Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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"Electricity Bad" baby training outlet plate 3

A scary picture you peel and stick on all your outlets.
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Could also have scary pictures on those baby safe plugs that prevent children from sticking something in the socket.

doctorremulac3, Jan 14 2014

Something like this http://www.scarycra...-scary-vampire.html
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       Presuming they haven't already died from the previous two encounters with electricity, I think might be a little redundant...
not_morrison_rm, Jan 14 2014

       Stab the vampire in the eye with a fork!
MaxwellBuchanan, Jan 14 2014

doctorremulac3, Jan 14 2014

       or... you could just explain to them that stuff in the wall is the same as the stuff in a nine-volt battery WAY bigger.
<holds arms far apart> Then just let them see you putting it on your tongue until they get brave enough to monkey-see-monkey-do.
Your kids will learn an instant healthy respect for the big stuff in the wall and you'll never have to worry about them wanting to tinker with it... until junior high, at which point hide your volt-meters because they will try to see what happens when you put the leads in backwards...

       I've heard.   


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