Respectful Insolence

Some rather unusual plush toys

A while ago, I pointed out some cool plush toys depicting giant microbes. Apparently, though, urologists and colorectal surgeons want in on the action.

Are you ready for…Pee & Poo?

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Comments

  1. #1 DouglasG
    October 19, 2006

    Ummmm. No, we’re not ready…

  2. #2 IAMB
    October 19, 2006

    I know what I’m getting for Christmas this year…

    Think about it: I can end obnoxious conversations by throwing a plush turd. It’s a beautiful thought.

  3. #3 Barry Leiba
    October 19, 2006

    I love that the tattoos are sold out.

  4. #4 Mustafa Mond, FCD
    October 19, 2006

    I am not ready for Pee and Poo.

  5. #5 Garrett
    October 19, 2006

    Hmmm… Someone needs to drink more water.

  6. #6 Rick
    October 19, 2006

    Nope, not ready. Give us a few years. Maybe decades…

  7. #7 Sister Cynica
    October 19, 2006

    I don’t think I want to know what the gynecologists are getting for Christmas. Fluor Alba and her playpal Menses?

    It can always get worse.

  8. #8 David Harmon
    October 19, 2006

    How about the classic Four Humours, with appropriate expressions?

    Ever since last year’s Seder featured finger-puppets for the ten plagues, I’m just beyond astonishment about these things….

  9. #9 Steve Watson
    October 19, 2006

    I don’t think I want to know what the gynecologists are getting for Christmas
    …or the ENT specialists.

  10. #10 Justin Moretti
    October 19, 2006

    The ultimate gift for urophiles, coprophiles or adult infantilism fetishists.

    I’m just a bit worried that the pee and poo-themed kids’ undies could be misused to humiliate a child who was still having ‘accidents’, though I can certainly see the lighter side too.

  11. #11 Inquisitive Raven
    October 19, 2006

    Oh man, just what I need for my mom. Payback for the post-op humiliation! (See the comments from Your Friday Dose of Woo, September 29, 2006.)

  12. #12 anonimouse
    October 20, 2006

    I see nothing wrong with demystifying bodily functions for children by giving them stuffed versions of urine and feces. I do worry that that alties will take this to another level and provide us with playtful versions of coffee enemas and chelating agents.

  13. #13 Kiwiwriter
    October 20, 2006

    Someone once said that there is always money for hate. There is also always money for sheer tastelessness.

    Well, it may demystify pee and poo, but that doesn’t mean I want my kids playing with what they leave floating in the toilet.

  14. #14 Sastra
    October 21, 2006

    Well, at least we can now look at one of the products which failed to make it into the “American Inventor” finals.

  15. #15 Julia
    November 23, 2006

    I was so impressed, I passed along a link. :)