Baby In A Bag

November 23rd, 2011

And there’s still room for the laundry.

(submitted by Bailey)

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48 Responses to “Baby In A Bag”

  1. brad says:

    The original box it came in was ripped. The manufacturer said this was the only other way they would accept the return .

  2. jaylowlita says:

    I told you Tommy not to crawl across the neighbors lawn

  3. Rebecca says:

    Very mean to do to a baby.

    • Jonny says:

      Yeah, because that baby is having such a hard time that… it’s peacefully sleeping!

      …Lighten up!

      • Tiffany says:

        That baby does NOT look like it’s peacefully sleeping!! Its hands are up like it’s trying to grasp at something and it looks like it’s crying.

        • Charming Canuck says:

          FYI how do you think babies are sleeping enutero? Especially the last month? It’s not like the baby is in a plastic bag suffocating. Other than this being a fauxtographer and this being an epic fail of a baby pic the baby itself is probably just fine.

          Some people…

    • Elaine says:

      lol, that’s not “very mean to do to a baby” That baby is just fine….likely no lasting psychological issues ;)

  4. Dee says:

    You should have used a baby hamick wrap, so you see the little feet and the head and face of the baby…

  5. Daxel says:

    What did you do with all of my soccer balls?

  6. Adam says:

    Ashes to ashes, Sack to Sack

  7. Kelly says:

    The new “Redneck Baby Hammock”……Available at Wal*Mart and Target…..

  8. Cee says:

    Someone PAID for this photo???

  9. rick says:

    And the stork was miffed that they left him out of this picture.

  10. khan says:

    Looks like a bird feeder for a large bird.

  11. Tim S says:

    It’s a good thing the baby was small, because passing that placenta was AGONY!

  12. Louise says:

    I find that is the easiest way to cook it!

  13. Inkcap says:

    This must be from the Sackville-Baggins family photo album.

  14. Alan says:

    And the girl shall be called …..’Annette’….which is French for ‘a net’

  15. This is why I do not buy generic brand babies.

  16. Ewtyruss: The new baby crib from IKEA.

  17. CB says:

    “Artistic” new baby photo FAIL.

  18. Abby says:

    In Papua New Guinea (where I used to live) and other islands in the South Pacific babies are carried in net bags called “bilums.” Mothers can carry their babies “hands free.” The bags are usually very colorful and artistic. At any rate, this photo reminded me of “bilums.” I agree with the previous commenter that said this might’ve been an attempt to be artistic. Instead it looks like the baby is being dropped off at the laundromat.

  19. VFlower says:

    Lol, this is like an Anne Geddes-style baby portrait, FAIL!

  20. Bailey says:

    Lol this was in a family portrait album that a “photographer” took. Oh trust me… They get better.

  21. Beth says:

    “Time out” bag?

  22. Amelia says:

    I’m sure this was intended to be artistic, but….. it just looks like a Baby in a Bag.

  23. Jughead says:

    Went fishing for tuna, and…what the???

  24. senora_jennifer says:

    What the…? Huh? I mean….

  25. Terri says:

    Anne Geddes this is NOT!!!

  26. lovemypita says:

    I’m guessing that it was supposed to be a stork type thing?

    • eeyore19 says:

      That’s my guess, too. They wanted a photo of the “new bundle of joy” done in an Anne Geddes style, and this was the result.

  27. StaceyCooper says:

    For his 21st birthday, his parents made the bag into a shirt and gave it as a momento.

  28. Mol Wol says:

    O. M. G. What the heck am I looking at? This has got to be the weirdest thing I’ve ever seen. Is it a laundry bag? Dish bag (flashback to Girl Scouts)? Lingerie bag? And what is the significance of it, there HAS to be a reason because it’s too weird to be random.

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