While most of the world is teaching children to sit up straight at the table, keep their elbows off it and eat what is on their plate, folks in Japan seem to be encouraging children to eat from toilets. Now, we’d heard things were a little tough after the tsunami that devastated the island, but we had no idea people were resorting to such drastic measures.
Basic education consists of encouraging children to accept toilets as a viable source of food by using candy filled bowls. They use straws to suck up the succulent goodies, never knowing that they have begun training. Parents, act now, they are only $39.00 a set (with only $22.00 more for shipping anywhere in the world).
The Moko Moko Mokolet Candy Toilets are mini toilets with which you can make and then drink sweets. And, they’re literally so easy that a child can do it. First, decorate the brightly colored toilet tanks with the supplied stickers to transform them from lavatories into charming childhood companions. Once the snack time depositories of bodily wastes have been decorated to taste, pour the sachets of powder into the tank, then add some water.
The result is a foamy sweet drink bubbling out of the toilet bowl! It’s like sucking up sweet Scrubbing Bubbles, and is sure to have children running to toilets every time their tummies growl. Kids just love slurping suds from toy toilets, and they are a guaranteed hit at any party. The set features all four “toilet” drinking vessels, and two flavors of drink powder (cola and soda – two each = eight in total). What a great way to reduce those high food bills, while teaching kids the importance of recycling to the future of human survival. To order, or, for even more stellar ideas, visit japantrendshop.com.