|Old People - 2013-07-12 |
From the video title and the preload image I assumed it was a plastic dead-baby doll from the Bradford Exchange.
|SteamPoweredKleenex - 2013-07-12 |
Thankfully, it appears that Evan gets better (looking) later on. I guess his features were still setting up, like half-cooled Jell-O.
I had to go to the YouTube channel to confirm this bold statement.
It is true. There's a video of Evan eating carrots and he's down right cute.
But here? If this were my kid I'd have to ask my wife why she was fantasizing about Gollum when we fucked.
|TeenerTot - 2013-07-12 |
Description made me laugh out loud.
His "angry face is exactly how he will look at fifty.
|baleen - 2013-07-12 |
This is not cool. Harlequin ichthyosis is not a laughing matter.
|memedumpster - 2013-07-12 |
I assumed that this was going to be a horrifying Christian affluent parents have their stillborn baby stuffed and mounted, and now pretend its still alive video.
Thank God it wasn't another one of those.
|Spaceman Africa - 2013-07-12 |
That baby was born to play the blues, he's already got old man eyes.
|boner - 2013-07-12 |
You gave birth to Don Rickles.
|Screwtape - 2013-07-12 |
Take it from a dad: all children are ugly right out of the oven.
One of the loveliest teenage girls I know started life as the ugliest baby I've every seen. I was a teenager when she was born, and I remember thinking she was a hideous baby.
This is going to sound egotistical, but my kid didn't. He's three and still gets people fawning over how cute he is. I almost wish I'd started him in commercials or something from the get-go.
On the one hand, we don't want him spoiled by that kind of attention, but it's also no guarantee that he'll stay good looking through his teenage years. Me and mom aren't exactly lookers ourselves, so maybe he got some of that "two kinda-negatives make a positive" thing going. I dunno. Time will tell.
|Koda Maja - 2013-07-13 |
I don`t remember this scene from Dead Alive.
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