How To Block Caillou On Netflix


HT's mom here. Yeah I hacked the blog and it's for the greater good. 


A mom named Jondelyn C. on the Honest Toddler page has just preserved the sanity of millions by revealing a little known trick: blocking shows on Netflix. Whether it's that little demon Caillou or another annoying as hell program that you need out of your life, there are a couple of ways to do it.

1. Contact customer service and have them do it for you. 
2. Hover over any program with your mouse on the homepage and click "Not Interested." Netflix will pretty much stop suggesting it. 

Watch this video for more detailed instructions. 



Have you heard?
Nobody Likes a Cockblock: The Children's Book For Adults Who Aren't Getting Any 


Excerpt:

The stars are out, it’s dark outside. 
I can see that there’s sleep inside of your eyes. 

Stay warm in your bed, on our door do not knock. 
Because nobody likes a cockblock.

The train’s leaving the station, it’s about to go down. 
My ticket is stamped for a trip to Pound Town. 

Your job is to sleep like the heaviest rock. 
Because nobody likes a cockblock. 

I love mommy so much. She’s my favorite cutie. 
Tonight I would like a piece of that bootie. 

Don’t ask for milk or help with your sock, 
because nobody likes a cockblock. 
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If you're a parent who knows the pain of hearing your toddler cry over the baby monitor the second magic was about to go down, this book is for you.

If you're a parent whose 4 year-old seems to know the moment you're about to break that month-long dry spell and takes that opportunity to crap their pajama pants, this book is for you.

If you're a parent with cobwebs on your genitals who can't remember the last time they had an "O" that wasn't an "Oreo" cookie eaten while crying about their blue balls (or blue ovaries) this book is for you.

Cockblocking by children is a serious condition that affects millions of parents around the world. 




Nobody Likes A Cockblock is a full color paperback children's book for adults about woodland creature moms and dads just trying to get their swerve on. The 32-pages of inappropriate prose and hilarious illustrations that will leave you laughing about your sad life. It's perfect for birthday parties, baby showers, baptisms, and of course, wedding presents.



Release date (no pun intended): April 5th 

Screw looking for a last minute Mother's Day or Father's Day present.