Tuesday, February 16, 2010

GET TO WORK, BABIES!

Not only do children offer a second chance on your unfulfilled dreams, they also make great indentured servants.

21 comments :

Heather said...

I already have two toddlers cleaning my chimney as I type. I need to find another one to bake me a cake.

Anonymous said...

Not workin'. =(

Anonymous said...

Can't believe you cut away just as that toddler was about to burst into flames.

Silencio said...

Toddlers and illegal immigrants are the biggest threat to the US job market.

Brian said...

I plan on having children for this sole purpose.

Anonymous said...

I only want a kid who plays that music and makes money sounds.

JRH said...

I and my team of 16 toddlers will win this year's Iditarod.

loren said...

This music just makes me want to put my kids to work. They won't know the difference once they hear that tune.

I love it when you edit the videos with consistent audio!! Keep it up!

Destination A Go-Go said...

..I feel like this at work everyday.
:P





p.s.
2nd case of not payin' the licensing fees..
"....... sweet Pink Floyd "cover"

Anonymous said...

Some of those are okay, like clearing plates, but the oven had me screaming "NO" at the screen.

Thanks Everything is Terrible!

Anonymous said...

Well, sure, that last kid's about to burn the fuck out of her hands, but that's how they learn.

Robert said...

If my babies didn't work how would I pay for all my John Lennon jewelry?

Anonymous said...

Lovin' the ring of the cash-register in the soundtrack.....

Anonymous said...

Great. Now I have to figure out what's cheaper - a helper monkey or having a kid.

Marty said...

At least give the little butlers and scullery maids uniforms so we know them from the rest of the house staff. And they really should be taught to face the wall when we walk by, it's a respect thing, you know...

Anonymous said...

Silencio - I almost spit my coffee out reading your post!

Victor Serge said...

They're so slow! The problem is too much decision-making. Children are only productive if you give them one simple task to do over and over again. And chain them to the sink so they can't leave.

Anonymous said...

They cut the video before I could learn how to make a Child Pot Pie.

Lauren November said...

I don't have anything clever to offer except to say:
A baby on the sloped car hood of a dripping wet car?
Really?

And the oven scenario is beyond words.

Anonymous said...

That must be Gretel. Apparently Hans wasn't enough.

Anonymous said...

I didn't even get near the oven until I was like, 12.