73345_460953703975379_963581712_nWhen my kids were smaller I used to take advantage of those kids play centers where you could drop your kids off for a few hours while you went shopping or to a grownup movie or you just wanted some time without someone demanding you watch another episode of Little Bill. These places are usually well staffed with tons of junk to keep kids amused, ball pits, slides, and other kid friendly junk. They are great if you don’t use traditional daycare but want to let your kids get their ya-yas out for a while. But it seems like this play center located in Melford, New York wanted grownups to be able to get their ya-yas out too, so they hosted an adults only ‘pajama party.’

Complete with Twister games, ‘tasteful nudity’, body painting, Jello wrestling and body painting. All in structures like this:

 

(Image: Facebook)

(Image: Facebook)

Which turned into this:

(Image: Facebook)

(Image: Facebook)

The flyer for the party, according to CBS Local, read:

“THIS IS JUST GOOD CLEAN WHOLESOME FUN. There will be no orgy, smut, strippers, or sexually lewd content …… however… there will be tasteful nudity.. feety pajamas…and probably little nighties,” the invitation said.

 

The Krazy Kidz of Medford play center has “cleaned and disinfected” their business but as you guessed it, people on Facebook are still pretty cranky about a kid’s childcare facility hosting the adults only blowout :

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I can understand why parents are pissed. Who wants to think of your toddler shoving balls from a ball pit in their mouth that have been next to some weird dude’s balls? But if the business is doing a thorough cleaning and disinfecting everything I guess I don’t see what the big deal is. Judging from the posts on Facebook, Krazy Kidz won’t be allowing more adult slumber parties to go on and will go back to being a kid’s only facility.

I would just bring a lot of hand santizier with.

(Images: Facebook)