To push or slice and dice? This is the question that to-be moms face these days…
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Here’s an idea no one seems to have thought of before… if you don’t want children then try not having kids! Woah, is that a legitimate option now?
Old Spice is known for making funny, clever, and highly watchable TV commercials. Its latest one, called Momsong, is another innovative advert, and has to be seen to be believed.
The Daleks are an iconic villain in the world of science fiction and geekdom, and their fame isn’t limited just to Doctor Who fans either.
However, it appears as though some babies are a little sensitive to the metallic voices of the Daleks, which throws these cosplayers off their usual script for a short time.
The world is much more inclusive now than it ever has before, with differences in gender, race, age, and disability largely no longer serious issues.
However, there is still an ideal that toy-makers seem to think we should aspire to be. Dolls, for example, are usually white, healthy, slim, and pretty, even though that doesn’t describe most people in the world.
Yeah, yeah, so you’re wearing personalized Xmas jammies, who cares?! Clearly some people do, as this video has racked up millions of hits over the past week.
Goldieblox is a new range of toys aimed primarily at girls. The difference is these aren’t your typical girly toys such as dolls, princesses, and all things pink.
Instead, Goldieblox features interactive games based around engineering, building, and coding, all things that are traditionally male pastimes.
This video demonstrates how a seemingly innocuous set of circumstances can lead to really bad things.
“A five-year-old boy with cancer has become a superhero for a day, as San Francisco transformed itself into Gotham City and thousands turned out to see the Batkid fly to the rescue.
If something you did made your baby cry then you’d stop doing it instantly, wouldn’t you? Of course, but apparently not everybody follows that obvious script.