It’s adout time!

posted on 8 Jan 2013 in Instructions

Follow? I’m having trouble READING the rules…

Photo courtesy of Emily Sehl.

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  1. DrLex | 4:04 am |  Vote: Add rating 16  Subtract rating 1  

    Never doubt the parrot’s decision.

  2. DrLex | 4:12 am |  Vote: Add rating 7  Subtract rating 2  

    Also, take off your shoes, do not eat this product, and do not ride the opposite sex.

  3. Algernon | 4:15 am |  Vote: Add rating 10  Subtract rating 3  

    They lost me at parrot.

  4. coffeebot | 4:18 am |  Vote: Add rating 9  Subtract rating 3  

    my kids have PLETY of adility

  5. iLock | 4:19 am |  Vote: Add rating 11  Subtract rating 2  

    Whatever it is I’m sure it’s a lot safer for Bennys’ kids
    than his choice of a Boxing career.

    Benny “the Kid” Paret was a Cuban welterweight boxer,
    he tragically died in 1962 in what is considered to be the first ring death witnessed by a national television audience. – R.I.P

    The More You Know

  6. Droll not Troll | 4:20 am |  Vote: Add rating 8  Subtract rating 2  

    Always check the child’s agility, ability and adility. If they show signs of anility that’s no child.

  7. Droll not Troll | 4:22 am |  Vote: Add rating 12  Subtract rating 2  

    Paret? Is it a Norwegian blew?

  8. iLock | 4:24 am |  Vote: Add rating 8  Subtract rating 1  

    Darn diddly adility, this parent sure as heck won’t let his
    kids ride a product with rules this confusing, no siree-bob.
    Roddy, Toddy we’re gettin’ out of God-Forsaken Japanese playground!

  9. iLock | 4:27 am |  Vote: Add rating 8  Subtract rating 2  

    It looks like a body bag, creepy…
    The big chain next to it doesn’t help with the creepiness factor.

  10. Jonnytbone | 4:50 am |  Vote: Add rating 2  Subtract rating 1  

    And their ability to spell.

  11. Droll not Troll | 5:17 am |  Vote: Add rating 4  Subtract rating 2  

    You must be this adle to ride this product.

  12. Pectolatra | 5:19 am |  Vote: Add rating 1  Subtract rating 1  

    @iLock: I guess it’s a souvenir of some paret’s decision. :twisted:

  13. jjhitt | 6:05 am |  Vote: Add rating 6  Subtract rating 1  

    OK, Polly. My kid is waiting on you. Do you want a cracker or don’t you?

  14. A Non-Y Mouse | 6:11 am |  Vote: Add rating 1  Subtract rating 1  

    The manufacturer’s parent company also makes crackers.

  15. A Non-Y Mouse | 6:13 am |  Vote: Add rating 10  Subtract rating 1  

    I took a pareting class once, but I only repeated back what they told me so I could pass, and really didn’t learn much.

  16. Frank Burns | 6:14 am |  Vote: Add rating 6  Subtract rating 1  

    Must be some sort of Pirate ride. Arrrr….

  17. DrLex | 6:50 am |  Vote: Add rating 4  Subtract rating 0  

    My best guess from looking at the photo is that the ‘ride’ consists of a motorbike with a large iron chain attached to it. What could possibly go wrong?

  18. Grifter | 9:22 am |  Vote: Add rating 0  Subtract rating 2  

    Why would it be a parrot’s decision?

  19. Nonsuch Ned | 9:23 am |  Vote: Add rating 2  Subtract rating 0  

    a·dil·i·ty (dl)
    n.
    The ease to which one is addled, confused, muddled.

  20. Peter Chan | 9:45 am |  Vote: Add rating 2  Subtract rating 0  

    Some parets are not adle to decide for their children.

  21. Seventy2rd o clock | 10:33 am |  Vote: Add rating 3  Subtract rating 0  

    And child’s decision to allow his or her paret to ride this product should NOT be based on paret’s maturity, skill and adility to follow rules.

  22. Seventy2rd o clock | 10:40 am |  Vote: Add rating 5  Subtract rating 0  

    My paret is still a child

  23. Marum | 10:57 am |  Vote: Add rating 5  Subtract rating 0  

    Should be OK. Baby Parrots are very smart.

  24. Marum | 11:01 am |  Vote: Add rating 3  Subtract rating 0  

    This game is played with a huge anchor chain , a heavy duty plastic bag and a swimming pool. Each of these objects by themselves are perfectly safe. What could go wrrong?

  25. Sparky | 11:18 am |  Vote: Add rating 2  Subtract rating 0  

    Polly want’s instructions readable are.

  26. GwydionM | 11:39 am |  Vote: Add rating 3  Subtract rating 0  

    If you have a mature and skilled child, get them to proof-read your notices

  27. Seventy2rd o clock | 12:51 pm |  Vote: Add rating 0  Subtract rating 0  

    - paret
    - parent
    - parenthest

  28. Nonsuch Ned | 1:39 pm |  Vote: Add rating 3  Subtract rating 0  

    Hey Kids!
    Who wants a ride on the Product?!

  29. iLock | 5:37 pm |  Vote: Add rating 3  Subtract rating 0  

    @Pectolatra and Nonsuch Ned:
    Take the child in the Product.
    Fall into water carefully!

  30. Droll not Troll | 7:57 pm |  Vote: Add rating 1  Subtract rating 0  

    The paret of the child, hereafter referred to as the to as the parety of the first paret, will assume total responsibility for the adility of the child, hereafter referred to as the parety of the second paret, …….yada yada yada……

  31. Chuck | 10:44 pm |  Vote: Add rating 2  Subtract rating 0  

    It may seem obvious to you, but it’s not aparet to me.

  32. Cantor | 10:02 am |  Vote: Add rating 0  Subtract rating 0  

    I bet that the parrots looked at this sign and told their children to run for their safety.

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