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Control a Kid Remote

Mommy's Lil Helper: Control a Kid Remote

Do you ever wish you could push a button to make your child stop crying? The folks at Worldwide Co. think they have figured out a way to keep some kids under, no pun intended, control. A few simple batteries and a touch of a button will have your wee one doing dishes, kissing "Granny," tackling homework, and tantrum free. Sounds too good to be true? It can even stop them from smoking and getting inked up or pierced in odd places! When they throw attitude your way, just punch "off" and relax.

Perfect for baby showers or even a teacher gag gift, these uproarious Control a Kid remote controls ($9) are sure to get a chuckle from the recipient and other guests.

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Leene Leene 8 years
Waste of money and oil. I'm sorry but it's not that funny.
Leene Leene 8 years
Waste of money and oil.I'm sorry but it's not that funny.
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