This toy will amaze, delight, and puncture your children:
If you’re of a certain age (and by that I mean young), you’ll know what rickrolling is. You may even have been a victim of this nefarious practice. It involves luring people to click on a video by promising a particular content, and then, halfway through, the video turns into a performance of Rick Astley singing the obnoxious song, “Never gonna give you up.” Wikipedia recounts the history of rickrolling pranks.
As an example, here’s one famous and cat-themed rickroll. As described on Wikipedia:
On January 13, 2009, in honor of the new YouTube hub for Congress, U.S. Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi uploaded a video called “Speaker Pelosi Presents Capitol Cat Cam” to her official YouTube channel. She described it as “a behind the scenes view of the Speaker’s Office in the U.S. Capitol.” The video depicts cats roaming around the office. A rickroll occurs approximately halfway through the video.
Here it is:
That’s a long introduction to today’s second featured video: kitteh Fro refusing to be rickrolled: