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2021-12-07 11:38:32 PM  
They have internment camps in Australia now. This might be why.
 
2021-12-07 11:42:06 PM  
The 'Appeal to tradition' . It was always done that way, it must be right.
 
2021-12-08 7:18:53 AM  
Sounds like my kind of show.
 
2021-12-08 8:09:35 AM  
Well, yeah, squibs are just low-rent octopusses.  Octopus's.  Octopi?

Whatever.
 
2021-12-08 8:23:16 AM  
I don't know WTF any of this is referring to, but I'm pretty sure a children's game in Australia could certainly involve a package which contains a rabid wombat which promptly eats the face of the child who opens it.
 
2021-12-08 9:01:55 AM  
I have just learned of this cartoon and I am outraged. Outraged!
 
2021-12-08 9:03:45 AM  
Old people write cartoons for children, pining for days long gone.
Pretty sure that explains the majority of looney toons at least.
 
2021-12-08 9:04:04 AM  
I thought this was about pain management.
 
2021-12-08 9:07:13 AM  

beezeltown: eats the face of the child


"Keep Still" - best bits from Harry and Paul's Story of the Twos
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2021-12-08 9:09:57 AM  
POLIÇA - "Wedding" (Official Music Video)
Youtube fG8JMSMDICI
 
2021-12-08 9:16:25 AM  

LewDux: [YouTube video: POLIÇA - "Wedding" (Official Music Video)]


Impressive video.
 
2021-12-08 9:16:53 AM  
As the grandfather of a 2 year old, I saw this show for the first time recently.
It is certainly... Australian.
Glad these folks have something to be outraged about though. It's tough to not have a good hill to plant your flag on.
 
2021-12-08 9:17:09 AM  
Kids born with only one magical parent?
 
2021-12-08 9:25:31 AM  
Bluey is quite possibly the best children's show I've ever seen. I dare any farker to watch the dream episode without crying.

That said this sounds like social media hogwash. One thing this show does better than its peers is that it depicts the life of adults as life not spent constantly fawning over children. Parents get tired and frustrated, adults get stuff wrong sometimes. Kinda sounds like one of those cases.

But now that I know a new season is out we'll be queuing this up tonight. Seriously, the show is great.
 
2021-12-08 9:33:50 AM  

capt.snicklefritz: Bluey is quite possibly the best children's show I've ever seen. I dare any farker to watch the dream episode without crying.


The one about parenting class killed me, as it managed to sum up all of my feelings of inadequacy regarding my parenting skills, and then tell me that it was ok, because most parents feel that way regardless of how many kids they've had. The show cuts right to the bone on modern parenting issues, and then tells you it's gonna be ok, in less than 10 minutes per episode. It really is incredible, and anyone with kids under the age of 10 or so is doing themselves a disservice not at least checking it out.

I haven't pulled it up by myself to watch when the kids aren't around, but if they want to watch a few episodes, I'll stop what I'm doing to watch with them, instead of taking time while they're occupied to "get something done."

/the only issue my brother and I have with the show is the parents' magical ability to instantly intuitively know the rules of whatever pretend game the kids are playing. Nobody is THAT good.
 
2021-12-08 9:37:29 AM  

grinding_journalist: capt.snicklefritz: Bluey is quite possibly the best children's show I've ever seen. I dare any farker to watch the dream episode without crying.

The one about parenting class killed me, as it managed to sum up all of my feelings of inadequacy regarding my parenting skills, and then tell me that it was ok, because most parents feel that way regardless of how many kids they've had. The show cuts right to the bone on modern parenting issues, and then tells you it's gonna be ok, in less than 10 minutes per episode. It really is incredible, and anyone with kids under the age of 10 or so is doing themselves a disservice not at least checking it out.

I haven't pulled it up by myself to watch when the kids aren't around, but if they want to watch a few episodes, I'll stop what I'm doing to watch with them, instead of taking time while they're occupied to "get something done."

/the only issue my brother and I have with the show is the parents' magical ability to instantly intuitively know the rules of whatever pretend game the kids are playing. Nobody is THAT good.


Did they explain that you shouldn't put oregano and Parmesan on your baby when there's dingos afoot?
 
