Nice try, but I ain’t buy in’ it. Not gonna have kids.
@Spadez7, the bad ever so slightly out weighs the good
@Spadez7, I want kids, problem is finding a woman that can help me raise them in this crazy world.
@Spadez7, at least spell " buyin' " it correctly
@Spadez7, it’s okay. I ain’t gonna have kids either.
At least someone can understand his dialect
@Cave Dweller, I laughed, I didn’t expect this comment
Wha... why would you make two of those things?
Aww. That’s so cute!
Where is the funny?
@Gattsu , I think it's in the fact that the kid can't even speak yet, but is able to form a conversation in his head and express what he's saying despite that. Without his translator there I'd have thought it was random noise, I'm so used to thinking in words, I have no idea how he can form concepts like that. Without words to express myself I'd have probably just say there and cried instead. I was always guessing what was wrong with my kids, but that kid will definitely be going places if society and upbringing don't wreck him.
@Ghijanti, Sure, but how is that funny? Cute to some people sure but I don't see how this is funny
@Gatsu As a parent, you find any moments like this to be funny, kids amaze you in such wonderful amusing ways. I had a similar experience with my own son, he couldn't talk yet but proved without a doubt he understood. I think it's just a thing that is funny to some and not all. A bit like Tyler's posts. Some you get, some you never will. There are lots of pics to look at here, and none can appeal to everyone's humour. For me it was one of those 'brought a smile to my face' pics. Showed it to my wife and it reminded us of our experiences. It's too hard to explain so better to leave this pic for others and swipe right, or perhaps someone more eloquent than me can explain. I definitely can't.
@Ghijanti, I messed up trying to reply, hope the @ tag reaches you Gattsu