Link Roundup #8,733

Japanese football team Cerezo Osaka takes on 100 children:

It kept me fascinated for five minutes. Fast forward to 14:55 to see the final score. Note that the video controls include a brightness setting (the sun icon).

  1. Photo gallery: Easter bunnies will steal your soul.
  2. Curious Pages blog — recommended inappropriate books for kids [link via Phil].
  3. Illustration: Goodbye Earth — Rendered in Photoshop by Chase Stone, a grandmother and grandchild gaze at the ‘abandoned Earth’ from their spaceship window.
  4. Imagine putting all of your cutesy handmade baby outfits on an elementary school-age child.
  5. A more explicit commercial for Baby Wee Wee — An anatomically correct male pissing doll for girls, profiled here a few years ago.


2 Responses to “Link Roundup #8,733”

  1. anjii says:

    I’m a huge Shel Silverstein fan, and have been reading his books to Wyatt, but there are definitely some poems I have to skip over, because I fear they might seriously disturb him, or give him nightmares. I actually peek at each page before I turn it, in case the picture alone might bother him. But the payoff is, in addition to some fun, silly stuff, there is also a fair amount of thought-provoking, serious conversation inducing material to balance those over-the-top works. I’ve never heard of the ABZ book before, but if I can find one, I’ll be buying it, even if only for my own enjoyment!

    March 12th, 2010 at 2:19 am

  2. PAUL says:

    Feel free to share the following tag lines with the owners of Eeyorfactory:
    1) Eeyorfactory-Continuing evidence that Grandma is completely out of touch with reality.

    2) Eeyorfactory-Because milk money is overrated.

    That wee-wee doll is disturbing on so many levels, not the least of which is that Daddy seems to enjoy being urinated on. I do not recall garnering that much pleasure from the experience when my son imitated a fire hose on me. Bodily functions are SO silly!

    March 13th, 2010 at 10:05 am

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