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Posted By: vodka

Posted On: Jun 28, 2004
Views: 663
baby carriage

who would do that for only 100 dollarhs!


Posted By: dragonmaster

Posted On: Jun 28, 2004
Views: 660
RE: baby carriage

it's not going to hurt the kid. might be fun for both sides. If anything is said tell the parents that you were giving him/her a spungebob.


Posted By: Fluffybutt

Posted On: Jun 28, 2004
Views: 653
RE: baby carriage

That's the one I picked. It won't hurt anything. So the baby may get a little wet. Babies are wet in their diaper anyway. And drool all over themselves. So what if they get a little water on them?


Posted By: Syrgot

Posted On: Jun 28, 2004
Views: 620
RE: baby carriage

And besides, their memories don't formulate until they're three. If you can't remember it, then it never really happened.


Posted By: dragonmaster

Posted On: Jun 28, 2004
Views: 615
RE: baby carriage

i've heard that memories don't form till your three. i have memories of the stained glass at a church i went to. we stoped going to that church when i was 2. so it had to be before then. But thats just me, wierd


Posted By: Unknown Comic

Posted On: Jun 29, 2004
Views: 598
RE: baby carriage

It would teach the kid that sometimes life throws you a wet sponge. And if it does, make some lemona... er dirty bacteria infested sponge water.


Posted By: JIguy

Posted On: Jul 1, 2004
Views: 570
RE: baby carriage

This is the one I picked too. Nobody said it had to be a dirty sponge. I figured it was absolutely harmless.
I can't believe the number of people who would rather commit a federal crime (stealing mail) than sponge a baby.


Posted By: Syrgot

Posted On: Jul 3, 2004
Views: 550
RE: baby carriage

Memories don't fully formulate until you're three, but as they're developing we pick little things up. I have a few memories of being pre-three as well. Looking up at our ceiling (which at the time was 6'2" high) and thinking "Only giants can touch that."