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2014-02-05 12:13:59 PM
Anyone whose ever been alive on this planet?
 
2014-02-05 12:15:04 PM
Whose?
 
2014-02-05 12:23:56 PM
Every parent ever?

After my kids go to one of those places, we hose them down like it's The Andromeda Strain.
 
2014-02-05 12:25:27 PM
A friend of mine watched a kid puke into a ball pit once.  That was the last day that she ever took her kids to a fast food place with a kids area.
 
2014-02-05 12:25:36 PM
Everything is a breeding ground for microscopic organisms. Bacteria, fungus, mold, etc. we have been breathing and drinking that shiat every day of our lives.
 
2014-02-05 12:50:37 PM
It does help their immune systems.  So that's good.
 
2014-02-05 12:55:56 PM
I want to rent one that has the water slide and get a 55 gal drum of lube.
 
2014-02-05 01:24:20 PM

JerseyTim: Every parent ever?

After my kids go to one of those places, we hose them down like it's The Andromeda Strain.


I turn into Mr. OCD when I go the parks here, especially this time of year.  I'm surprised I still have skin on my hands.
 
2014-02-05 02:08:09 PM
Who doesn't know children are a biohazard.

/notice the lack of a question mark.
 
2014-02-05 02:08:42 PM

sigdiamond2000: Anyone whose ever been alive on this planet?


I came to say this.
 
2014-02-05 02:18:37 PM
gallery.drfaulken.com
 
2014-02-05 02:21:50 PM
I came here to agree with every statement made by every parent above.
 
2014-02-05 02:26:56 PM

JerseyTim: Every parent ever?

After my kids go to one of those places, we hose them down like it's The Andromeda Strain.


Do you make 'em drink Sterno?
 
2014-02-05 02:29:50 PM
Bounce, little man!

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2014-02-05 02:33:31 PM

sigdiamond2000: Anyone whose ever been alive on this planet?


1) They all smell like kid dookie.
 
2014-02-05 02:40:39 PM

sigdiamond2000: Anyone whose ever been alive on this planet?


Done in one word...
 
2014-02-05 02:52:46 PM
I guess it's time to regulate the bouncy house industry.

/they don't have a lobby group do they?
 
2014-02-05 02:53:38 PM
I thought that children were germ-free, given the sheer number of commercials for antibacterial products and hand sanitizers that came in convenient, easy-to-carry, pocket-sized tubes and packages.  And they're guaranteed to kill 99.9% of bacteria and viruses.  How dare the parents allow their children to breed biohazards anywhere on their body--let alone their clothing--and let them spread their unwanted contamination everywhere else, especially in communal areas like ball pits.
 
2014-02-05 02:57:17 PM

Ambivalence: Everything is a breeding ground for microscopic organisms. Bacteria, fungus, mold, etc. we have been breathing and drinking that shiat every day of our lives.


This.

There is nowhere you can go where you wont find germs and bacteria, nowhere. I guarantee if you did those tests in your own home you'd be surprised at what you'd find.
 
2014-02-05 03:07:04 PM

PainInTheASP: A friend of mine watched a kid puke into a ball pit once.  That was the last day that she ever took her kids to a fast food place with a kids area.


Speaking sarcasm:  And those minimum wageish employees do a fine job of cleaning up kids areas too!
/end sarcasm
//they do NOT.
 
2014-02-05 03:10:05 PM

PainInTheASP: A friend of mine watched a kid puke into a ball pit once.  That was the last day that she ever took her kids to a fast food place with a kids area.


One of mine peed while in one of those Burger King climber things once. We were sitting there trying to decide how long to let them go, and all of the sudden this stream of water came trickling down from above onto an empty table.

There was only one other mother with kids in there at the time, luckily, and she was like "Oh yeah mine have done that too". Some poor employee brougth a mop and we helped her clean it up as best we could. Inside the structure? Well....I'm sure it was fine.
 
2014-02-05 03:10:09 PM

ReapTheChaos: Ambivalence: Everything is a breeding ground for microscopic organisms. Bacteria, fungus, mold, etc. we have been breathing and drinking that shiat every day of our lives.

This.

There is nowhere you can go where you wont find germs and bacteria, nowhere. I guarantee if you did those tests in your own home you'd be surprised at what you'd find.



Between 1% and 2% of your body weight is bacteria. And if you just went by sheer number of cells, then you would be at least 90% bacteria.
 
2014-02-05 03:13:23 PM
To the Romerophone!
 
