Category:
Babies and Toddlers

Gabby:  All’s Well



Was Gabby a mentally deficient buttinski, or just a plain pervert? You decide!

Posted By: Paul - Wed Mar 30, 2011 - Comments (2)
Category: Babies and Toddlers, Cartoons, 1940s

Poulet a la Baby Poop

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"Yes, Mr. Dithers, we did happen to clean the chicken in the same sink where Junior had his bath. Why do you ask? What do you mean, Dagwood won't be getting that raise?!?"

Alternate interpretation: "Cannibals? Us?"

For the full story, visit here.

Posted By: Paul - Fri May 07, 2010 - Comments (3)
Category: Food, Magazines, Babies and Toddlers, 1950s

Every Child

Posted By: Paul - Thu Apr 01, 2010 - Comments (2)
Category: Babies and Toddlers, Cartoons, 1970s

Death Wish

Police in North Vernon, Indiana say it is obvious this man had a death wish. That may not be so uncommon for men his age and perhaps in his profession, but he accomplished it in a very disturbing fashion. I've followed the events in The North Vernon Plain Dealer & Sun, but I do find it somewhat unnerving that the story is making the rounds through many newspapers in central and southern Indiana, as I fear widespread dissemination of the story may open the door to copycats.
UPDATE: Meth, unsuprisingly, played a role. Greensburg Daily News

Unrelated bonus mugshot from the same paper of Nikkiah C. Weddle, a loving mother, that just appears slothful. I feel that her having smoked marijuana three weeks earlier will play a heavy role in her defense, since we've all smoked a joint that we took almost a full month to recover from.

Posted By: qualityleashdog - Thu Mar 04, 2010 - Comments (5)
Category: Accidents, Crime, Death, Obituaries, Drugs, Inebriation and Intoxicants, Stupidity, Babies and Toddlers, Your Daily Jury Duty, Cars

Wheelie Bin Stickers

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I'm very confused. A dead baby is found in a recycling center. That's happened before. But then the authorities issue "wheelie bin stickers" as a response. Did they look like this?

Posted By: Paul - Wed Oct 21, 2009 - Comments (6)
Category: Death, Babies and Toddlers, Foreign Customs, Europe

Wanted:  Fernando Botero Model!

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You might have been following this recent case of a stolen baby. I suggest the police interrogate famous Colombian artist Botero. Surely the suspect has previously modeled for Botero at some point.

Posted By: Paul - Sat Oct 03, 2009 - Comments (3)
Category: Art, Crime, Babies and Toddlers, South America

Stranger Slaps Toddler

In a Walmart in Stone Mountain, Georgia a complete stranger goes up to the mother of a crying toddler and said, "If you don't shut the baby up, I will shut her up for you." Usually this is an empty threat made out of annoyance, but this time the threat was real. The man, 61 year old Roger Stephens, ended up slapping the little girl in the face several times. The man was later arrested for "first-degree cruelty to children", but not before telling the mother "See, I told you I would shut her up." The man later apologized, but I think that the damage has already been done. CNN

Posted By: mdb777 - Thu Sep 03, 2009 - Comments (10)
Category: Crime, Stupidity, Violence, Babies and Toddlers

Your Daily Loser, In Couple Form and Another Animal Found Where It Didn’t Belong

Things sure have changed since I was a kid and fast food worker (about ten years ago). Back then the fast food workers would've been high and hoping the customers didn't notice, but last Friday it was an Arby's employee calling to report a drive-thru customer indulging with his girlfriend and one-year-old in the car. The boyfriend is free on bond after charges of neglect of a dependent and possession of marijuana were filed against him. The Indy Star

And from Rensselaer, Indiana comes a report of a 17 and 14-year-old who finally slaughtered a 150 pound, 6 foot long, alligator with a shotgun after their frog spears failed to do the trick. And no, they will not face criminal charges since alligators are not considered a game species in Indiana. The Indy Channel

Posted By: qualityleashdog - Tue Jul 14, 2009 - Comments (12)
Category: Animals, Stupid Criminals, Babies and Toddlers, Your Daily Loser

Man Babies

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Did you ever want to know what it would look like if a man and a baby were to switch heads? Now you can see what it would look like and order the shirt to show everyone else. Man Babies

Posted By: mdb777 - Wed Jun 24, 2009 - Comments (2)
Category: Body, Surrealism, Babies and Toddlers

Get Your Hot and Fresh Cow Embryos Right Here!


I'm sure there's a reason for this service and people who know about breeding cows can probably tell us. In the meantime, we're left to wonder why the internet needs a cow embryo directory. If the advertisement on the left side of the directory page is accurate, you can buy one for a mere $175.00. But I assume you would need something to keep it in...

Posted By: Nethie - Thu May 07, 2009 - Comments (6)
Category: Animals, Science, Babies and Toddlers

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