Don’t get me wrong, I was a devoted caretaker to my Polly-Pocket-Barbie-American-Girl community of plastic, but there was the occasional rainy afternoon when I’d surreptitiously watch cartoons and wonder why G.I. Joe and all his ammo was missing in my life. Dad blogger Caleb Gardner points out that children in the U.S. are exposed to 25,000 television commercials a year. Despite increasingly diverse households and a socially-conscious education system, what are these ads teaching the next generation about gender roles? To their rescue, Caleb found the Gendered Advertising Remixer. It’s never been easier to mix video of My Little Pony with audio of Nerf Stampede. Though truth be told, I always knew that glittery little tail was capable of auto-blasting.