Top products from r/KidsAreFuckingStupid

We found 46 product mentions on r/KidsAreFuckingStupid. We ranked the 53 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Top comments that mention products on r/KidsAreFuckingStupid:

u/Not_Nice_Niece · 1 pointr/KidsAreFuckingStupid

Gob bless my mom then. As soon as I first asked she brought out the book Where did I come from Then she answered any questions I had. She also took time to point out while sex isn't wrong some people will do and say things just to get it. She taught me to not do anything unless I was ready regardless of what the other person wants. Her openness allowed me to have a appreciation for sex as well as, the wherewithal know to respect myself and to make sure those I sleep with respect me as well.

u/deanreevesii · 11 pointsr/KidsAreFuckingStupid

I use EZSweets, which is like a liquid concentrated splenda. One bottle lasts me like 6 months to a year.

If you get a drop on your finger you'll want to wash your hands. It only takes licking it off your finger once to teach you to never do it again, but it's pretty great stuff otherwise.

(The benefit of the liquid sucralose is that the packages of splenda actually have carbs in them, because they need some kind of powder to bind the sweetener. This makes splenda counter productive to keto, and other carb restricted diets. The liquid doesn't have the carbohydrates that splenda does, so it won't throw you out of ketosis, slow down your weight loss progress.)

u/DreadnaughtHamster · 2 pointsr/KidsAreFuckingStupid

If you want headphones that have a very balanced sound that you can then change with the EQ in iTunes or whatever you use, these are fantastic and they're only around $80:


They are meant for accurate reproduction of sound though, so you'd have to set your EQ levels to how you want them. But they also are good if you need to ever record video or work with audio.

u/WiseWoodrow · 3 pointsr/KidsAreFuckingStupid

The funny part is he didn't need all of that link. Simply putting would have worked just as well. The parts after that aren't necessary.

u/kgrobinson007 · 1 pointr/KidsAreFuckingStupid

It’s a candle in the shape of a number, but we’re seeing it from the back. My guess is the number ‘3’. They’re fairly common in the US. Something like this.

u/yParticle · 3 pointsr/KidsAreFuckingStupid

Yeah, don't they teach kids about amazon shortlinks in school these days?

u/Ser_Jorah · 18 pointsr/KidsAreFuckingStupid

the 3 people above me should do themselves a favor and get this book

u/Nicnl · 31 pointsr/KidsAreFuckingStupid

You can actually get away with just the part after /product :

The rest of the URL is optional, it contains things such as the vendor, session IDs, language, the displayed picture, etc...

u/papertreeprophet · 10 pointsr/KidsAreFuckingStupid

Poorly built, but they do exist for beverages

Cooper Cooler Rapid Beverage & Wine Chiller, Silver

u/roostercrowe · 37 pointsr/KidsAreFuckingStupid

you degaussed the screen. there are products out there specifically made for that purpose

u/AsleepExplanation · 522 pointsr/KidsAreFuckingStupid

Both. Giving an exact product reference is an inventive way to get the exact right present from a vendor which sells it, neatly ruling out the possibility of asking for something Santa might be unable to find (or which might not even exist), or getting the wrong version of, and that's a bit genius. Including all the gumpf beyond the product code is a bit stupid, though. At best, it's totally unnecessary, and at worst, it'll put Santa off from typing any of it altogether, putting things right back to square one.

If anyone's curious, btw:

u/DutchOvenCamper · 1 pointr/KidsAreFuckingStupid

And, you can actually drop the "product" subdirectory if you change the gp to dp.

u/MalleableNinjer · 47 pointsr/KidsAreFuckingStupid

Just in case Santa didn’t know the whole hyperlink was not needed to find the product, because that just seems like a pain in the ass to type out.

u/MAGAManLegends3 · 1 pointr/KidsAreFuckingStupid

Uhhhh, Game boys had all that stuff too.... Just in janky 5 coloured pixels aside from the later GBA Internet

Nintendo was always trying out weird shit before it was cool.... Or feasible. LoL Virtual Boy. Their VR was so bad it actually killed the poor guy that designed it! RIP Gunpei Yokoi! Even had a pseudo wi-fi where game boy colors within 5ish miles of each other could find one another with an attachment. Later, it could connect to SNES systems using Xband and SatellaView too! There was even a special Zelda cart (BS Zelda, or broadcast satellite) put out that was like their first half assed attempt at an MMO (basically plays like Four Swords, if it lagged horribly) Had to feel bad for them sometimes, they'd launch something that failed spectacularly only for someone else to make a billion dollars off a near similar idea 5 years later. (In this case, two someone elses, Cold Tea with Fantasy Online and Toonslab with Graal Online, which had quite literally ripped off a ton of their sprites from both NES and SNES versions. They both moved their HQs to China so as to avoid prosecution. Fucking ouch, man!)