May 6, 2009

If my children were purchasing my birthday presents...

I'd end up with THESE items...


The Topsy Turvy. I will no longer have to dig up a garden and I will always have fresh tomatoes. I'll be the envy of all tomato gardeners!


Touch and Brush...also in 'Chrome"!



Mighty Mendit. If I had some of this, I wouldn't have to throw away any clothing ever again!


And who can forget these!!!



BendaWhat?! BendaWho?!

Thank You Nickelodeon, Disney AND PBS. I am now a horrible parent for not owning these particular items that, in my children' opinion, should be able to save the world!

Are your kids as entertained with these commercials as mine are? Did I miss any "Must Have" items? Do you find it as disturbing as I do that they market this stuff during kids TV? :D

11 comments:

Litgirl01 said...

I sort kinda want to try that topsy turvy!! LOL

Marybeth said...

I sadly have lusted over it myself...LOL

Theresa said...

they neglect to tell you that you need 10,000 bendaroo sticks to build everything you see here...so order now!

Marybeth said...

But what about all the free ones you get!!! How disappointing!

T. Anne said...

LOL! I want those things!!!!!

Marybeth said...

They are all quite intriguing...minus the Bendaroos that my children seem to think are the greatest invention ever. I'll probably buy them for Christmas one year.....maybe.....

my4kidsma said...

I have been informed by my 5 year old that MUST get them for her birthday. ::I want them too::

Rene said...

My daughter (when she was 5) wanted Mighty Putty for her birthday. And they all thought the Big City Slider was indispensible. My son loves to watch "Pitchmen." My girls want Billy Mays to adopt them. And lets not get started on "Snuggies."

Marybeth said...

Oh oh and let's not forget Sham Wow!!!

Windsong said...

*grin*

This made me smile. Fortunately we don't have TV reception, so our kidlets don't see commercials. Ads from the bookstore are another matter though. ;-)

Marybeth said...

Windsong, It's probably best your children don't see these commercials. When a 4yr old can recite the entire commercial...there's an issue :)