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Old 03-17-2007, 09:11 AM   #17081
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What if I tar and feathered a baby instead?
For easter decorations?
I think I'll have to come and have a serious talk with you young man!
It won't be pleasant.......
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Old 03-17-2007, 09:18 AM   #17082
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But my little animated "I can't believe it's not a spring chick" Easter decorations will be delightful!

I haven't quite figured out the details on how to catch the babies yet, but so far I have this large lollipop I'm working with.
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Old 03-17-2007, 09:45 AM   #17083
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I haven't quite figured out the details on how to catch the babies yet, but so far I have this large lollipop I'm working with.
Cripes! I used to warn my kids for creepy guys like that when they were tiny. But my speech to them at that time was more about not following anyone who wanted to show them their cute kitty or puppy over there behind the bushes. And don't even bother to try that approach. All kids know about it and behind their backs the're holding plastic shovels to smash your skull in.
They're trained that way in daycare center you know.
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Old 03-17-2007, 09:52 AM   #17084
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I got the lollipop idea from the Child Catcher in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, but I just remembered he was after older specimens, so it might not have the same effect.

Also, considering the anecdotal evidence on how easy it is to take candy from a baby, perhaps they don't value it enough to be used as an effective lure.

Looks like it's back to the drawing board for me.
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Old 03-17-2007, 10:05 AM   #17085
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You really should rethink the whole idea about baby easter decorations.

I had my sister, her 7 y/o and her 8 months old sons over last weekend. I had forgotten everything about what it's like to have a baby in the house.
He was crawling really fast and managed to turn the dog's water bowl over a couple of times. When he was eating it was food all over the table, the floor and his chair and he woke up 6.30 in the morning (guestroom is right beside the master bedroom).
He's the most charming personality, actually one of few babies that Mr J hasn't managed to scare. But he had so much energy I was exhausted when they left.
Why don't you just catch a wino or someone who would enjoy being indoors during the holidays without messing your place up totally
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Old 03-17-2007, 10:21 AM   #17086
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So basically what you're saying is, you know of a baby ripe for "costuming"?

Excellent! I'd almost forgotten about that picture with you holding a baby. Yes, that's a good size for my needs.

Don't worry about the mess, a nice whiff of chloroform and the little bugger will be out cold, perfect for posing around the house, perhaps atop a large chocolate egg!

Well now that's one baby taken care of, I'd better go find more, I've taken preorders and I don't want to disappoint my customers. I've decided on this over sized net to grab them, I think I can foresee great success with it.
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Old 03-17-2007, 10:42 AM   #17087
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Excellent! I'd almost forgotten about that picture with you holding a baby. Yes, that's a good size for my needs.
You silly man. That picture was taken when he was just a couple of weeks old. He's a lot bigger now and there's no way you'll catch him with that cloroform. While you're arranging the piece of cloth in your hand, making sure you're not passing out yourself he's already made a complete mess of your home.
And mind you, children that aren't afraid of Mr J are very brave and rare.
Like I suggested...rethink.


I can't believe that you remembered that picture btw.

EDIT: I seem to get into the weirdest discussions lately.
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You silly man. That picture was taken when he was just a couple of weeks old. He's a lot bigger now and there's no way you'll catch him with that cloroform. While you're arranging the piece of cloth in your hand, making sure you're not passing out yourself he's already made a complete mess of your home.
And mind you, children that aren't afraid of Mr J are very brave and rare.
Like I suggested...rethink.


I can't believe that you remembered that picture btw.

EDIT: I seem to get into the weirdest discussions lately.
You know all a baby would have to do is throw up on Jat and that would be the end of it.
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That's why I'm just the ideas man.

There's plenty of cheap Eastern European labour floating around this country, that's willing to tar and feather my babies for tuppence.
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