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(LiveLeak) Video 15 seconds after birth, newborn baby succinctly comments about life   (liveleak.com ) divider line 20
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2012-04-24 02:59:27 PM  
6 votes:
Watching my son being born was certainly an experience. I told myself I wasn't going to watch but was too fascinated not to.

Seeing his head pop out and fluids eject from his nose and mouth as his body moves through the birth canal was quite a site. Then a few minutes later, as you're both staring in awe at this new life, you hear a loud *plunk* as the afterbirth is expelled into a pan.

Certainly gained a new respect toward women.

Well, time for lunch.
2012-04-24 04:23:56 PM  
4 votes:

Loaf's Tray: Gilligann: Watching my son being born was certainly an experience. I told myself I wasn't going to watch but was too fascinated not to.

Seeing his head pop out and fluids eject from his nose and mouth as his body moves through the birth canal was quite a site. Then a few minutes later, as you're both staring in awe at this new life, you hear a loud *plunk* as the afterbirth is expelled into a pan.

Certainly gained a new respect toward women.

Well, time for lunch.

Pics?


img.foodnetwork.com

/I'm thinking Arby's
2012-04-24 07:55:21 PM  
3 votes:

Incredulous: Pfffftt. I ain't impressed by some sly junior high school stunt.

When my youngest son was born, and the nurse handed him to me, I held him up to admire him --- and he pissed on me.


my daughter crapped rather extensively all over myself, my shirt, the recieving blanket, her brother... it was a really impressive quantity of poo for someone all of five minutes old.

/breastmilk
//goes right through em.
2012-04-24 06:34:53 PM  
2 votes:

Rhames: JustSeanV67: As a new Grandpa, I'm getting a kick out of this thread!

/James Douglas - 6lbs 15oz born April 20, 2012. Welcome to Fark, JD!

Happy Birthday new Hitler!


Or perhaps, new George Takei.
2012-04-24 04:24:10 PM  
2 votes:

JustSeanV67: As a new Grandpa, I'm getting a kick out of this thread!

/James Douglas - 6lbs 15oz born April 20, 2012. Welcome to Fark, JD!


If you truly love your newborn grandson, keep him away from fark. :-D
2012-04-24 02:09:50 PM  
2 votes:
The baby not only flips him off, but even does the "coy pretend it was a nose scratching" thing.
2012-04-24 01:40:05 PM  
2 votes:
"Day 1: Still tired from the move."
"Day 2: Everybody talks to me like I'm an idiot."

thank you, Steven
2012-04-25 06:18:38 PM  
1 vote:

HellRaisingHoosier: Are they normally so ... gross looking?


Actually, my theme is that all newborns look like Winston Churchill...

www.baby-pictures.org
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2012-04-25 10:09:15 AM  
1 vote:

HellRaisingHoosier: Are they normally so ... gross looking?


Yes, yes they are. My daughter is almost 3, and she's a sweet, funny and beautiful little girl. When she was born though, I thought my wife had just pushed out some troll/lizard child. Days later, when my daughter no longer looked like Rue McClanahan right after a boxing match, the wife and I both admitted we were disappointed at how fugly she was at first. We really thought there was a chance she'd stay that way for life.

It didn't help that the Doc had to use that vacuum cleaner attachment to suck her out of my wife. The kid had a head like the Ridley Scott's Alien. That went back to normal after a few weeks though. So yea, I think it's safe to say that when babies are born, they are shockingly horrendous, but not long after, they get pretty damn cute.
2012-04-25 07:39:15 AM  
1 vote:

cgraves67: No pain killers too.


She did all that with no painkillers? Be afraid...be very afraid.....
2012-04-25 01:14:26 AM  
1 vote:
lucky farkers, when i was born i got a spanking.
2012-04-24 11:27:55 PM  
1 vote:
The first thing my son did in his life was pee on a nurse. And I don't mean dribbling on her while being held. He was flat on his back and got her in the face.
2012-04-24 08:14:27 PM  
1 vote:

Incredulous: Pfffftt. I ain't impressed by some sly junior high school stunt.

When my youngest son was born, and the nurse handed him to me, I held him up to admire him --- and he pissed on me.


Mom? Is that you?
2012-04-24 06:53:27 PM  
1 vote:

Gilligann: was quite a site.


I've always thought the same.
2012-04-24 06:50:14 PM  
1 vote:
Pfffftt. I ain't impressed by some sly junior high school stunt.

When my youngest son was born, and the nurse handed him to me, I held him up to admire him --- and he pissed on me.
2012-04-24 05:39:33 PM  
1 vote:

JustSeanV67: As a new Grandpa, I'm getting a kick out of this thread!

/James Douglas - 6lbs 15oz born April 20, 2012. Welcome to Fark, JD!


Happy Birthday new Hitler!
2012-04-24 05:18:28 PM  
1 vote:

Gilligann: Watching my son being born was certainly an experience. I told myself I wasn't going to watch but was too fascinated not to.

Seeing his head pop out and fluids eject from his nose and mouth as his body moves through the birth canal was quite a site. Then a few minutes later, as you're both staring in awe at this new life, you hear a loud *plunk* as the afterbirth is expelled into a pan.

Certainly gained a new respect toward women.

Well, time for lunch.


Yes, placenta lasagna issues a siren's cry deniable by no one.
2012-04-24 04:46:59 PM  
1 vote:

mr lawson: Loaf's Tray: Gilligann: Watching my son being born was certainly an experience. I told myself I wasn't going to watch but was too fascinated not to.

Seeing his head pop out and fluids eject from his nose and mouth as his body moves through the birth canal was quite a site. Then a few minutes later, as you're both staring in awe at this new life, you hear a loud *plunk* as the afterbirth is expelled into a pan.

Certainly gained a new respect toward women.

Well, time for lunch.

Pics?

[img.foodnetwork.com image 616x462]

/I'm thinking Arby's


Dude, c'mon. Arby's never slices their Roast Beef-like product that thick.
2012-04-24 03:56:44 PM  
1 vote:

Gilligann: Watching my son being born was certainly an experience. I told myself I wasn't going to watch but was too fascinated not to.

Seeing his head pop out and fluids eject from his nose and mouth as his body moves through the birth canal was quite a site. Then a few minutes later, as you're both staring in awe at this new life, you hear a loud *plunk* as the afterbirth is expelled into a pan.

Certainly gained a new respect toward women.

Well, time for lunch.


Pics?
2012-04-24 01:28:45 PM  
1 vote:
I spy a nipple.
 
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