The problem with raising ridiculously cute and clever children is that their corkscrew curls and prodigious cunning will inevitably be used against you. When unleashed upon a toy store to pick something out for her little friend's birthday, three-year-old Adela is interested only in expanding her own My Little Pony collection. When the standard pleas don't work, Adela pulls out the negotiation big guns. "If I don't get any ponies or any horses, I won't be able to wuv you anymore," she tells her long-suffering dad. "I'll only be able to love my mom." We're guessing dad stopped the tape before breaking and buying the whole set.