Sunday, November 12, 2006
Bergermeister Meisterberger Files (Episode II)

Bergermeister Meisterberger has lost his appetite and is not sure on whether to outlaw or endorse this controversial hot list Christmas toy of the season.

It seems the latest Barbie accessory is a pet dog named Tanner. He not only looks like a lovable Labrador Retriever but he poops like one too!!! Barbie and Tanner come packaged together with dog toys, biscuit treats, a feeding bowl, leash, pooper scooper and bin to toss the Feces Pieces that Tanner happens to leave behind on your carpet or walkway.

As you can see the Bergermeister is quite sickened by this outrageous toy yet on the other hand this could encourage responsible dog ownership. The streets of Sombertown would be free of steamy land mines for the residents to slip and fall upon. The air will smell cleaner and the towns fire hydrants will no longer turn yellow.

However the Bergermeister is very concerned that children will discard the supplied pooper scooper and pick up the little morsels with their bare hands. Greatly disgusting the Bergermeister and prompting him to loose his lunch is also the fact that this toy presents a choking hazard and some children may end up swallowing Tanner's steaming biscuits.

For this reason this product is hereby deemed unlawful by the order of the Bergermeister!

Stumble It! .......posted by Margaret @ 1:46 PM  
  • At 2:40 PM, Blogger Chana said…

    now i am fairly new to your blog i must ask. is that your clip?

    my kids are beyond the barbie stage so i had no idea how far and talented some toys have gotten. i like the pup..he is cute and you are right besides the fear that a kid might eat the poop, many will learn to be responsible pet owners..

  • At 5:42 PM, Anonymous happy and blue 2 said…

    LOL..the video was hilarious..
    Did you make it?

    It may make kids learn to be responsible dog owners, or it would teach them to eat dog poo, ha,ha..

  • At 6:07 PM, Blogger R2K said…

    Youtube deleted my account without warning all because some punks flagged one of my videos!

  • At 2:42 AM, Blogger Scaramouche Jones said…

    Haha. I dare you to hang that poster all over your town :)

  • At 3:55 AM, Blogger Orhan Kahn said…

    Finally, an accessory that suits Barbie well, dog turds.

  • At 5:26 AM, Blogger Deepak Gopi said…


  • At 5:52 AM, Blogger Karlos said…

    I’d have a hard time endorsing the Barbie based solely on the misrepresentation of the animated, dancing Barbies. And Tanner? Too yuppie. But I do like the Tanner You Tube video!

  • At 10:10 AM, Blogger Dr.John said…

    Okay. My grandkids can do without. But can I get the little cow that gives out jelly beans when you lift it's tail? You won the Monday prize at the Fortress. Drop by and pick a prize.

  • At 3:39 PM, Anonymous Twisted Cinderella said…

    OMG! LOL I just don't think that Little Princess needs to add that to her collection. I was shocked enough that somebody bought her a toy doll bar with beer on tap for her fourth birthday

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