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Fisher-Price Debuts “Nostalgia Beats” – New Line of Musical Toys Featuring 90’s & 2000’s Hits

In a move sure to appeal to millennial parents everywhere, Fisher-Price has announced the launch of a new line of musical toys featuring beloved hits from the 90’s and 2000’s. “I simply couldn’t stand to hear “Old McDonald” or “BINGO” one more time,” remarked one local parent.  “For too long, parents have been subjected to the same tired tunes on repeat,” commented Fisher-Price spokesperson, Melody Rhymes. “With our new line of musical toys, we’re giving parents a much-needed break from the monotony while introducing their little ones to the songs of their youth.”

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Where the Hell are Ryder’s From Paw Patrol's Parents?
  • This is true and it's why my floor is constantly covered with these damn toys and my kids are still asking whatever the new one is

  • Where the Hell are Ryder’s From Paw Patrol's Parents?
  • I'll have whatever hallucinations that person is having! Fun read, thanks

  • Where the Hell are Ryder’s From Paw Patrol's Parents?
  • I can't think of anything that is more plausible than this so I'm going to adopt this canon as well

  • Where the Hell are Ryder’s From Paw Patrol's Parents?
  • Is the paw patrol tax payer funded? If so, Adventure Bay citizens need to start a protest for blatant misuse of funds and child labor offenses

  • Where the Hell are Ryder’s From Paw Patrol's Parents?

    Ryder, the local young leader of the Paw Patrol, has long been a fixture in Adventure Bay. He is often seen gallivanting around town with his high-tech ATVs or overseeing operations in his pup-filled command center. However, recent concerns about his upbringing have left many locals bewildered and wondering where the hell are Ryder’s parents?

    “I see that kid zooming around town on his ATV at all hours of the day and night,” expressed one concerned citizen. “Doesn’t he have a bedtime? And where are his parents when he’s operating heavy machinery without any formal training? I have never even heard his parents being referenced, let alone seen proof that they exist. The kid can’t be more than 10 years old! Where are social services?”

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    Where the Hell are Ryder’s From Paw Patrol's Parents?

    Ryder, the local young leader of the Paw Patrol, has long been a fixture in Adventure Bay. He is often seen gallivanting around town with his high-tech ATVs or overseeing operations in his pup-filled command center. However, recent concerns about his upbringing have left many locals bewildered and wondering where the hell are Ryder’s parents?

    “I see that kid zooming around town on his ATV at all hours of the day and night,” expressed one concerned citizen. “Doesn’t he have a bedtime? And where are his parents when he’s operating heavy machinery without any formal training? I have never even heard his parents being referenced, let alone seen proof that they exist. The kid can’t be more than 10 years old! Where are social services?”

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    United Healthcare Introduces Ear Infection Loyalty Card named “Infectious Rewards”

    United Healthcare, one of the largest health insurance providers in the US, recently introduced a new loyalty program targeting families with children who are prone to ear infections. The program, called “Infectious Rewards,” promises to give a free coffee mug to parents whose children experience 7 or more ear infections in a single year.

    Named “Infectious Rewards,” this innovative program aims to reward parents who are constantly caring for their children’s chronic ear infections. “We know that ear infections can be a real pain, both for children and their parents,” said United Healthcare spokesperson, Jane Billingsly. “That’s why we wanted to give something back to those parents who would gladly trade one of their thumbs in exchange for one month of winter without their children being sick.”

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    Tell me what it smells like in the comments!
  • chicken tendies and sugary bbq sauce

  • Guy with the biggest kill streak on the battlefield's weapon of choice
  • damn if i could just get the demon core mace in Diablo my paladin's build would be complete

  • ¡Ay, caramba!
  • I'm a simple man. I see a George Costanza meme and i upvote

  • Dad Blows Through 10 Of Child’s Snack Packs In One Sitting
  • the foil lined paper bags of Goldfish are no match for me

  • Mmm...silicalicious
  • Lionel Hutz for prez!

