• ArgosyJones

    WANT.

  • ArgosyJones

    WANT.

  • ArgosyJones

    WANT.

  • Anonymous

    I was half expecting it to rip some kids head open. Just being thrown around isn’t really that bad, kids actually like to tumble.

  • SF2K01

    I was half expecting it to rip some kids head open. Just being thrown around isn’t really that bad, kids actually like to tumble.

  • DeepCough

    Aw, c’mon, it’s no more dangerous than your average merry-go-round.

  • DeepCough

    Aw, c’mon, it’s no more dangerous than your average merry-go-round.

    • Rachsuzanne

      Those aren’t allowed on playgrounds where I live anymore.  No more merry-go-rounds.  They’re illegal.

      • DeepCough

        Aw, c’mon, the best time to get hurt is when you’re a kid.

  • Anonymous

    Wheeeeeeeeeee, I’m a rag-doll…

  • GoodDoktorBad

    Wheeeeeeeeeee, I’m a rag-doll…

  • KxBk6U

    This isn’t bad, Just listen to the kids squealing and giggling. Whoever called this the worst ever probably has their kids dressed in hockey padding and gives them cotton balls to play with.

  • KxBk6U

    This isn’t bad, Just listen to the kids squealing and giggling. Whoever called this the worst ever probably has their kids dressed in hockey padding and gives them cotton balls to play with.

  • Rachsuzanne

    Those aren’t allowed on playgrounds where I live anymore.  No more merry-go-rounds.  They’re illegal.

  • Emiliangregory

    Darwin is laughing

  • Emiliangregory

    Darwin is laughing

  • Emiliangregory

    Darwin is laughing

  • Anonymous

    This is the type of toy kids NEED to learn and grow! The BS safety plastic foam shit the kids have to play with now wont teach them to respect nature. These kids are learning a valuable lesson in physics, inertia to be exact.  And the the ground doesn’t give a fuck about your feelings. 

  • ben_b

    This is the type of toy kids NEED to learn and grow! The BS safety plastic foam shit the kids have to play with now wont teach them to respect nature. These kids are learning a valuable lesson in physics, inertia to be exact.  And the the ground doesn’t give a fuck about your feelings. 

    • Commenter

      wtf?  how does this toy help a child develop at all?  are you supposed to grab onto the bar and run yourself in a circle?  or do some of your friends hold onto the bar too and you all walk in a circle?  wtf is wrong with you ppl?  it was hilarious though to see the kid hit the ground and the other one to get smacked down, but just bc that was funny does not mean that this is a good idea.. i know you guys honestly do not believe that. and what the hell are you talking about respecting nature?  a heavy ass metal thing that spins in a circle teaches a child what exactly about nature?  that when you hit the sand face first that sand doesn’t taste very good?  you’re entirely irresponsible and detached from reality.

  • DeepCough

    Aw, c’mon, the best time to get hurt is when you’re a kid.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Angelo-Suppa/100000499899286 Angelo Suppa

    This reminds me of when i was a kid i was at the playground on some older kids had me get on the merry go round and some other kid who had autism and was pretty much the rainman but they made that thing spin so fast i remember seeing this kid holding on and looking at me with fear in his eyes screaming and then he was gone and flying through the air breaking his collor bone and wrist i threw up but stayed on. The kid lived across the street so i got him home and the older kids were long gone. The next day the merrygoround was gone.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Angelo-Suppa/100000499899286 Angelo Suppa

    This reminds me of when i was a kid i was at the playground on some older kids had me get on the merry go round and some other kid who had autism and was pretty much the rainman but they made that thing spin so fast i remember seeing this kid holding on and looking at me with fear in his eyes screaming and then he was gone and flying through the air breaking his collor bone and wrist i threw up but stayed on. The kid lived across the street so i got him home and the older kids were long gone. The next day the merrygoround was gone.

  • Grooveboss

    how boys become men !

  • Grooveboss

    how boys become men !

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Arian-Clark/100000574312121 Arian Clark

    Thumbs up to the kid who could actually grab the thing and hold on for a second.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Arian-Clark/100000574312121 Arian Clark

    Thumbs up to the kid who could actually grab the thing and hold on for a second.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Arian-Clark/100000574312121 Arian Clark

    Thumbs up to the kid who could actually grab the thing and hold on for a second.

  • Cody0126

    where was this when i was a kid

  • Cody0126

    where was this when i was a kid

  • Cody0126

    where was this when i was a kid

  • Tex

    Hooray! This is from Stockholm, Sweden, world renowned for it’s successes in badassery.

  • Tex

    Hooray! This is from Stockholm, Sweden, world renowned for it’s successes in badassery.

  • justagirl

    here to combat the pussification of our youth!!  yay!  build more.

  • justagirl

    here to combat the pussification of our youth!!  yay!  build more.

  • justagirl

    here to combat the pussification of our youth!!  yay!  build more.

  • Commenter

    wtf?  how does this toy help a child develop at all?  are you supposed to grab onto the bar and run yourself in a circle?  or do some of your friends hold onto the bar too and you all walk in a circle?  wtf is wrong with you ppl?  it was hilarious though to see the kid hit the ground and the other one to get smacked down, but just bc that was funny does not mean that this is a good idea.. i know you guys honestly do not believe that. and what the hell are you talking about respecting nature?  a heavy ass metal thing that spins in a circle teaches a child what exactly about nature?  that when you hit the sand face first that sand doesn’t taste very good?  you’re entirely irresponsible and detached from reality.