Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Singing Christmas Alvin doll = cruel & unusual punishment for dad & mom :-)

Special sarcastic thanks to my mom for getting this singing Alvin doll for Kyle for Christmas.  This song is cute... for the first 80 times you hear it.  Here's hoping that the king drains the batteries by Christmas.  ;-)





alvin and the chipmunks movie plush toy

13 comments:

  1. Too cute!! My mom gave my daughter a singing rabbit in her Easter basket this year and she still regularly makes it "sing" to us. Those batteries last forever!

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  2. We have Simon...my child bought it with his birthday money. We encourage independence and personal choice with his own money but I sure would have loved to have buried it in the lumber pile at Lowe's!!!

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  3. lol Cute but I agree on the "torture" comment when put in this context. lol My kids have a few of these cute turned "tortuous" toys in their collection too :)

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  4. David keeps demanding "more growel" (more squirell) lol

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  5. when i playied this video my 6 year old autistic son starting danceing around

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  6. Oh. My. Word. That is going to drive you crazy!! :)

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  7. Things like this never make it thought our door lol Tommy would DESTROY it!! hahaaa he's very anti-chipmunks. However, my dad would go NUTS for that!!! Well, if it was Theodore he would give up his only son for lol

    Here's to hoping the batteries die soon! lol

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  8. We have a snowman that sings Jingle Bell rock, 10,000 times a day LOL!

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  9. my autistic child is terrified of any anthropomorphic toys that talk or sing. they make her completely hysterical, reading thru some of y'all's posts, i guess i should be grateful! :)

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  10. My 9 yr. old autistic daughter heard the song when I watched the clip and had me play it several times before I distracted her. Now all she's been doing is asking for it. I know how you feel about toys like these we have lots of them here. :)

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  11. My 12 yr old adhd & autistic son wants one ...trouble is there not in the UK....!!!

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  12. All I can say is, at least you can take yours out and about if company is over. My son has a farting Santa in an outhouse. Yeah...

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  13. I. Hate. Chipmunks. We have a rule here. you buy it and it annoys parents, it stays at your house.

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