2021-12-08 9:40:47 AM  
Wait...a game involving squibs.

I think this is on Netflix.
 
2021-12-08 9:47:51 AM  

capt.snicklefritz: Bluey is quite possibly the best children's show I've ever seen. I dare any farker to watch the dream episode without crying.

That said this sounds like social media hogwash. One thing this show does better than its peers is that it depicts the life of adults as life not spent constantly fawning over children. Parents get tired and frustrated, adults get stuff wrong sometimes. Kinda sounds like one of those cases.

But now that I know a new season is out we'll be queuing this up tonight. Seriously, the show is great.


For me it was Claw Game that did it.  The parents' interactions with each other and with the kids is wonderful and very real.

Bluey and Bingo Play the Claw Game! | The Claw | Bluey
Youtube zqExJdPYu00

Camping made me nostalgic for the simple joys of youth and the ability to make real friends in any situation.  The animation seems simple but the shows are solid.
 
2021-12-08 9:49:30 AM  
The Wild Bunch (9/10) Movie CLIP - Battle of Bloody Porch (1969) HD
Youtube _ysVoV3x5Zo
Movies need more squibs
 
2021-12-08 9:50:14 AM  
Oooo... the Millennials aren't going to like this.
 
2021-12-08 10:01:15 AM  

MrSplifferton: Old people write cartoons for children, pining for days long gone.
Pretty sure that explains the majority of looney toons at least.


Back in my day, cartoon characters smoked and drank heavily and they spent the majority of their time trying to kill each other. Ah, good times...
 
2021-12-08 10:10:17 AM  

MrSplifferton: Old people write cartoons for children, pining for days long gone.
Pretty sure that explains the majority of looney toons at least.


Go lay down for a while.

You're obviously too tired to troll effectively right now.
 
2021-12-08 10:18:29 AM  

capt.snicklefritz: Bluey is quite possibly the best children's show I've ever seen. I dare any farker to watch the dream episode without crying.

That said this sounds like social media hogwash. One thing this show does better than its peers is that it depicts the life of adults as life not spent constantly fawning over children. Parents get tired and frustrated, adults get stuff wrong sometimes. Kinda sounds like one of those cases.

But now that I know a new season is out we'll be queuing this up tonight. Seriously, the show is great.


This.  Right Here.  This, this, this, this.

My 6 year old loves Bluey.  As do I.  Genuine humorous amusements mixed in with solid messages.

I haven't seen this particular one yet, but I'm sure it's in line with their general theme of, "things don't always go exactly the way we wanted them to go, but it's ok and we can find a way to make do."
 
2021-12-08 10:20:04 AM  
If it ain't the Wiggles, it ain't shiat.

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2021-12-08 10:25:34 AM  

capt.snicklefritz: Bluey is quite possibly the best children's show I've ever seen. I dare any farker to watch the dream episode without crying.


Dude that episode was literally my introduction to the show.  I randomly put it on while channel surfing with my toddler and it was a trip.  I'm glad my son likes it though, it's one of the only kid shows that doesn't make me want to jump out a window.
 
2021-12-08 10:40:30 AM  

Wendigogo: MrSplifferton: Old people write cartoons for children, pining for days long gone.
Pretty sure that explains the majority of looney toons at least.

Back in my day, cartoon characters smoked and drank heavily and they spent the majority of their time trying to kill each other. Ah, good times...


Hard to believe we used to watch Popeye and Brutus Bluto beat the crap out of each other every episode, followed by Transformers putting a teenage boy into the direct line of fire in a war.

Also, here the Bluey clip, albeit distorted for YouTube:

Bluey pass the parcel sketch
Youtube lkMfcvGcf5E
 
2021-12-08 10:54:24 AM  
The best episode of Bluey is the one about bedtime. Trying to get my kid to watch it over and over until she gets the message to not sneak into our room in the middle of the night.
 
2021-12-08 11:08:02 AM  

CatfoodSpork: The best episode of Bluey is the one about bedtime. Trying to get my kid to watch it over and over until she gets the message to not sneak into our room in the middle of the night.


Parents don't have locks on their bedroom doors anymore?
 
