The Cooler

June 24th, 2009

The Cooler - Babies

A literal interpretation of “hose-down.”

(submitted by Brynn)

61 Responses to “The Cooler”

  1. Bruce says:

    Maybe the kid was told to “water the tree” & just misunderstood “which tree”?

  2. Bruce says:

    Are we sure that’s a hose? No wonder the baby’s crying!

  3. Monika says:

    Johnny’s getting to be a big boy!

  4. JerseyPam says:

    It’s hilarious that everyone thinks the hose holder is a boy. How much more awkward if Brynn updates mom is holding the hose?

  5. Brynn says:

    UPDATE- i found out this is in fact, my mom. yup.

  6. Pamela says:

    Oh..what lengths brother would go to to amuse baby sister…

  7. Anne says:

    You know the guy in the background watering his lawn is trying to decide if he could get away with doing the same thing.

  8. SammyD says:

    Does anyone else think that baby in the background is enormous to be wearing diapers and a bonnet like that?

  9. MST says:

    I love how it looks like the baby is holding on to the hose.
    Hey, I just had a thought… maybe the other end of the hose runs all the way into the house, up the stairs and into the toilet? The kid is a genius and never has to stop playing outside to use the bathroom!

    • CRU says:

      I think it wraps around the street down to the guy watering his grass on corner. That grass will be dead in a day or two. Still yes the kid is a genius never has to stop playing.

  10. Moolissa says:

    Nothing like a cool whirlpool party in you pants!

  11. DD says:

    Now your parents was SOOOOO impressed with the size of your bladder, that during the last ‘dry spell’ they hooked YOU up to the hose to water the yard!…..

  12. Richard Davies says:

    “Now Mum with never know I peed myself”

  13. Chazlette says:

    Even as a young child, Dick Cheney would threaten others to “Get Off My Lawn!!”

  14. Fo shizzle says:

    Much better than the traditional lawn jockey!

  15. Samael says:

    whats the big deal
    i am doing this till today.

  16. Tim says:

    Hey…sometimes you just gotta do what you gotta do on a hot day!

    Little sister in the background, meanwhile, appears to b be a little jealous…

  17. Jeni says:

    Garden hose? Not awkward. Vacuum hose? Awkward.

  18. Lori says:

    whoa, gotta cool off, baby!

  19. Great way to cool down on a hot day! LOL

  20. Don says:

    Percival snickered to himself and smiled. Silly parents.The water faucet wasn’t even turned on!

  21. Mark says:

    And you know he still drank from it afterward.

  22. Faye Travis says:

    This photo would be awkward if the young man were a good four decades older. It’s cute when your 4, creepy at 40.

  23. Joanne says:

    Now if Mom says I wet my pants-I’ll say it was the hose! Good thinking little guy!!!! Love the vintage nature of this picture-car in the back, man watering the lawn, baby in a bonnet!

  24. Cloud says:

    They haven’t hooked up the sprinklers? Well, time to take matters into my own pants.

  25. jl says:

    check out that awesome a** baby sitting there. i wish i had a hat like that,

  26. Fleabitten says:

    Is that a hose in your pants or are you just glad to see me?

  27. Maya B says:

    “Scuse me while I whip something out…”

  28. Susan says:

    LOL, Senor Citizen!!

  29. Señor_Citizen says:

    OK, my other comment got 86’d…too risque’? That said, I’d like everyone to know that even to this day I often like to go out on my front lawn and stick a hose down my diaper. Which is a little awkward itself, because I’m a 56-year old man.

  30. IAmNoOne says:

    Young Neo enters the Matrix.

  31. D says:

    Cute! Too Cute.

  32. letsroll says:

    the tree and it’s stake look like a compound bow.

  33. Melba says:

    What a cool idea! –
    Put on rubber pants and water the lawn!

  34. Jenany says:

    That is an awesome “vintage” awkward pic … wish I could see the baby girl’s face better — loving the bonnet.

  35. Melly Jelly Bean says:

    awww so cute! very smart baby 🙂

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