xoxoxoBruce Sunday Jan 3 10:02 PM
Jan 4th, 2016: BabyPod
Babies respond to music, everyone responds to music. From toe tapping, head banging, dancing or singing along,
Clodfobble Sunday Jan 3 10:47 PM
Such bullshit. The baby can hear through your abdomen just fine. Don't even need headphones on the belly.
DanaC Monday Jan 4 01:22 AM
How much?? For a musical dldo?
xoxoxoBruce Monday Jan 4 02:06 AM
The site says, 91,58 GBP, but like the USD I think the comma should be a decimal point. I don't think 54db would get you off though, but you can play it while you sleep and be ready in the morning.
Snakeadelic Monday Jan 4 08:40 AM
One of my favorite hobbies is surfing the net to research both wildlife and domestic animals. Because of my decent pattern-recognition skills, I can actually look up dogs, cats, and horses in French, Portuguese, Italian, and a couple of other languages I don't actually speak. In Europe, they use a comma instead of a period to separate the whole-monetary-unit digits from the fractional-monetary-unit. So yes, in US terminology that would be 134.58 Euros.
Snakeadelic Monday Jan 4 08:41 AM
Or US dollars, if they did the currency conversion right.
Snakeadelic Monday Jan 4 08:44 AM
It does limit the volume to 54db so I think the 1812 Overture would be kind of flat, and would limit post-partum fun.
Snakeadelic Monday Jan 4 08:47 AM
...Oooooo, or "Hall of the Mountain King", featured in the BEST music-to-action edit I have ever seen in a movie preview (Needful Things). Or my favorite in-movie fight-music edit, the techno-opera-wtf they used when Leeloo was beating the snot out of Mangalors during the Diva's performance in Fifth Element.