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    Posted: 02 Aug 2012 at 4:27am
Glow in the dark diapers..... need I say more?
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Really boggles the mind.  Seriously.  I can't think of a single thing to say about these, except to ask, "WHY???"
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Originally posted by CaptainErnie CaptainErnie wrote:

Glow in the dark diapers..... need I say more?
 
Well, yeah...kind of. 
 
Name of product?
Video?
Description
Something more to go on?
 
 
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Yea - please provide more info for this product. Sounds like it is for people that don't have smellivision.
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Who's making glow-in-the-dark diapers?Confused
Thank God for kids who love Obscure Things.

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More info please!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Don't just say "glow in the dark diapers" say WHO makes it, WHY it was made, and HOW is it annoying!
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Originally posted by CaptainErnie CaptainErnie wrote:

Glow in the dark diapers..... need I say more?
Shocked...errrmm...yeaa, Cap'n.
What part glows and what is it that MAKES it glow? Or should I say 'flow'?
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Ha .. googling "glow in the dark diaper" shows NUMEROUS brands. Wow.
As a father of a diapered baby I can not see why these are useful.
I don't change him in the dark. I know where his diapers are. And I hope he is where I put him in the dark (crib) Plus if free glo in the dark toys in Capn Crunch taught me anything, they eventually lose their glowy power.

Seems pretty silly

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Dead...as a Father who has served - has done his 'Dooty', 'Glow-In-The-Dark' diapers just are NOT necessary.
Smellivision works, maybe better than it ever should have.
I KNOW a 'baby's smile' is a little more than a 'warning from below'; I've a weak stomach and have puked more than once when one o'our spermmistakes grinned at me like a Cheshire Cat while in my arms - it always meant the same thing (and I thought they *loved* me!Cry).
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"YOU can be GrumpyWolf an'babysit the Raisin! You're at home most of the time - think how WONDERFUL that will be!"
She has clearly lost her mind.
 
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Glow-in-the-dark (like 3-D) used to be something that was rarely seen and thus, when you did see it, it was "pretty cool".  Now, it (like 3-D) is so ubiquitous, I can't imagine a kid being at all impressed or fascinated by it.  'Specially when it's smeared with sh*t.
 
 
 
 
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Confused...now that ya mention it, *I* wanna see 'glow-in-the-dark' poop, but I don't wanna smell it.
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If parents want their kids to have glow in the dark diapers all they have to do is mix their baby formula with the liquid from those glow sticks and wait a couple hours.



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Originally posted by insanity213 insanity213 wrote:

If parents want their kids to have glow in the dark diapers all they have to do is mix their baby formula with the liquid from those glow sticks and wait a couple hours.



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All these responses about glow in the dark diapers.LOL 


Click on the kid's picture in the link. The future hipster with the doo rag & tie die diapers with a lump in them.
That plastic clip is what glows...... I guess.
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Originally posted by insanity213 insanity213 wrote:

If parents want their kids to have glow in the dark diapers all they have to do is mix their baby formula with the liquid from those glow sticks and wait a couple hours.



 
Just get glow-in-the-dark paint and a pile of kiddy crap, mix it up in a blender, and let the kid put it through the Play-Doh Fun Factory.
 
 
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Why would they even need glow in the dark diapers? When I was seven or eight years old, I liked all things glow in the dark but I can't imagine any infant or toddler actually caring whether his or her diapers glowed in the dark.
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Originally posted by PrincessOfTheAncient PrincessOfTheAncient wrote:

Why would they even need glow in the dark diapers?
 
To make our landfills look sparkly and pretty at night, perhaps.
 
 
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If it is the tapes or velcro that glows in the dark, it helps the midnight changer do diaper dooty without having to get exposed to bright lights. It can also help the baby stay mostly asleep so the baby will go back to sleep.

Plus, there are plenty of consumers who will buy it for their own lame reasons. How else do you get consumers to change diaper brands?
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Originally posted by jeroboam jeroboam wrote:

Ha .. googling "glow in the dark diaper" shows NUMEROUS brands. Wow.
As a father of a diapered baby I can not see why these are useful.
I don't change him in the dark. I know where his diapers are. And I hope he is where I put him in the dark (crib) Plus if free glo in the dark toys in Capn Crunch taught me anything, they eventually lose their glowy power.

Seems pretty silly

I dunno.
 
some of the LEGO pieces I have with Glow-in-the-Dark are still just as bright as they once were.
 
If I stake several Kanoka disks on top of each other, it's practically a nightlight.
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I have a Blessed Virgin statue that glows as it did 10 or 15 years ago.  Jesus made that happen.
 
 
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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

Originally posted by PrincessOfTheAncient PrincessOfTheAncient wrote:

Why would they even need glow in the dark diapers?
 
To make our landfills look sparkly and pretty at night, perhaps.
 
 
 
Fair enough, but I think the smell's the worse problem!
 
Though I guess that other things in the landfill probably smell 1000x worse.
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Seriously it's a diaper, it's gonna get sh*tted up anyway whether it glows or not. And why do we even need them to glow? Are there a bunch of moms and dads changing diapers in a power outage?
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I'd like to bring some lightning bugs into California.  Kids here don't even believe me when I tell them about "bugs that light up in the dark".
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Finally (or should I say, unfortunately) I saw a commercial for these, and also was able to find it on youtube.



Dad looks like he ought to be committed. 


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