2021-12-08 11:10:56 AM  

WhippingBoi: Oooo... the Millennials aren't going to like this.


My millennial take on this is that first of all, the generation that complains about "participation trophies" was the one that was handing them to us in the first place. Second, this idea that we have to have losers in order to have real winners is incredibly toxic and pervasive and shouldn't be celebrated. A meaningless game at a birthday party is a perfect example of a time when it's entirely possible for everyone to win. And yet the ridiculous mentality of "No. There must be LOSERS for this game to have MEANING" still rears its head. Extrapolate this out and we see this mentality everywhere. We can't tax the rich because they're winners and they earned it. We can't have health care for everyone because that's just giving losers free stuff. I don't think we need to acclimate children to losing. I think the older generations need to acclimate to the idea that we do not need winners and losers in everything.
 
2021-12-08 11:13:38 AM  
Yeah, nobody likes a squib. Everyone prefers a magic-born person with actual magical abilities!
 
2021-12-08 11:15:18 AM  

beezeltown: I don't know WTF any of this is referring to, but I'm pretty sure a children's game in Australia could certainly involve a package which contains a rabid wombat which promptly eats the face of the child who opens it.


Ah yes; Frothy frothy, wommy wommy, bat BAT.

Good times, good memories.

Although I still do miss my younger sister from time to time...
 
2021-12-08 11:20:51 AM  

Joe USer: The 'Appeal to tradition' . It was always done that way, it must be right.


Never mind the "sometimes you're poor and that's just how the game goes, so accept it" message.
 
2021-12-08 11:21:07 AM  

shut_it_down: WhippingBoi: Oooo... the Millennials aren't going to like this.

My millennial take on this is that first of all, the generation that complains about "participation trophies" was the one that was handing them to us in the first place. Second, this idea that we have to have losers in order to have real winners is incredibly toxic and pervasive and shouldn't be celebrated. A meaningless game at a birthday party is a perfect example of a time when it's entirely possible for everyone to win. And yet the ridiculous mentality of "No. There must be LOSERS for this game to have MEANING" still rears its head. Extrapolate this out and we see this mentality everywhere. We can't tax the rich because they're winners and they earned it. We can't have health care for everyone because that's just giving losers free stuff. I don't think we need to acclimate children to losing. I think the older generations need to acclimate to the idea that we do not need winners and losers in everything.


Oooo... the Millennials didn't like this
 
2021-12-08 11:23:52 AM  

Earthworm Jim Jones: capt.snicklefritz: Bluey is quite possibly the best children's show I've ever seen. I dare any farker to watch the dream episode without crying.

Dude that episode was literally my introduction to the show.  I randomly put it on while channel surfing with my toddler and it was a trip.  I'm glad my son likes it though, it's one of the only kid shows that doesn't make me want to jump out a window.


I mean, c'mon. How many kid shows have the balls to soundtrack an episode with Holst?
 
2021-12-08 11:31:38 AM  

WhippingBoi: shut_it_down: WhippingBoi: Oooo... the Millennials aren't going to like this.

My millennial take on this is that first of all, the generation that complains about "participation trophies" was the one that was handing them to us in the first place. Second, this idea that we have to have losers in order to have real winners is incredibly toxic and pervasive and shouldn't be celebrated. A meaningless game at a birthday party is a perfect example of a time when it's entirely possible for everyone to win. And yet the ridiculous mentality of "No. There must be LOSERS for this game to have MEANING" still rears its head. Extrapolate this out and we see this mentality everywhere. We can't tax the rich because they're winners and they earned it. We can't have health care for everyone because that's just giving losers free stuff. I don't think we need to acclimate children to losing. I think the older generations need to acclimate to the idea that we do not need winners and losers in everything.

Oooo... the Millennials didn't like this


I'm not particularly interested in perpetuating a mindset that's been undermining progress for decades.
 
2021-12-08 11:34:23 AM  

shut_it_down: WhippingBoi: shut_it_down: WhippingBoi: Oooo... the Millennials aren't going to like this.