  • Joe Rogan Experience Podcast Features First Child Guest Alec Jones

    The ever-unpredictable Joe Rogan Experience shattered another mold this week, welcoming its youngest guest ever: 9-year-old Alec Jones, a fourth grader from Austin, Texas. The episode, which aired yesterday, left audiences both amused and bewildered as Rogan delved into topics including ancient archeology, memories of the Comedy Store, and ice baths.

    “It’s entirely possible that this kid might just be the next big thing,” Rogan declared at the start of the episode, As the interview kicked off, Rogan wasted no time diving. “So, Alec, what’s your workout routine like? Do you hit the monkey bars hard, or are you more of a dodgeball kind of kid?” he inquired curiously.

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    Joe Rogan Experience Podcast Features First Child Guest Alec Jones

    The ever-unpredictable Joe Rogan Experience shattered another mold this week, welcoming its youngest guest ever: 9-year-old Alec Jones, a fourth grader from Austin, Texas. The episode, which aired yesterday, left audiences both amused and bewildered as Rogan delved into topics including ancient archeology, memories of the Comedy Store, and ice baths.

    “It’s entirely possible that this kid might just be the next big thing,” Rogan declared at the start of the episode, As the interview kicked off, Rogan wasted no time diving. “So, Alec, what’s your workout routine like? Do you hit the monkey bars hard, or are you more of a dodgeball kind of kid?” he inquired curiously.

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    Welcome to our Ool!
  • Oh ya first time it snowed this winter i sprinted right out there Good suggestions, ty!

  • Welcome to our Ool!
  • Long time user(at hotels), first time owner!
    Just changed the water and in-laws have the kids for the weekend. Was hoping to use it during our first kid-free weekend in awhile but forecast says rain all weekend. Anyone have ideas or suggestions for temporary way to shield it from rain?

  • My Son is an Uncultured Simpleton for Ordering a Burger at an Authentic Mexican Restaurant
  • I did be sure to mention it's a satire site on the About page and right under the logo on the header of every page (although now looking at it again, it is too small).
    On Lemmy I include "Read the rest of the satire news article here at..." at the bottom of every post description. I also have it listed on the side bar of this community and the bio in my profile.
    Although, it doesn't matter if I have it listed if people don't see it. thanks for the feedback! I'll start with making the header tagline larger and think of other ideas.

  • Scientists Discover “Big Bone” Gene, Overweight Children Everywhere Rejoice

    In a groundbreaking development, scientists have identified a newly discovered gene believed to contribute to a larger bone structure in some individuals, popularly referred to as being “big-boned.” This news has sparked excitement among sturdy, husky, and hefty children worldwide, who have often faced assumptions that their weight is solely a result of embarrassingly poor dietary choices and near-zero amount of exercise.

    Dubbed the “big bone” gene, this revolutionary discovery is set to shake up the world of genetics and weight loss. For years, overweight individuals have been told that their size is a result of their lifestyle choices, but now they can rest assured that their weight is simply a matter of genetics.

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    You'll never get a promotion that way.
  • They would also blame it on millennials

  • fashion cat
  • well thank you, made my day!

  • My Son is an Uncultured Simpleton for Ordering a Burger at an Authentic Mexican Restaurant

    As a father, I take great pride in introducing my son to new experiences and cultures. So you can imagine my disappointment when we recently visited a highly recommended authentic Mexican restaurant, only to have my son order a burger and fries?

    I mean, what kind of uncultured simpleton doesn’t order tacos or enchiladas at a Mexican restaurant? And to make matters worse, he doesn’t even pronounce Mexico with an H. It’s MEH-i-co, not MEX-i-co

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    Local Child Fails to Grasp “Yes, and” Improv Principle, Bores Playmates

    In a stunning display of comedic ineptitude, a local child has been found to be exceptionally bad at improv during his playtime with friends. The seven year old child, whose name has been withheld to protect his identity, has been reported to consistently fail at the fundamental concept of “yes, and,” leaving his playmates frustrated and bored.

    According to sources close to the child, he has a habit of blocking instead of engaging in the collaborative back-and-forth that defines good improv. “He always says things like, ‘No, I don’t want to go to the zoo’ or ‘I’m not a pirate,'” expressed a frustrated playmate. “It’s like, come on, we’re pretending here! Can’t you use your imagination and go along with it?!”

