For parents with a twisted sense of humor: the shark stroller


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For parents with a twisted sense of humor: the shark stroller

I want one in big boy size.


Yeah, you could spend $225. Or you could buy the $25 version at Target.


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which has “interesting” reviews.

If the stroller doesn’t fit your needs, no amount of art will fix it.


I somehow doubt the $300 collapsible shark stroller is $275 better than the target one, the Target shark one is fine for an umbrella stroller which this more expensive on is as well. It had some nice features like a place to put your things - but you can buy canvas totes and stuff for strollers for way less than buying a designer stroller.


Hey, I don’t have kids, and my niece is too old for a stroller. So I don’t have any reason to pay attention to the stroller market.
But, do you think that maybe, just maybe, there might be improvements to be made over your bog standard, 1970s era $20 stroller?

Plus, the Cosco shark accoutrements look cheap. The Maclaren stuff looks a bit better. Not hundred of dollars more expensive, but it’s sort what one expects from an expensive stroller that you would hopefully buy for reasons other than “Cool Shark, bro.”




My cats would love this (the chair, that is).


No wheels, that’s a non-starter for me.


Sharks are passe. If your aim is to scare off any troublemakers (without caring if you vaporize your baby’s pudgy little legs in the process) then this weaponized stroller might be just the ticket.



Stewie was wondering where he left his stroller.


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