My millennial take on this is that first of all, the generation that complains about "participation trophies" was the one that was handing them to us in the first place. Second, this idea that we have to have losers in order to have real winners is incredibly toxic and pervasive and shouldn't be celebrated. A meaningless game at a birthday party is a perfect example of a time when it's entirely possible for everyone to win. And yet the ridiculous mentality of "No. There must be LOSERS for this game to have MEANING" still rears its head. Extrapolate this out and we see this mentality everywhere. We can't tax the rich because they're winners and they earned it. We can't have health care for everyone because that's just giving losers free stuff. I don't think we need to acclimate children to losing. I think the older generations need to acclimate to the idea that we do not need winners and losers in everything.

Oooo... the Millennials didn't like this

I'm not particularly interested in perpetuating a mindset that's been undermining progress for decades.


If he wasn't trying to undermine progress he'd have the free time to indulge in introspection and may realize what a twat he is. Can't have that now.
 
2021-12-08 11:36:53 AM  
THIS is a fooking PERFECT example of, some people have intellectually capacity while others are just plain old simpletons.

"The episode got quite the reaction online, with some parents labelling it the "greatest Bluey episode of all time", while others argued it was a "weird swerve" promoting the idea that "kids today are too spoiled by playing pass the parcel wrong". "


One group of people, recognized what the story was about. Learning to deal with disappointment is in fact an important skill to master early in life. And like most important skills, we can begin to learn/practice them as kids, when it's wrapped up in a game play.


the other group of people figured this was explicitly about that one game, and the idea about the dangers of playing a game "the wrong way" is the problem the story is about.

Their perspective is just too narrow and too limted to get a bigger picture actual life lesson from.

It's one of the reasons i find it very hard to give specific examples instead of trying to describe the nature of the "equation" more as X+Y-z= B. because when i do give an example to be spceiffic about any of the variables. Inevitably a lot of people get hung up on some specific in the example, that was actually irrelevant to the example.

The, this is to that as that is to this, is really hard for a lot of people. Simply due to the fact that they fail to figure out the intended scope of the example, and go to places in the example that are not relevant.
 
2021-12-08 11:37:15 AM  

capt.snicklefritz: shut_it_down: WhippingBoi: shut_it_down: WhippingBoi: Oooo... the Millennials aren't going to like this.

My millennial take on this is that first of all, the generation that complains about "participation trophies" was the one that was handing them to us in the first place. Second, this idea that we have to have losers in order to have real winners is incredibly toxic and pervasive and shouldn't be celebrated. A meaningless game at a birthday party is a perfect example of a time when it's entirely possible for everyone to win. And yet the ridiculous mentality of "No. There must be LOSERS for this game to have MEANING" still rears its head. Extrapolate this out and we see this mentality everywhere. We can't tax the rich because they're winners and they earned it. We can't have health care for everyone because that's just giving losers free stuff. I don't think we need to acclimate children to losing. I think the older generations need to acclimate to the idea that we do not need winners and losers in everything.

Oooo... the Millennials didn't like this

I'm not particularly interested in perpetuating a mindset that's been undermining progress for decades.

If he wasn't trying to undermine progress he'd have the free time to indulge in introspection and may realize what a twat he is. Can't have that now.


All I know is that no one's better than anything else, and everyone's the best at everything.
 
2021-12-08 11:55:07 AM  
You younguns and your Blueys, our kids grew up smack dab in the Teletubbie era. We're still traumatized to this day.


/Teletubbies have come to play!
 
2021-12-08 11:59:32 AM  

Gleeman: You younguns and your Blueys, our kids grew up smack dab in the Teletubbie era. We're still traumatized to this day.


/Teletubbies have come to play!


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lxe4F​Y​WlrO4
 
2021-12-08 12:00:50 PM  

WhippingBoi: capt.snicklefritz: shut_it_down: WhippingBoi: shut_it_down: WhippingBoi: Oooo... the Millennials aren't going to like this.

My millennial take on this is that first of all, the generation that complains about "participation trophies" was the one that was handing them to us in the first place. Second, this idea that we have to have losers in order to have real winners is incredibly toxic and pervasive and shouldn't be celebrated. A meaningless game at a birthday party is a perfect example of a time when it's entirely possible for everyone to win. And yet the ridiculous mentality of "No. There must be LOSERS for this game to have MEANING" still rears its head. Extrapolate this out and we see this mentality everywhere. We can't tax the rich because they're winners and they earned it. We can't have health care for everyone because that's just giving losers free stuff. I don't think we need to acclimate children to losing. I think the older generations need to acclimate to the idea that we do not need winners and losers in everything.