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    Local Child Fails to Grasp “Yes, and” Improv Principle, Bores Playmates

    In a stunning display of comedic ineptitude, a local child has been found to be exceptionally bad at improv during his playtime with friends. The seven year old child, whose name has been withheld to protect his identity, has been reported to consistently fail at the fundamental concept of “yes, and,” leaving his playmates frustrated and bored.

    According to sources close to the child, he has a habit of blocking instead of engaging in the collaborative back-and-forth that defines good improv. “He always says things like, ‘No, I don’t want to go to the zoo’ or ‘I’m not a pirate,'” expressed a frustrated playmate. “It’s like, come on, we’re pretending here! Can’t you use your imagination and go along with it?!”

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    Siblings in Shock as Mom Buys Extra Large Bowl, Shattering Dreams of Escaping Dreaded Bowl Haircut

    The hopes of one large family has been plunged into a nightmare. Their mother’s recent purchase of an extra large mixing bowl has crushed their hopes of ever escaping the dreaded bowl haircut that all five siblings receive monthly. All of them had been harboring dreams of one day stepping into an extra bright Great Clips for their first non-bowlcut, were left shell-shocked as their mom’s decision threatened to keep them follicly imprisoned for years to come.

    The tale begins with the eldest of the siblings, Chad, a quickly growing 13 year old who had recently outgrown the standard-sized mixing bowl their mother had employed for their regular haircuts. Chad had celebrated this milestone for he had hoped that reaching adolescence would signal the end of the bowl cut era and the dawn of more sophisticated hairstyles.

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    Paw Patrol’s Rubble seriously injured in accident, Ryder accused of not following safety regulations

    Sources close to the situation claim that Ryder, the team’s leader, had been neglecting safety regulations, leaving Rubble and other members vulnerable to accidents on the job. An anonymous dalmatian source expressed concern, stating, “It was like a ticking time bomb. We all knew it was only a matter of time before a serious injury occurred.” Another anonymous German shepherd source added, “The moment Rubble fell into the hole, Ryder went into full cover-up mode. He instructed us to remain silent and threatened to kick us off the team if we reported the safety violations. It was quite frightening.”

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    “We believe in personalization,” said Tiffany Floyd, director of the daycare division, “and what’s more personalized than putting a price tag on every single childhood experience?”

    The “Bare Minimum Bronze” package, priced at a very affordable $300 per week, includes a single bedtime story (same story every time), daily servings of gruel, and exactly one lukewarm hug on Fridays. For an additional $5 a month, parents can choose the story’s theme, although preferred language and character development are not guaranteed.

    “We call it the ‘Tease of Literacy’ add-on,” explained Floyd.

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    Jerry Manders, 5-Year-Old Prodigy Liar, Already Hailed as Future Political Star

    There’s a up-and-coming political star that is making waves on the local level, 5-year-old Jerry Manders from Chicago, Illinois, has been identified as a lying prodigy with a skill set so advanced that he is already being hailed as a future star in American politics.

    “Yes, I did my homework last night,” Jerry fibbed to his kindergarten teacher earlier this week, not knowing that this precise moment would set him on a path to future public office. Jerry, who had instead spent the prior evening watching toy unboxing videos, showcased a remarkable aptitude for deflecting blame, disarming his opponents with confusing rhetoric, and a natural talent for lying constantly—all foundational skills in the political arena.

    https://tattletaletimes.com/index.php/2023/09/01/jerry-manders-5-year-old-prodigy-liar-already-hailed-as-future-political-star/

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    www.tattletaletimes.com Local Father Confident His 6-Year-Old Son Will Be NFL Quarterback – Destined to be an Unskilled Position at Best

    In a story that's sure to have you shaking your head and chuckling to yourself, a local father is reportedly convinced that his 6-year-old son is destined for NFL stardom as a quarterback, despite all evidence to the contrary.

