Target Recalls Frog Mask of Death
Since 8BitDad is always the frontrunner in parenting news, we wanted to tell you about this recall from October 21.
So just in case you thought it was a great idea to strap a frog-shaped pillow to your kid’s face, Target wants to let you know that – oops – their “Children’s Frog Masks” have been recalled.
Evidently, someone in Target’s Minneapolis headquarters recently watched “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” and took note of Jack Nicholson being smothering by a pillow.
Just as Jack Nicholson lay lifeless on the bed after suffocating on synthetic pillow stuffing, so too will your child if you chose to buy them one of these masks. But thank the stars you didn’t, because they look like cheap pieces of crap that would definitely suffocate your kid, and probably somehow also catch fire and melt to your kid’s face.
That last part isn’t an official Target recall warning, it’s just me playing the odds.
If you’ve got any questions, you can call up Target Guest Relations between 7 a.m. and 6 p.m. CT: (800) 440-0680
You should also take that dollar death mask back to your local Target. Or just throw it out. I mean, it was $1. You’ll spend a buck in gas just driving back there. And shame on you for buying it in the first place – it doesn’t even look like a frog.