In Jamie’s defense, the other side of her stomach has a tattoo of Hitler bending Krusty the Klown over a wrapped up present that says “Merry Christmas” on it.
The front of her stomach has launch codes for 3 different missile silos in the United States. Granted, you can only see them if you spritz her stomach with a fine mist of urine and lemon juice, but she didn’t want to take the chance.
BTW, You all complain when a pregnant woman puts a cigarette in her mouth… you complain when she puts it in her belly button. Where IS she allowed to put it? Have you ever tried to draw a legible nose directly above a vagina? It’s not easy!
I feel I’m REALLY missing something in the first and second pictures, and you’re all going to point out what and I’m gonna kick myself, and that’ll probably hurt. So I’m gonna predict what the lameness is supposed to be, UTTERLY missing the INCREDIBLY obvious point that’s staring me in the face.
She tagged her baby? That’s not that lame. I think that’s kinda sweet (shutup -_-).
Some kind of maths bollocks I can’t be bothered to work out like her predicted labour date being too late/early?
She’s naked? Eh.
Fuck it, I don’t even care.
I actually kinda guessed that was a pot leaf but refrained from putting it in case I showed up my complete and utter ignorance about drugs in general… and came off looking stupider
mcowles, the second one confuses me, because there’s so many different ways it can be taken. Who wrote it? Who was it written to? Who are the kids? First time I read it I figured one of the kids was the recipient, and the writer was the mom, and it was just a little joke. But it could be anything.
Fake tattoo on the baby’s head? Is that not a bandaid?
I still think the 2nd one was a photo from mother to her daughter, reminding her daughter that she has two babies at home that need a safe and healthy mother and to not drink and drive or fall off a wall, while drunk, or anything like that.
The crib looks at some distance from the wall, so I guessed it could not have been the plaster. Plus, if the mother was barely 20 when she gave birth to that poor thing, I can imagine her saying, “Oooo, look how cute he looks with this speed racer tattoo and everything on his forehead”
@mc: Or it could be a joint note from her two exes who fathered the children.
#2 the first thought through my head was that the father sent the kids over to the mom on her 21st birthday to try and spoil it for her so she can’t (shouldn’t) drink excessively because of more important responsibilities, and he hates the chick. I would laugh more if it were that.
The last one is just funny – no babies were harmed in the making of that picture. It’s a slightly trashier version of painting up the tummy as a pumpkin for Halloween.
Jamie, the pot leaf chick is just a disgusting mess, and that is fat sticking out front, not baby. Baby doesn’t FLOP over your waist band.
I’m all for tattoos, and could give a hoot about people smoking out, but a pot leaf on the side (that is only just begun, which suggests this was *gasp!* a “surprise” pregnancy), just doesn’t scream mom of the year.
1. Nothing wrong with it. But I can see why the uptight losers here get so upset over it. “A pot leaf, omgz!A mom with a tattoo that is not a butterfly? That is wrong!”
2. Everyone who was celebrating the 21st birthday got drunk and had a parent telling them not to do it much. besides of course some of the uptight losers here, they just had orange juice on their birthday
3. It is funny. Some morons just don’t see the difference between having a lit up cigarette in the mouth and this
The brightly coloured band-aid on the forehead is funny. Actually band-aids of any colour on the forehead are amusing to me. A kid can get away with it because, well, it’s a kid, but the loser meter goes off the charts when an adult is wearing one.
Call me mean, but when some guy is talking to you, and he has a big band-aid in the middle of his forehead, it kind of kills the mood.
@IVB I have dabbled in pot smoking and have many respectable friends and associates who have done a lot more than dabble in it. That being said, my problem with #1 is not the fact that she has a “tattoo that is not a butterfly”, it is the sheer magnitude of trashiness manifest in a human’s brain that would ever, ever think “YES! ENORMOUS WEED TATTOO ON MY SIDE!! THIS IS A GOOD IDEA!!”
Also, yeah, WOW, gut alert. Although every woman carries differently, a 17-week-old fetus is generally around 5 inches long top to bottom. Meaning you are looking a little chunky, but should not be cradling a bulbous belly and pretending it’s a baby. That’s a gut. Which is all well and good, but why all the shirtless “prego” shots from gut-tacular women? It’s a shame.
All three of these women are an embarrassment to motherhood and womankind in general.
@seledoux: Not necessarily, with my first I’d agree with you, but a woman’s body knows what to do with the second and at 14wks I was ready to flatten the next person who mentioned “not long to go now!” to me lol. I wasn’t huge either; 52kg before both of my babies and I never made it over 70 even at the later stages. And as far as “cradling a bulbous belly and pretending it’s a baby. That’s a gut.” goes, that’s a touch harsh isn’t it? Gut or not, if a woman’s pregnant she’s pregnant. It doesn’t require speech marks.
“a woman’s body” doesn’t always “know what to do”. Many women use pregnancy as an excuse to eat whatever the hell they want & gain 50 pounds. Gaining 50lbs for an 8lb baby is ridiculous. And how much you wanna bet stoner mama up there is fat off of cheetos and jalapeno poppers because man… they’re just so good… and my mouth is dry, let’s go to 711 and grab a slurpee… and a hot dog… or 3…and some doritos, omg i love doritos… and lookit this king size snickers omg it’s cute!!! isn’t that funny? it’s huge!…you know what’s good with snickers? orange juice, i’ma get some orange juice too…