How to use your baby as a mop


22 Responses to “How to use your baby as a mop”

  1. chgoliz says:

    I don’t have time to search right now, but I’m sure this has been on BB at least a couple of times in the past few years. Just saying.

  2. Brainspore says:

    I’ve seen this product before, apparently it’s some kind of spoof (or at least it used to be).

    I have twin babies of my own that will be ready to crawl soon- I wonder if I could get one to clean and one to polish.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Added bonus: Build up baby’s immune system with exposure to kitchen grime!

  4. ill lich says:

    Wasn’t this a fake ad on SNL years ago?

  5. sloverlord says:

    I saw the same thing once, except for cats. It was one of those “chindougu” – inventions that seem useful at first glance, but aren’t.

  6. Againagain says:

    The good news is that babies do this regardless. Just add fleece!

  7. nanner says:

    isn’t this an example of Chindogu? i am pretty sure I learned that here on BB…

  8. jwb says:

    I think this idea occurs to everybody with a crawling infant.

  9. Anonymous says:

    Swiffer Sleepers, courtesy of SNL.

    -Darren MacLennan

  10. Thac0 says:

    Baby mops? How do they work?

    Fuckin Miracles!

  11. wineandkisses says:

    Combine that product with this baby:

  12. bobsyeruncle says:

    It’s a Woomba! :D

  13. querent says:

    Miracles all up in this bitch!

  14. JoshP says:

    heh, late in the thread, but B. F. Skinner’s girlfriend in college come up with this idea… while high. it didn’t last with them.

  15. robincharlotte says:

    now i see the point of babies besides a government check.

  16. RobDubya says:

    An almost identical ad (except that the language was Russian, not Japanese) was used to sell KitKats in Australia a few years ago.

  17. schwal says:

    It’s from the beginning of a Jet music video.
    Good song to, worth a watch.

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