Frog mask recalled


25 Responses to “Frog mask recalled”

  1. Stefan Jones says:

    PFFFFTTTT! Any self-respecting frog can absorb oxygen through his skin.

    But seriously . . . what were they thinking?

    “Did you try out the new mask design?”

    “Yes. The subjects jumped around in an agitated state making croaking noises. Then they collapsed, perhaps from exhaustion over all the fun they were having.”


    “Well, it turned out they were dead.”

    “Ah. Sad. Well, it is not too late to change the box copy. Perhaps ‘Lots of fun for the rest of your life!’”

  2. mtdna says:

    Perfect for Grandma’s euthanasia party: fun, festive, _and_ functional!

  3. Hanglyman says:

    Designed by Dr. Phibes?

  4. voiceinthedistance says:

    Who could have possibly seen this one coming?  

  5. Bad design because the toddlers would turn blue instead of the expected green.

  6. danimagoo says:

    I’m pleasantly surprised it was recalled for safety and not for copyright or trademark infringement. It looks a lot like Kermit.

  7. SumAnon says:


  8. jkg says:

    thats some DEEEZINE thar

  9. BombBlastLightingWaltz says:

    Couldn’t have been made in China, could it?

  10. sean says:

    Oh, rats. There were a few troublesome urchins on the block that I wanted to buy one of those masks for.

    • dambrisco says:

      If you check the retail stores of countries with much lower safety standards, you might still be able to! And probably at quite the discount as well!

  11. Judas Peckerwood says:

    Sigh. R&D just ain’t what it used to be.

  12. i_prefer_yeti says:

    Perhaps they should offer them as hangable tree decorations for one’s yard.

  13. Sirkowski says:

    I fail to see the downside.

  14. wibbled_pig says:

    What kind of child is unable to remove a mask from their face when it’s attached with a velcro strap?

    Maybe some under one year, but most kids I know are coordinated enough to open or forcefully remove anything held in place with velcro..

    Hell, my dog doesn’t have hands, and he can get those velcro attached reindeer horns off in like 4 seconds.

    • Brainspore says:

      What kind of child is unable to remove a mask from their face when it’s attached with a velcro strap?

      You could say the same about the “Johnny Space Commander” plastic bag & rubber band space helmet.

    • nprnncbl says:

      An unconscious one.

  15. howaboutthisdangit says:

    I hear this guy

    bought a whole case of these.

  16. WinstonSmith2012 says:

    I guess you could call that a “minor” design flaw.

    • Houston Lang says:


      • WinstonSmith2012 says:

        I think you maybe missed the joke because it wasn’t that good.  “Minor” design flaw as in a design flaw only relevant to minors, kids less than 18 years of age.  I think you’re take on it may have been the muzzling of screaming  kids which I’d be OK with… as long as they don’t suffocate.

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