Father’s Day is just a few days away and everyone wants to find the perfect gifts for the special guys in their lives.
Thanks to Pinterest, we’ve discovered all sorts of items that really say “I love you”! For sporty dads with small bladders, The UroClub just can’t be beat! Does a dad on your gift list need more of a challenge than conventional driving provides? The Steering Wheel Desk will let him multitask during his commute! Buying for a dad who likes to eat on the go? The Rollie EggMaster will make his life a cylindrical egg filled dream!
But what about the dads with really young children? They need gifts that are just right for them, too! Surely Pinterest wouldn’t let them down, would it?
NO! OF COURSE NOT!
Pinterest Nightmare #117: The Babykeeper Basic
This has “my dad hung me here” written all over it, amiright?!
The Babykeeper Basic is especially made for those times when a dad needs to use the facilities. You just strap the baby into the device, place the industrial hooks over a bathroom stall wall, and VIOLA! Junior is stowed away so dad can do his business in peace!
If a dad’s gotta go, he’s gotta go! You don’t want your precious offspring crawling all over a public men’s room floor while his dad is indisposed! Now your angel can just “hang out” and play with the attached toys until dad is back in the game. $39.99 is a small price to pay to take the hassle and anxiety out of a man’s public restroom experience.
I bet most dads won’t be satisfied with keeping this little beauty just for outings. Once dad finds a suitable place at home to hook it up… BAM! Mom’s Night Out just got a whole lot more relaxing! (and imagine the potential for fun and amusement if your ceiling fan is sturdy!)
Sure, I guess there’s a remote chance the baby could wiggle and be hurled to the ground sustaining a serious head injury. But if the baby is small enough to be in The Babykeeper Basic, his soft spot is probably open making a closed head injury impossible!
My only concern is the “basic” part of The Babykeeper Basic. I’m partial to giving “deluxe” gifts, myself. I searched and searched the website, and couldn’t find a “Babykeeper Ultimate” or “Babykeeper Supreme Experience” anywhere. Don’t dads deserve the very best?
Oh, Pinterest. No…just no.