Let's not tell anyone in Syria that this is what we're focused on today, cool?

Not sure how to feel about this one. I've been burned before on seemingly web-perfect videos.  If it's real, I imagine that at the end of the recording, an alert appeared on the Dad's camera that read: "Video Must Be Uploaded To The Internet Immediately Or You Will Be Subject To Arrest." 

Who can blame the kid for not knowing? If I found that as an adult I'd assume (hope?) it was a child's toy. Exactly how many dildos were purchased and thrown out before Mum discovered that "two feet long and flaccid" is her favorite model of fraudulent penis?

According to Gawker, the uploader (Mum's boyfriend) claims the dildo was a leftover from "an Ann Summers party," which in Britain is like a tupperware party but for sex toys, organized by sex toy manufacturer Ann Summers Ltd. The parties allow women to browse the toys without going to a retail store, and they allowed the manufacturer to circumvent laws restricting public display of the toys.

They also allow for the opportunity to spontaneously create wildly popular Internet videos. Swear to God, Jimmy Kimmel, if I find out that kid's a stunt baby, I'll never believe anything you say ever again.

(by Bob Powers)

Sources: Guyism