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If Toddlers Could Review Their Parents’ Electronics On Amazon

If Toddlers Could Review Their Parents’ Electronics On Amazon - Photos

When you’re thinking about buying an electronic device, you can have as much information as you want, thanks to helpful strangers around the Internet who review them. But this piece from Dan Wilbur at someecards imagines what it would be like if the reviews were from a toddler’s perspective. Rather than evaluating a gadget’s technical specs or user-friendliness, the toddlers are interested in how much fun it is to bang on them like a drum. If you’re a parent who’s had a device destroyed by a fun-seeking kid, enjoy!
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In Photos • February 3rd, 2017 • Comments Off on If Toddlers Could Review Their Parents’ Electronics On Amazon

Anatomy Of A Harpooning

Anatomy Of A Harpooning - Photos

“Family BBQ. My uncle is trying to remove a harpoon, while I laugh my ass off.”

(via source)

In Uncles, Aunts, & Cousins • February 3rd, 2017 • Comments Off on Anatomy Of A Harpooning

10+ More Awful Library Books

10+ More Awful Library Books - Awkward Galleries

We’ve covered terrible books in this space before, the kind of tomes that leave you scratching your head and wondering how they ever got published. And…here’s some more! There are uncountable terrible books out there in the world, more than we could ever possibly cover, yet always able to surprise us in their awfulness. Once again we give props to our friends at Flashbak, for giving us a gallery full objectionable titles, questionable cover art, puzzling premises, and obsessed authors. Careful not to get any paper cuts.

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In Awkward Galleries • February 2nd, 2017 • 1 Comment »

Dad With Four Daughters Takes Twitter By Storm

Dad With Four Daughters Takes Twitter By Storm - Awkward Galleries

Being a parent is a tough job, but it helps to keep a sense of humor. That’s where James Breakwell comes in. The comedy writer and father of four is the author of the @XplodingUnicorns account. There, Breakwell chronicles the day-to-day difficulties of being a husband and father, often in the form of conversations he has with them. It’s pretty obvious right away that the wife and kids are just as funny as he is, but in the end, we all win.

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In Awkward Galleries • February 2nd, 2017 • Comments Off on Dad With Four Daughters Takes Twitter By Storm

10+ Cakes That Didn’t Bother Being Nice

10+ Cakes That Didn’t Bother Being Nice - Awkward Galleries

Sometimes the best way to show someone you care about them is by lovingly teasing them. And an even better way than that is to write those loving insults in icing on top of a cake. Here are 15 cakes that have no interest in being cheerful like all those other cakes out there. We’re pretty sure these cakes didn’t really offend their intended recipient, but hey, if they did, at least they got to cheer themselves up with cake.

In Awkward Galleries • February 2nd, 2017 • Comments Off on 10+ Cakes That Didn’t Bother Being Nice

Dad Hilariously Fails The Dress-Your-Baby-For-Daycare Test

Dad Hilariously Fails The Dress-Your-Baby-For-Daycare Test - Babies

Brooke Hawley-Hasso was in for a surprise when picking up her 7-month-old daughter Olivia from daycare–Olivia was wearing overalls with no shirt underneath. Apparently, her husband Jeremy was responsible for dressing Olivia that morning, and didn’t know a shirt was necessary.

Luckily, everyone had a sense of humor about the situation. “Another mom standing there was cracking up,” Brooke said. Brooke later shared her uncomfortable text exchange with her husband on Ellen DeGeneres’s Facebook page.

Don’t feel bad, Jeremy. We’ve all been there.

(via The Huffington Post

In Babies • February 2nd, 2017 • Comments Off on Dad Hilariously Fails The Dress-Your-Baby-For-Daycare Test

Ladies’ Kid

Ladies’ Kid - Kids

“Not sure why my wife didn’t like my wardrobe selection for my son’s school picture. In all honesty, I forgot it was school picture day.”

(via source)

In Kids • February 2nd, 2017 • Comments Off on Ladies’ Kid
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