Mum gets utterly rinsed by parents saying the same thing after she shares the ‘fun, cool’ buy she clocked online

A mother has been criticized on social media for sharing a ‘fun’ summer shopping item she found for her baby.

The woman thinks it’s the perfect choice to keep the kids cool in the summer – but many parents agree it’s the perfect choice if you want a trip to A&E.

The mom thinks she's found the perfect item to keep the kids entertained all summer


The mom thinks she’s found the perfect item to keep the kids entertained all summerCredit: Getty
However, many people assume that the attachment will lead to a fracture


However, many people assume that the attachment will lead to a fractureCredit: Amazon

Share Amazon search on Facebook group, Huge coupons and great pricesShe wrote: “Finded on Amazon!

“It’s an attachment for the round trampoline, 12ft is the cheapest!

“Something to keep the kids entertained and calm.”

The nozzles are attached to the trampoline safety net and spray water from the top.

The mom thinks it’s the perfect item to buy in time for the summer holidays, and we can understand why, but some parents are concerned about safety.

Despite the safety net, many assumed it would lead to a fracture – with some parents claiming it already happened.

The post went viral on the group, receiving over 400 likes and over 2,300 comments.

One person wrote: “God, I’m so glad my trampoline is bigger than theirs, so many hours spent in A&E without the sprinklers, good luck!”

Another commented: “Yes because the slippery wet trampoline is a great idea…..especially when you have 3 kids who want to be photographed at the same time….. #6BROKENFEMURS. “

“Just seems like an unnecessary danger to me,” wrote a third.

Meanwhile, the fourth said: “My God no. Can’t believe this is still happening. What a perfect way to break a leg.”

“My oldest son broke his knee without one of these, this was all an accident,” the fifth declared.

Others seem to think it is a danger worth the risk.

Another added: “Accidents are about to happen. These are dangerous enough already! But YOLO.”

“Everybody says it’s dangerous not to take a little risk,” another parent wrote.

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Russell Falcon

Russell Falcon is a USTimesPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Russell Falcon joined USTimesPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing

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