Oooo... the Millennials didn't like this

I'm not particularly interested in perpetuating a mindset that's been undermining progress for decades.

If he wasn't trying to undermine progress he'd have the free time to indulge in introspection and may realize what a twat he is. Can't have that now.

All I know is that no one's better than anything else, and everyone's the best at everything.


So you think that you can't be better than someone at something without being able to point to that person and think of them as a loser? Thanks for proving my point about how toxic this mentality is.
 
2021-12-08 12:05:15 PM  

Gleeman: You younguns and your Blueys, our kids grew up smack dab in the Teletubbie era. We're still traumatized to this day.


/Teletubbies have come to play!


My middle child has taken a liking to Ryan's World. And honestly, I think I'd prefer Teletubbies. Or death. Either way.

But everyone loves Bluey. Even the 9yo budding cynic.
 
2021-12-08 12:07:07 PM  
What the hell is a squib?    I though they were those small explosives that the specials affects team uses
 
2021-12-08 12:15:22 PM  

shut_it_down: WhippingBoi: capt.snicklefritz: shut_it_down: WhippingBoi: shut_it_down: WhippingBoi: Oooo... the Millennials aren't going to like this.

My millennial take on this is that first of all, the generation that complains about "participation trophies" was the one that was handing them to us in the first place. Second, this idea that we have to have losers in order to have real winners is incredibly toxic and pervasive and shouldn't be celebrated. A meaningless game at a birthday party is a perfect example of a time when it's entirely possible for everyone to win. And yet the ridiculous mentality of "No. There must be LOSERS for this game to have MEANING" still rears its head. Extrapolate this out and we see this mentality everywhere. We can't tax the rich because they're winners and they earned it. We can't have health care for everyone because that's just giving losers free stuff. I don't think we need to acclimate children to losing. I think the older generations need to acclimate to the idea that we do not need winners and losers in everything.

Oooo... the Millennials didn't like this

I'm not particularly interested in perpetuating a mindset that's been undermining progress for decades.

If he wasn't trying to undermine progress he'd have the free time to indulge in introspection and may realize what a twat he is. Can't have that now.

All I know is that no one's better than anything else, and everyone's the best at everything.

So you think that you can't be better than someone at something without being able to point to that person and think of them as a loser? Thanks for proving my point about how toxic this mentality is.


I'm not saying that at all. I'm saying that once we start to devalue (or even demonize) achievement and self-improvement because some people might "feel bad", we've gone horribly backwards.
 
2021-12-08 12:31:02 PM  
Blush is the best animated show in a long time. The shows are written on two levels, for children wand adults.

The horsey wedding episode is one of the funniest 8 minutes in television. Bluey is on Disney+ If you subscribe.
2nd funniest is Chinese restaurant, picking up the take-away.
 
2021-12-08 12:38:38 PM  

WhippingBoi: shut_it_down: WhippingBoi: capt.snicklefritz: shut_it_down: WhippingBoi: shut_it_down: WhippingBoi: Oooo... the Millennials aren't going to like this.

My millennial take on this is that first of all, the generation that complains about "participation trophies" was the one that was handing them to us in the first place. Second, this idea that we have to have losers in order to have real winners is incredibly toxic and pervasive and shouldn't be celebrated. A meaningless game at a birthday party is a perfect example of a time when it's entirely possible for everyone to win. And yet the ridiculous mentality of "No. There must be LOSERS for this game to have MEANING" still rears its head. Extrapolate this out and we see this mentality everywhere. We can't tax the rich because they're winners and they earned it. We can't have health care for everyone because that's just giving losers free stuff. I don't think we need to acclimate children to losing. I think the older generations need to acclimate to the idea that we do not need winners and losers in everything.

Oooo... the Millennials didn't like this

I'm not particularly interested in perpetuating a mindset that's been undermining progress for decades.

