Pet Project

October 20th, 2016

Pet Project - Pets

“My cousin, sister, and I tried to recreate a photo from our childhood. Didn’t go as planned.”

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The Happiest Unicorn

October 19th, 2016

The Happiest Unicorn - Christmas

“It’s two hours before the big Christmas party and I just noticed a detail on my sweater.”

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Narcos

October 19th, 2016

Narcos - Couples

“My boyfriend found a school journal he wrote in grade 3.”

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The Everything Pizza

October 19th, 2016

The Everything Pizza - Kids

“Why 4-year-olds aren’t allowed to make pizza.”

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Banner Year

October 19th, 2016

Banner Year - Dad

“‘Dad, I graduated last month, don’t you think it’s time to take down the banner? Oh.'”

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Eye On The Ball

October 19th, 2016

Teaching your kids how to play sports gives them an opportunity for a lifetime of healthy activity. It can also give the Internet a laugh. When this father tried to teach his son how to hit a baseball off a tee, it was trickier than he expected.

You start with learning the batting stance. Looks good so far:

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The first swing. Solid contact:

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How far does the ball go? Not very, but not bad for a first timer!

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Let’s try that again. This time, keep your eye on the ball.

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Let’s see the next swing…oh, no.

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Technically he wasn’t wrong!

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“Why is everyone laughing, Mommy?”

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Don’t feel bad, kiddo! Hitting a baseball is one of the hardest things to do in sports.

Watch the full video here:

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Parenting Algebra

October 19th, 2016

Parenting Algebra - Kids

“Math question: Mom lives 9/10 of a mile from my brother’s house. If I give my daughter a box of tissues, and then drive from my Mom’s house to my brother’s house at 35 mph, how many tissues can my daughter pull out of the tissue box, if she can pull tissues out at a rate of, like, so many per minute.”

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