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“I want dino crayon”

We were walking down the aisle at the store when…
“I want dino crayon”
“What?”
“I want the dinosaur crayon”
“Why would there be a dinosaur cray- oh…”
Why this is brilliant:

It grabs attention using the one thing you love
DINOSAURS! It’s hard to

“Me just met you and this is crazy, but you got Cookie…”

“… so Share it Maybe?”
Melisa and Joshua have been going crazy over this Cookie Monster song lately, and now I can’t get it out of my head (if you’re a Cookie Monster fan you gotta watch it):

Quick — if you wanted to attract

How babies instantly know if you’re Human or Robot

Starting at 14 months, babies become fascinated with body parts. Especially, belly buttons. You’ll see toddlers lift their shirt, rub their bellies, then poke their belly button and giggle. Be careful not to get too close, or they’ll point at you. As you can see

Being remarkable is no longer enough

Last year, I visited my fiancĂ©e’s parents in Puerto Rico. Just our luck: we arrived during Hurricane Irene and had to spend a couple of days indoors: We stocked up on necessities, gallons of water and bolted metal hurricane shutters into the window frames (hurricanes

The best way to sell something
is by not selling it

That’s our dog Kimi in the picture above. We adopted her from a shelter when she was a puppy (her previous owner was incarcerated). And as if having Chihuahua/Terrier blood wasn’t bad enough, her early separation from her mom and puppyhood trauma gave her a

5-year-old reveals secret to getting anything you want from anyone

Holiday toy advertising is brutal for a father. One dad loves watching TV with his daughter. What he didn’t like were the predatory toy ads specifically engineered to influence children. They worked too, because after every single ad, his daughter jumped up and pulled on

Worst pickup line ever:
“Hi, will you marry me?”

When I was single, I noticed an interesting phenomenon in San Francisco. I didn’t think much of it at first, but it stuck after I noticed it a few more times.
Every now and then, I’d see an attractive girl at the bar all by