Thursday, February 18, 2010

HAVE A TERRIBLE BIRTHDAY KID!

25 comments :

Marnie Brumder said...

"WHARES DA CAKE!!!"

Heather said...

Combine the puppet party with a kickboxing party and you've got yourself a winner!

Anonymous said...

I like the microphone in the top of some of the shots :D

Melanie said...

i love how you posted this the day before my birthday!

Rebecca Donaldson said...

While it doesn't reach the depths of terribleness as the Fairy Princess Party, this is remarkably awful.

I love how she sticks green olives in almost all of that godawful looking food. After all, little kids love green olives.

Christopher said...

Were your guys' birthdays this complicated? All I really remember about mine were eating cake and arguing over who got to play with the presents.

Kids are selfish, ungrateful little monsters who have a limited appreciation for interior decorating, so my feeling is, go easy on the insane themes and use the money you save to buy a Castle Greyskull or an Xbox game or whatever the kids today like.

And for fuck's sake, serve food they'll actually want to eat.

Rick said...

Is the genie the mom from One Day at a Time?

Dave said...

Are they planning this "on a budget" because Mom dropped $25 (plus shipping and handling) on the party planning video?

James said...

I feel like O Fortuna should have been playing through a few of those scenes.

JRH said...

Forget the balloons, the streamers, the relish belts. Kids that age just want to crawl around in a cardboard tunnel maze.

filmscience said...

The PBR + Ambien + watching this video = momentary feeling that I might have actually lost my mind.

Anonymous said...

I've never had a birthday party.

I like olives.

Anonymous said...

I like turtles.

Victor Serge said...

The recession is going to lead to some awful childhood memories.

CineGraphic Studios said...

If a kid walked into a party decorated like that these days, they'd turn around & leave!
Fuck that shit, that woman's CRAZY!
Gimme my goddamn present back bitch.

Anonymous said...

Is anyone else bothered by the fact that birthday fairies are ALWAYS listening to us, on the off chance that we just might wish for decorating help?

Anonymous said...

Mustard Mouth Cheese Arms is the stuff of nightmares.

Anonymous said...

I had this video when I was a kid and embarrassingly enough, I loved to watch it for some unknown reason.

Anonymous said...

Birthday Parties on a budget, start by not spending money on this crap video.

OH, and a time capsule... really? Yeah it's super fun to put your favorite things into storage until you're older so that they are now junk.

Timothy said...

*children walk into view* "If you'd like, you can hang them from the ceiling with fish-line or string."

scamps said...

I never minded when my parents planned my birthday parties. Because they actually had, ya know, talent and creativity and lack of toolishness.

Pennywise The Dancing Clown said...

they float. THEY ALL FLOAT DOWN HERE!

scamps said...

"I went down, down, down through that black-taped hula hoop with red and gold tinsel..."

No, doesn't have the same feeling.

KDS said...

Oh, thank God the 80s are over. I mean, just, thank GOD!

Anonymous said...

"I just don't know where to begin!"

"Well you begin by not throwing away the fucking hat I gave you."