    Local Father Confident His 6-Year-Old Son Will Be NFL Quarterback – Destined to be an Unskilled Position at Best

    In a story that will undoubtedly leave you shaking your head and chuckling to yourself, a local father is reportedly convinced that his 6-year-old son is destined to become an NFL star as a quarterback, despite all evidence to the contrary.

    Sources reveal that the father has been pushing his son to become a football prodigy since the boy could barely walk. Despite the lack of any discernible talent or genuine interest in the sport, the father remains convinced that his son is the next Tom Brady.

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    www.tattletaletimes.com Desperate Army Recruiters Visit Preschool, Sign Hundreds of New Recruits Who Don’t Understand the Seriousness of their Decisio

    The U.S. Army is taking drastic measures to address dwindling enlistment numbers, they have taken recruiting efforts to new heights,

    Desperate Army Recruiters Visit Preschool, Sign Hundreds of New Recruits Who Don’t Understand the Seriousness of their Decisio

    The U.S. Army is taking drastic measures to address dwindling enlistment numbers, they have taken recruiting efforts to new heights, or rather, new lows. In a scene that resembled some sort of absurd parody, military recruiters set up a table at the Little Tykes Preschool yesterday, enticing unsuspecting 4-year-olds into signing up for a four-year stint in the armed forces as soon as they turned 18. You may be wondering what persuaded these tiny tots to exchange their nap times for boot camp? PRIME energy drinks, Paw Patrol stuffies, and a big bag of Goldfish crackers.

    "I mean, who could resist?" remarked Staff Sergeant Chase Steele, one of the recruiters overseeing the event. "We've tried everything else—free college tuition, signing bonuses, even promising a chance to 'see the world.' But it turns out, the real key to recruitment success was to sign them up far before they know the true consequences of their actions."

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    www.tattletaletimes.com $200 Applebee’s Date Night Pass Sends Divorce Lawyers into Feeding Frenzy

    Divorce lawyers across the nation are raising their glasses – and their billing rates – as Applebee’s sells out their

    $200 Applebee’s Date Night Pass Sends Divorce Lawyers into Feeding Frenzy

    Divorce lawyers across the nation are raising their glasses – and their billing rates – as Applebee’s sells out their new date night pass in only a few hours. The $200, 52 week date night deal is predicted to be responsible for a surge in divorce filings and salmonella.

    “Arguments over food choices are just the tip of the iceberg.” warns divorce lawyer Anna Turney, who is already rubbing her hands together in anticipation. “It’s only a matter of time until the husband starts getting a little too familiar with the young, cute hostess he ogles every week. Applebee’s may call it Date Night, but I call it Exhibit A.”

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    www.tattletaletimes.com Sopranos Junior Announced at Nickelodeon, Sure to Be a Hit!

    Nickelodeon has announced a new children's TV show based on the gritty mob drama, The Sopranos. The new show, titled Sopranos Junior, will feature all of the favorite characters from the original series, only in pint-sized form.

    Sopranos Junior Announced at Nickelodeon, Sure to Be a Hit!

    Nickelodeon has recently announced a new children’s TV show inspired by the gritty mob drama, The Sopranos. Titled “Sopranos Junior,” the show will feature all the beloved characters from the original series, but in pint-sized form.

    According to the producers, the show is targeted at children aged 7-10 and will showcase a colorful cast of characters, including Tiny Tony, Miniature Meadow, and Pint-Sized Paulie.

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    www.tattletaletimes.com Simon Says He’s Had Enough! Local Boy Considers Name Change to Rover to Avoid Teasing

    Ten-year-old Simon Sess, unfortunately named after a classic children's game, expressed his deep hatred for his name. Due to the

    Simon Says He’s Had Enough! Local Boy Considers Name Change to Rover to Avoid Teasing

    Ten-year-old Simon Sess, unfortunately named after a classic children’s game, expressed his deep hatred for his name. Due to the relentless teasing centered around “Simon Says,” the child is now considering changing his name to something cool that can’t be teased like Rover or Chase.

    “Every single day,” laments Simon, “I could be minding my own business when someone will shout, ‘Simon says touch your nose!’ and then everyone starts laughing.

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