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If the musical condoms fail... you can STILL HAVE FUN!

With Baby Toupee's no less!

Say this on Breakfast TV this morning, and yes... I was sucked in and just HAD TO GO AND HAVE A LOOK!

It's not as though I don't have better things to do, because I do. Lots of important things... but they all got brushed aside for a few moments while I browsed this little site.

While it still has some way to go before it reaches "stuff on my cat . com" status, I think it does have potential! People shoving wigs on the heads of unsuspecting small people's heads, taking a photo, and posting it on the WEB! (Boy, will that come back to haunt them on 18th and 21st birthdays, weddings, etc). They have even got the marketing side up and running already by selling wigs (starter wigs perhaps?) for you to put on the unususpecting baby.

I'd look at that for a laugh... in fact I may even consider humiliatng my OWN spawn - when I get round to having some. They are less likely to claw my eyes out than the cat who will just NOT dress up for Stuff on my Cat!

Comments

I had seen the baby toupee thing, but not the musical condoms -- OMG!

I laugh at Stuff on My Cat all the time, btw...

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