Mustache Pacifier Can Help Make Junior’s Escapades All the More Snidely Whiplash-ish

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Infants and early toddlers… like kittens and puppies… they’re oh-so-cute, aren’t they? Typically gifted with a cherubic countenance that hides their true mischievous nature, there’s always so much more just beneath the surface. The folks at Gadgets and Gear are offering a most clever device that reveals the truth.. the Mustache Pacifier.

Why a Mustache Pacifier, you ask? Some might argue this pacifier will make junior look like a mini-Ron Swanson or at least a number of years older, creating a more “mature look”. I don’t think that is quite it. No, I think the true function of this device is to alert unwary friends and family members interacting with junior that he is not what he appears to be. You see, Providence deigned to endow most children the defense mechanism of Cuteness. Cuteness tends to deflect blame. It protects the youngster from parents who might otherwise wish to invoke punishment.

You parents know the routine:

Parent 1 shouts “Your son broke our DVR and smeared jelly on the screen!”.

Parent 2, beguiled by the little hellion because s/he didn’t make her saving throw versus Cuteness, replies (or at least thinks) “But s/he’s so cute!” and instinctively seeks to protect the child.

The Mustache Pacifier takes advantage of a youngster’s oral fixation and allows parents to mark the child with an emblem of naughtiness– the black handlebar mustache. In one small, pacifier-move they nullify the unfair advantage, reveal dear little baby’s true nature as a latter-day Snidely Whiplash and warn unwary acquaintances to be on their guard.

Gadgets and Gear Mustache Pacifier

MSRP: $12.95

Dastardly piano music not included.

About the Author

Bryan Eley
A senior software tester and network admin for a small hi-tech multimedia company that produces a number of online applications for several tech giants. Bryan got his professional start in PC technology when he discovered research PhDs in his second job out of college were not very computer savvy. The one upshot of working in that lab is that he met his future wife there, a fellow science geek as well. Bryan has been hooked on computers since his Commodore 64 days, when absurd amounts of was spent entering pages on machine language code for equally absurd simple games. Back in 2005 Bryan received an Axim X51v as a Christmas gift and he has been fiddling with mobile tech ever since. He recently joined the legions of iPhone enthusiasts where phones are concerned, but has dabbled with Blackberry, WebOS and Windows Phone OSes as well. When not busying himself with tech-oriented tasks Bryan likes spend time cooking (he has over 90 cookbooks, yet still jumps on the internet to find culinary info), reading, working in his garden, calligraphy, and spending time with his wife, two sons, two cats and a miscellaneous dog.

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