Friday, February 28, 2014

I Immobilized My Kid With This Handy Device



My child just had a panic attack. But I immobilized him quickly with the Papoose Board and he calmed down SO fast. The "spread-eagle" position is so comforting for little kids. It makes them believe that they are about to, like, hug Barney or Dora or another cuddly character. The head-strap aspect makes them super-secure, too, because they can't flail up and head-butt the mo fo who thinks that strapping them down is a good idea. The child pictured here was previously stupefied by continuous rounds of "Minecraft" and was therefore limp and flaccid when captured. Most children will bite you before being subjected to this humiliation.

3 comments:

La La in the LiBrArY said...

Where is the 'do not try this at home' disclaimer? I would post "LOL", if I didn't think some idiot would use this. Hugs anyone?

Catherine Stine said...

Yipes! I need this for my son's puppy who chewed up my computer cord and one of my shoes.

Precy Larkins said...

Is that for real? O_o