|Albuquerque Halsey |
What the hell they put a creepy realistic doll in a...NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
I just like the "can you put a heater under it" question.
Oh come on, they don't even tell you if it's a package deal or not.
|Sammy Barnathan |
Put a baby in boiling water and he'll jump out. Put a baby in cold water and heat it up to boiling point and he won't notice, and he'll die.
Oh no, wait, that's frogs.
This was peculiar.
It's neither. Well actually I'm willing to believe most babies are too stupid to escape from harm no matter what the situation, since they'll drown in 2 inches of water. But the frog thing is a myth.
For detailed reading on one man's crusade against this misinformation:
Funnier than a dead baby in a bucket of water.
did fox just almost kill a baby?
|wtf japan |
Soon these will be replacing beta fish on the desks of old maid receptionists everywhere.
The business news as seen through the eyes of a PCP addict.
Now folks, this is only .95, and for our first thirty orders we'll throw in a Chinese baby girl and a sham-WOW for free. Better call soon our switchboards are lighting up!
Well, that's fucking creepy.
"mimics mother's womb" but a womb that can fall off a table and crack its skull
|Dutch Oven Fresh Pie |
This thing needs a sealable top.
Nobody puts Baby in a bucket!
I couldn't make it even halfway through. One of the most disturbing things I've seen here. I felt like screaming TAKE THE BABY OUT OF THE BUCKET!!!
"How do you wash the hair".
What a stupid question. You just toss the thing around like a salad washer.
The Dutch conceptualization of the womb, ladies and gentlemen.
But will it blend?
oh crap sorry didn't see the first comment
I don't know why this fills me with such glee. Maybe because even though she is surrounded by babbling retards, the baby is like "Whatever, motherfuckers. I'm gonna chill in this bath and suck on my toes!"
|j lzrd / swift idiot |
I am astounded and amused greatly by these developments!
What's wrong with the friggin' kitchen sink?
|William Burns |
Almost tipped it over, oh my gosh!
This seems idiosyncratic to every warning label put on anything about babies ever.
"Do not leave baby in tupperware bowl up to neck in water."
you spend 9 months with that thing in you and the rest of your life wishing it was back in...
fox news is so vapid. but the baby in a bucket thing was kinda cool, i mean the kid didn't seem to mind, although i did wonder for a minute if it was having ptsd. oh well...
Wait, you have to clean the kid before you put them in the bath?
When my wife and I had our little boy, we somehow ended up on some mailing lists for baby registry junk, and I remember getting a booklet in the mail from Wal Mart (which we didn't even register at, so it was that much more confusing) advertising all of their baby "essentials" that we needed to be registering for people to buy for us.
Essentials? This is 50 pages of plastic junk. None of which existed 30 years ago. How the fuck did babies ever survive back then without all of this "essential" stuff?
Skip the bucket. The kid's going to outgrow it in 6 months tops. Just deal with them whining a bit when you wash them another way and spend your money on something more important.
God damn it.
throw in some parsley and diced potatoes...baby you got a stew goin!
How is babby knocked off the table and hurt?
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