2014-02-05 03:18:00 PM

give me doughnuts: ReapTheChaos: Ambivalence: Everything is a breeding ground for microscopic organisms. Bacteria, fungus, mold, etc. we have been breathing and drinking that shiat every day of our lives.

This.

There is nowhere you can go where you wont find germs and bacteria, nowhere. I guarantee if you did those tests in your own home you'd be surprised at what you'd find.


Between 1% and 2% of your body weight is bacteria. And if you just went by sheer number of cells, then you would be at least 90% bacteria.


That's why I love those Lysol commercials. "Helen uses Lysol on her couch, which could house thousands of bacteria, to protect her fragile little child from infection."

Oh no, not THOUSANDS of bacteria! Better spray your entire house with antibiotics!
 
2014-02-05 03:24:43 PM

Jubeebee: give me doughnuts: ReapTheChaos: Ambivalence: Everything is a breeding ground for microscopic organisms. Bacteria, fungus, mold, etc. we have been breathing and drinking that shiat every day of our lives.

This.

There is nowhere you can go where you wont find germs and bacteria, nowhere. I guarantee if you did those tests in your own home you'd be surprised at what you'd find.


Between 1% and 2% of your body weight is bacteria. And if you just went by sheer number of cells, then you would be at least 90% bacteria.

That's why I love those Lysol commercials. "Helen uses Lysol on her couch, which could house thousands of bacteria, to protect her fragile little child from infection."

Oh no, not THOUSANDS of bacteria! Better spray your entire house with antibiotics!


Most people have at least a thousand different species of bacteria in their navels.
 
2014-02-05 03:46:45 PM
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I was at an amusement park with my sister and her kids there was a cargo net over the ball pit. Some kid peed himself up there and gave my niece in the ball pit a golden shower. She seemed oblivious just rolling around while my sister was screming for her to get out. When I mentioned golden showers I got daggers from the female members of my family, the guys laughed. My mother called me a sick person.
 
2014-02-05 04:32:42 PM
www.designkinder.de
 
2014-02-05 04:35:32 PM
You don't know what people do in those things.

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2014-02-05 05:01:15 PM
When Dr. Kikkert analyzed our samples he said, "I think the colorful display of bacteria, it seemed like we had a lot of different kinds of bacteria. Looks like there were molds and stuff as well."

Kikkert says it's not surprising places filled with kids are also filled with germs. "Some of those germs could be a virus or a bacteria," he says.


I suspect a case of "Scientist Rapes Reporter!"
 
2014-02-05 05:08:34 PM
As a Certified Pool Operator, I am getting a chuckle out of these replies.

Every time you swim in a public pool, you are essentially swimming in a large toilet, complete with urine, fecal matter, vomit, saliva, blood and probably semen....

Chlorine kills SOME of the bugs, but not ALL of them.

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2014-02-05 05:31:10 PM
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However, fun of bouncy house may be > fear of death.
 
2014-02-05 05:38:53 PM
I knew about the bacteria-infested bounce houses and foam pit, but only because I dated her one.
 
2014-02-05 05:44:48 PM
I watched an anchor toddler run up to the front door of a thrift and piss on the automatic door track. Kids can be digusting in surprising places.
 
2014-02-05 06:42:40 PM

wildcardjack: I watched an anchor toddler run up to the front door of a thrift and piss on the automatic door track. Kids can be digusting in surprising places.


Anchor toddler?

/ahoy!
 
2014-02-05 07:59:28 PM

Beerguy: As a Certified Pool Operator, I am getting a chuckle out of these replies.

Every time you swim in a public pool, you are essentially swimming in a large toilet, complete with urine, fecal matter, vomit, saliva, blood and probably semen....

Chlorine kills SOME of the bugs, but not ALL of them.


It also does not kill the heavy metals and while you may be pleased to know that the vomit you got in your hair is sterile, it doesn't really make it any better.
 
kth
2014-02-05 08:00:27 PM
They had a bouncy house in a bar when I went to college. That was a terrible, yet fun, idea.
 
2014-02-05 08:17:24 PM
To the idiots saying that there are germs everywhere : it snows in all 50 states too. Get it?
 
2014-02-05 08:30:08 PM
All I gotta say is that small children, and everything they touch..

is sticky

I think I've messed up some potential relationships when during the courting process, the woman says " I think I may want to have children someday" and I respond " why? they're sticky."


I'm sorry.. sticky...

and sticky brings ants.. are  YOU TRYING TO GET ANTS!?
 
2014-02-05 09:12:18 PM
But enough about your mother......
 
2014-02-06 11:36:57 PM
I want my wedding reception to have a bouncy house.

And an open bar.
 
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