The No Button - A Fun Gift for Moms, Dads, Teachers and Coworkers
A must have gift for anyone who says "No!" a lot
Now that my daughters are getting to be tweens and teenagers, I find that I am saying "No!" a lot of the time when we are out shopping. "No you can't have those chips." "No you can't have that candy." "No you can't have those jeans." On road trips the question is "Are we there yet?" I realized it would be much easier to have a button that I could push which would say it for me.
I figured someone else must have had the same idea and soon came across "The No Button" a big red button based on the original button from Staples, the "Easy" button. Parents (especially Moms) aren't the only ones who might like a "No!" sound button.
These make fun gift ideas for parents, teachers, coworkers and bosses. I'll be stocking up on "No! Buttons" for fun gift ideas.
Of course you need to keep them away from the kids for obvious reasons and since the company does not recommended the No Button for any one under the age of 12.
The No Button available on Amazon
The Perfect Gift for Mom, Dad and Teachers
No! Button by Kirsti A. Dyer
Vote on Using the "No" Button
Who do you think might want to use a "No" Button the most?
Uses for the No Button
There are many different ways to use the No Button, making it a handy desk accessory for parents, teachers, bosses and coworkers. Here are some of the questions that I could have answered with the "No" button.
- Can I have this candy, ice cream, cookies, chocolate?
- Can I get this...top, jeans?
- Can I get a teen magazine?
- Can I get some cheese puffs?
- Do these jeans make my butt look big?
- Can I wear this outfit?
- Can I get my ears pierced?
- Can I watch YouTube videos?
- Are we there yet?
- Can I get a Frappuccino?
Use The No Button on the Road to Answer - "Are we there yet?"
The No Buttons is a great addition to any road trip. It makes it easy to answer the question, "Are we there yet?"
Traveling with Tweens and Children
As most parents know, taking road trips with the family can be challenging, particularly if the kids and tweens are always asking, "Are we there yet?"
Can I get a Frappuccino? No We can make one
Now that I've found a recipe to make Frappuccino at home we can use our Blendtec Blender and make one at home instead of having to buy one.
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The No! Button
The No Button at Work
The No Sound Button on the job available at Amazon
Vote on Places to Use the "No" Button
Where would you want to use a No! Button?
Use the No Button to Answer the "Can I have...?" Food Questions
Since I have been teaching nutrition, I try to make sure that my daughters are eating healthy food. As they get older they are getting more influenced by the junk food they see on display in the store and what their peers are eating.
Grocery shopping is the time when I really want a "No" button because it becomes a barrage of questions about eating different foods that often end in "No!"
Needless to say I am very happy when they pick out something health or at least healthier so I can say "Yes!"
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The No Button in the Classroom
Use the "No" Button in the classroom to have some fun with students.
Vote on Directing the No! Button to...
Who would you like to use your No Button with?
The No Button in Action on YouTube
Watch to see how the "No" Button works from Ian MacDonald, Daniel Sheer and the Spoon Sisters
Different Ways to Say "No!"
These sound buttons have several different ways of saying "No!" Who knew there were so many different ways.
- No! No! No! No! No!
- N-O No!
- No Way!
- Not a Chance!
- No! No! No!
- Absolutely Not!
- Did you hear me? No!
- No! (Elf Voice)
The No Button Reviews and Recommendations
The No Button has been used by parents and teachers. One Dad Blogger has even developed an online "No" button that you can push anytime you are feeling stressed.
- The "No Button": Guaranteed to Make Us Laugh!
I purchased the "No Button" a few months ago at a Hallmark store, and surprise students with it every so often to be a little silly. It really makes them laugh when they ask a question such as, "Can I please have more paint" and they hear the button
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- Overloaded? Just Press the No Button!
Technically this post has 1 word (not counting these). Turn your sound on to hear it. Feel free to push the button more than once for a particularly rough day.
The Perfect Answer Button
Hallmark's Perfect Answer Button - Video
More Fun Push Buttons
More Fun Push Buttons on Amazon
Hit this button any time you need some applause
Let's the buttons to the insulting for you.
Fun gag gift with different scream versions.
A WTF button for those times when things just don't make sense.
Get your own Panic Button to push as a fun stress reliever in the office.
Hear what the button has to say when you do push the button
A great button for those who love to laugh
Startle someone with a police siren.
Push the button to remind everyone there is No Whining
More on The No Button
- The No Button Official Website
The No Button is a handy button that says "No!" The no button is a handy button that says 'no' the founders of the no button are parents who seemed to be repeating the same things to their kids over and over. they dreamed of a button that would just
- The No Button | Facebook
When my kids were little, I said the same things over and over. At some point, I realized that I mostly say NO. But the button isn't just for parents!
The Original Easy Button
Staples Easy Button on Amazon
The Staples Easy button has spawned many other fun pushing buttons using other words, like the No button. This is a lot like the Milk Campaign's "Got Milk" which as lead to many other "Got ... ?" versions.
The original talking easy button, the one that started the button pushing craze.
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