My afternoon of school work and her hair!


My three year old Daughter decided to make a toilet seat necklace. She rather enjoyed it until I couldn’t get it off her without screams of “DON’T PULL MY HEAD OFF MAMA! MY HEAD! NooOOOooOOoo”. I can’t even bring myself to share what I had to use to get it off only that it is safely back in the parental draws under the name “Erm… Magic Slippy Goop..?” For the benefit of the rather panicked yet amused eight year old watching it all unfold.



Submitted by: Chrissy



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  • Anonymous

    This is exactly the sort of thing I would have done as a kid. I think it’s a miracle I was allowed to survive to adulthood…

  • Kristin Hansen

    Thanks for making me shoot coffee out my nose (in hindsight I should know better than to be sipping a beverage while perusing this site…) Oh. My. God. Funniest thing ever! I love that you busted out the “Magic Slippy Goop” (would have never thought of that in a million years!!) and that last pic is priceless! “Mom, why does the slippy goop smell like vanilla and why is my head all tingly??” Baahahahaha!!!

    • Christina Scott

      I’m still face palming now. I couldn’t find anything else though on short notice lol The smell of it now is rather a mood killer I have to say!

  • Anne-Marie Reidy

    I hope you will remind her often and loudly of this incident when she is a teenager. And you should contact the manufacturer of the, erm, ‘Magic Slippy Goop’ and sell them your idea for expanding their product line.

    • Christina Scott

      I might just do that 😀

  • alexandra

    God gave mothers their Magic Mom Spit, we give you Magic Slippy Goop. It’s just like mom spit only with more tingling action!

  • Alexander

    My mom once had to remove my body from a Cozy Coupe with Astroglide. True story. I went in it with only some shorts on and a tank top–but I was far too large for the coupe. Hot plastic + Sweaty = Super Sticky Situation.

    Haven’t lived it down yet. Don’t think I ever will.

  • Cherie OHara

    My son did the same thing with his training seat

  • Anonymous

    I really don’t see the problem here.  For a water-shoot…perfect.  And Darlings, at least it matches her outfit.  Move along, nothing to see here.

  • Anonymous

    Would love to know where you are from that you use the word ‘slippy.’ Most people look at me as if I were from Mars (the planet, not the town in Western PA) when I use that word.