Walmart take a gamble on potty training
We all have hopes and dreams for our children, but how many will grow up to become alcoholic, drug-addled gambling addicts, pouring quarters into Vegas slots and betting their kidneys against the house on the Blackjack tables? It's a frightening, if not an entirely made-up thought, but one made all the more probable by Walmart.
Yes, why not start them young by teaching them about craps while they're having one? Alright so it's a slot machine. It's the Jack Potty, which "triggers lights and sounds for fun and encouragement" when it detects "a deposit":
Now there's no need whatsoever to interact with your child; simply let them develop their near-fetal social abilities with a slot machine. The product reviews are also a little worrying, with parents going a step too far to prevent bathroom accidents:
"Although my son has yet to go to the bathroom in this, I say it's just ok. The guard always falls off. So if you have a boy, I'd still shop around. I'm considering super gluing the thing on."
Permanently fixing your child to a toilet seat does seem a little excessive, but at least it'd free up a bedroom in the house.