October 31, 2005

This Is Your Child's Brain On Dancing Badgers. Any Questions?

zombie_zombie_zombie.jpg"badgerbadgerbadger.com has had an absolutely mesmerizing effect on my son since early on. Even at 14 months it still captures his attention. He just sits there, entranced by the looped flash animation and song. I'm not sure if it will provide the same tranquilizing effect for other peoples' creatures, but I thought I'd pass it on."

And that is how civilization crumbles, my friends, not with a dirty bomb or a hurricane flooding Gay Day at Disneyworld, but with an endless badgerdance turning its the brains of its infants into mush.

badgerbadgerbadger.com [today only: zombiezombiezombie, via dt reader brian of the banterist]

3 Comments

That's nothing. Try Magical Trevor. It hyas a delightful gore factor that toddlers can't resist.
http://www.transbuddha.com/alphamonkey/html/trevor.html
Or the llama, llama duck song.

The Zombies are nice, though.

I refuse to watch that "badgerbadgerbadger" loop again. I watched for about 90 seconds once, and it took me 3 weeks to get the damn thing out of my head. Even worse than "This is the song that will drive you insane..."

I hear you on the annoying head-infestation flash files. This one is equally catchy, although it lacks for the bass of the Zombie file:

http://www.albinoblacksheep.com/flash/badgerphone.php

Enjoy at your own peril :-)

C!

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