That’s why they call it “miracle” whip.
(submitted by Stacy)
Hey, I have one of those same couches.
amazingly I have that couch as well
Does anyone else notice the toothpaste next to the Miracle Whip?
I think it’s Desitin… that soul make sense anyways. lol
“Why don’t you try Miracle Whip instead of just about anything else you’re used to using…” That jingle has an entirely new meaning to me now.
Timmy always declined Nana’s peanut butter sandwiches
mixing A & D ointment with Vaseline is the most effective diaper rash cure there is. Perhaps granny ran out of vaseline and substituted Miracle whip instead?? I hate the smell of miracle whip so the mixture of all the smells in this scene would drive me to cover my face also! They were prepared though, that’s a surgical type mouth/nose mask not an impromptu usage of a cowboy hankie!
There is a lot going on in this one.
A quick Google search says Miracle Whip is an excellent diaper rash cream. Not so good on sandwiches, though.
The baby looks happy, and there is no sign of diaper rash, so I guess Grandma knows what she’s doing. It appears that the rash cream is in a tube next to the mayo.
Good Catch MFS…I didn’t see that tube of A & D ointment at first! Re the Mayo: Talk about things being in the wrong place at the wrong time!. I guess you could say the little boy had a mask on his face cuz he had a potty mouth!
I think granny got a bit confused
And the mayo goes back in the fridge?!
That’s priceless! Well done!
The young chap with the mask enduring a lesson in alternative uses for Miracle Whip…
The little boy has the right idea covering his mouth and nose with a disposable mask. Some of what is found in a baby’s diaper smells indescribably bad
WOW…she spreading miracle whip on the butt?
My first thought was “Miracle Wipe”…
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