If he wasn't trying to undermine progress he'd have the free time to indulge in introspection and may realize what a twat he is. Can't have that now.

All I know is that no one's better than anything else, and everyone's the best at everything.

So you think that you can't be better than someone at something without being able to point to that person and think of them as a loser? Thanks for proving my point about how toxic this mentality is.

I'm not saying that at all. I'm saying that once we start to devalue (or even demonize) achievement and self-improvement because some people might "feel bad", we've gone horribly backwards.


Society is already horribly backwards, and it's because of the mentality you're advocating. We have a class of capitalist overlords with more money than God that are locked in a frenzied battle with each other to amass even more wealth. We have politicians that care more about scoring points and winning elections than they care about improving the lives of the people they represent. We can't even raise the damn minimum wage because of the mentality that minimum wage workers are losers that don't deserve to have a livable wage.

Of course there will be times when there are winners and losers. But we need to get away from this idea that all things need to be that way all the time. Everyone winning at a kid's birthday party game is not a death knell for society.
 
2021-12-08 12:52:02 PM  
Okay, Boomer.
 
2021-12-08 12:59:37 PM  
A whole bunch of mangled unicode in this article.
 
2021-12-08 1:12:58 PM  

csi_yellowknife: Wendigogo: MrSplifferton: Old people write cartoons for children, pining for days long gone.
Pretty sure that explains the majority of looney toons at least.

Back in my day, cartoon characters smoked and drank heavily and they spent the majority of their time trying to kill each other. Ah, good times...

Hard to believe we used to watch Popeye and Brutus Bluto beat the crap out of each other every episode, followed by Transformers putting a teenage boy into the direct line of fire in a war.

Also, here the Bluey clip, albeit distorted for YouTube:

[Youtube-video https://www.youtube.com/embed/lkMfcvGc​f5E]


That was farking hilarious and adorable. What a sweet show. Thanks for sharing. Guess I'll have to break down and get myself a Disney subscription  Though they do have a bunch of episode clips here https://www.bluey.tv/watch/

*flies buzz out of empty wallet*
 
2021-12-08 1:19:12 PM  

shut_it_down: WhippingBoi: shut_it_down: WhippingBoi: capt.snicklefritz: shut_it_down: WhippingBoi: shut_it_down: WhippingBoi: Oooo... the Millennials aren't going to like this.

My millennial take on this is that first of all, the generation that complains about "participation trophies" was the one that was handing them to us in the first place. Second, this idea that we have to have losers in order to have real winners is incredibly toxic and pervasive and shouldn't be celebrated. A meaningless game at a birthday party is a perfect example of a time when it's entirely possible for everyone to win. And yet the ridiculous mentality of "No. There must be LOSERS for this game to have MEANING" still rears its head. Extrapolate this out and we see this mentality everywhere. We can't tax the rich because they're winners and they earned it. We can't have health care for everyone because that's just giving losers free stuff. I don't think we need to acclimate children to losing. I think the older generations need to acclimate to the idea that we do not need winners and losers in everything.

Oooo... the Millennials didn't like this

I'm not particularly interested in perpetuating a mindset that's been undermining progress for decades.

If he wasn't trying to undermine progress he'd have the free time to indulge in introspection and may realize what a twat he is. Can't have that now.

All I know is that no one's better than anything else, and everyone's the best at everything.

So you think that you can't be better than someone at something without being able to point to that person and think of them as a loser? Thanks for proving my point about how toxic this mentality is.

I'm not saying that at all. I'm saying that once we start to devalue (or even demonize) achievement and self-improvement because some people might "feel bad", we've gone horribly backwards.

Society is already horribly backwards, and it's because of the mentality you're advocating. We have a class of capitalist overl ...


I can see the value of teaching children this lesson, because life just isn't always "winning" and "losing". It can help them appreciate putting forth the effort and enjoying the times they do "win". Things can and mostly should be considered worthwhile, even if "winning" doesn't happen. It builds character. But, like you said, it doesn't have to be taught everywhere, all the time. Moments like this, it makes more sense to include all kids and allow them to win. It's a freaking kids' party, after all. Leave the soul crushing lessons for their later formative years.
 
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