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    Posted: 06 Nov 2016 at 10:32pm
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So we're forcing a guy you just met to hold a baby he's never seen before and do so while he's eating something?
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WinkYou just have to love how he puts the dip on the baby's head and marches on with lunch!
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote tikibagger Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 07 Nov 2016 at 2:59am
as a former baby non-enthusiast, I could see myself doing something similar before becoming a 'family man'..but after having T-Bells chicken tacos in REAL LIFE, he could probably put them down pretty easily--not so great.
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Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

WinkYou just have to love how he puts the dip on the baby's head and marches on with lunch!
ClapClap Yes, particularly after Smarmy New Hipster Dad scolds him..."Hold my baby, man."  (Who says that, anyway??)  Besides, the baby looks pretty cute with a dip cup on its head.  In a couple of months, Baby will be smearing all kinds of interesting things on his head, anyway.   

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I hate the "hold my baby, man" guy with a white hot heat. I yell "NO!!!" at him every time. He's a moron.
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No responsible parent asks a complete stranger to hold their baby.
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Originally posted by Cranedy Pouth Cranedy Pouth wrote:

No responsible parent asks a complete stranger to hold their baby.
Nitwit.
Sure they do.
1.) Given YOU are the parent (Crandadythan - have you blessed this world with any 'mini-mees'?) and you're having a stroke, or heart attack
2.) You're crossing the street with your spermmistake in your arms and about to get hit and killed by a car - and there is a stranger right out of range of the car...wouldn't you ask to pass the snot-nosed brat?
3.) You're walking along with lil'misterBubbleButt when you trip and fall directly toward an operational wood chipper. You either can gunk it up and get sued by the owner, or pass the baby to the operator before becoming a splinter of yourself - what would YOU do?
4.) Drew Carey has picked YOU out of the studio audience and wants you to play 'Plinko' for a million bucks, on 'The Price Is Right'. Wouldn't you pass little boy barf bag to the Dutch girl on the left?
 
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The guy with the tacos should've grabbed the douchebag's wife and said "Oh, baby...".
 
 
 
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First of all the girlfriend should have know better than to ask him to hold a baby when his hands are CLEARLY full. As for the father of the baby, why be like "hold my baby man." It's like if he doesn't hold him it is some great offense to hipster daddy. People these days...
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I'd still be quick to remind the father I ain't holdin' li'il Jimmy Germy because *I* didn't 'do the crime', so I'm NOT about to 'serve the time' - he can hand it to its mother or drop it on the ground for all I care. It's HIS spermmistake, not mine.
 
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I held my nephew when he was a baby and did drop him a few times.  Although to be fair, the second time was an accident.
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I was always told it's not about how many times you dropped them, its all out what you dropped them on (or in). I THINK we get 'points', or something...
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Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

I was always told it's not about how many times you dropped them, its all out what you dropped them on (or in). I THINK we get 'points', or something...
 
If they bounce back to you, points are doubled!!!
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Originally posted by msmith msmith wrote:

Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

I was always told it's not about how many times you dropped them, its all out what you dropped them on (or in). I THINK we get 'points', or something...
 
If they bounce back to you, points are doubled!!!
CryNobody ever told me that! No wonder I lost so many matches!
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