Don't Put It In Your Mouth!

8:58 AM Posted by CalgaryDaddy

  Can a children's PSA be cute and creepy at the same time?  This old video definitely fits the bill in my opinion.  This Canadian propaganda video has scared a generation of kids into thinking twice about eating mommy's Valium and other household poisons.   Usually, these government advertisements are out of touch and stuffy, but this one seems to hit the target audience correctly.  Seriously, kids are probably not going to listen to boring old mom and dad, but will always take advice from a set of singing ( and ukulele playing) furry puppets with a catchy jingle. 

 Remember....you could sick....real quick....real ICK!



I bet you sing this all weekend!

Happy Friday! 

Shane


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9 comments:

  1. Mom vs. the boys said...

    oh wow, that was scary on so many levels!

  2. Otter Thomas said...

    That is hilarious! Creepy but hilarious.

  3. 3LittleMonkeys said...

    Definitely creepy! Although, I wish I had some valium for my kids to "accidently" find :)

  4. Shannon said...

    I SOOOoooooOOOooo remember this!

  5. Julie said...

    I'm not sure if creepy is the right word!

  6. Farmers Wife said...

    I think I would enjoy this more if I was drugged.

  7. Nikosmommy said...

    ooh-em-gee! I so remember that commercial...my younger brother sang it all the time. They used to put it on late at night too on Access and CTV, which of course is when all small children are up watching T.V.!!!

  8. Chris @ Cleverfather said...

    Hah, awesome!

    Thanks for the trip back in time. My sister and I used to sing that song all the time...

  9. Randa @ The Bewitchin' Kitchen said...

    Best ad ever. I remember watching that on Saturday mornings as a kid.

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