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Toddlers are tearing the bar up at this fake Happy Hour Playset
It’s never too early to “play bar,” right?
OK, maybe three years old is a little too young.
The image of a Fisher-Price Happy Hour Playset seems to have originated from Adam Padilla on Instagram. Padilla was apparently inspired by the sight of his 2-year-old daughter at his own kitchen counter, looking like she needs another drink.
“It seemed like something someone might do,” Padilla told Huffington Post.
Sadly, Fisher-Price isn’t actually selling Happy Hour playsets (and has no intention to), but that hasn’t stopped people from flooding the company’s Facebook page with comments. Some people are clueless and outraged at the idea of a Happy Hour Playset, but others genuinely want to buy their kids a bar.
Courtney, I hope to be as cool as you when I’m a mom. Cheers!
Melanie Price is the senior social media editor at the Daily Dot.