Office Supplies vs. Actual Friggin Toys

Erratic behavior following the choice between cup and mouse.

Office Supplies vs. Actual Friggin Toys


This study compares the entertainment preferences of a 15-month-old child coexisting with their academic parent in a novel work-from-home stay-at-home-parent environment. The experiment offered four objects, including office items and an actual friggin’ toy, in a paired-choice design. The subject demonstrated an obvious preference for non-toys. These results provide further evidence that children prefer office items over actual friggin toys. These findings may inform toy manufacturers as to what entices children most in a lawless hellscape.

PAPER: Break_AR_2021

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