January 27th, 2004
|10:07 pm - Your guess, she is as good as mine|
"Kaba Kick is russian roulette for kids. The player points the gun at his or her own head and pulls the trigger. Instead of bullets, a pair of feet kick out from the barrel (which is shaped like a pink hippo). If the gun doesn't fire, the player earns points."
Yeah, but the expression on the kid's face is really what sells it here.
Points for the Yakov Smirnoff impersonation, though.
Hippos? Can anyone explain the presence of the pink hippos?
Well, whenever I'm tempted to do the old Russian Roulette thingo, I usually tie on a few first. Although that's pink elephants... hmm.
Maybe kids see hippos when they're drunk. Hafta graduate to elephants.
Those bullets look like they belong in an adult store.
|Date:||January 28th, 2004 05:48 am (UTC)|| |
Next year's model will include battery-powered bullets.
With pink hippos in all the right places?
Honestly, where is not the right place for a pink hippo?
Up your nose. It's a health hazard - the government is coming out with a new warning soon about it. "Nose hippos cause hallucinations, low-birthweight babies, and may inadvertantly crush you. Just say 'no' to nose hippos."
Well, then. It's a good thing that kid's aiming the Kaba Kick gun to his temple and not at his noise.
I think that the hippos are ganked from Hungry Hungry Hippos.
Obviously it's this mysterious synergy between children's games and pastel cartoon hippos that I was previously unaware of.
Isn't that one of Gamera's Kennys?
Maybe I'm just imagining it.