This is a very nice and soothing nursery that any infant would love to have as its new post-womb home, obviously, and maybe even fitting because maybe it’s like the plane was the womb and then the island was life?, and when the plane crashed that’s when everyone was born?, and everything they remembered from before the crash were things their plane parents talked about while they were in the plane womb? Right? That is a good theory, but we’ll never know if it’s right, unfortunately. But one thing that we will be able to know for sure is what is your caption for this nursery?! All I have is “smoke monster, smoke monster, wherever you may be take this child of mine far away from me!” And that is just a fumbled Labyrinth quote referencing the only thing I know about Lost, so do NOT look to me for any help.

Winner will receive special placement in this week’s Monsters Ball and the ability to build their child’s nursery into whatever scary nightmare they wish. (Via Buzzfeed.)

Comments (55)
  1. Baby Aaron’s going to grow up just fine.

  2. not pictured: baby Ben

  3. But which one gets the crib?

  4. “Our baby was 7 years overdue”

  5. We have to go back (to the womb?)

  6. I like this alternate ending better, where, instead of being dead they all become babies and are raised in the same nursery!

  7. This is pretty good, but there’s not enough skeletons and C4.

  8. the only things the baby will be allowed to eat are MacCutcheon Whisky and imaginary peanut butter.

  9. This nursery contains an insufficient amount of Nickelback lyrics.

  10. The question isn’t “Why don’t you caption it,” it’s “WHEN don’t you caption it.”

    • The baby’s first year is pretty neat because you’re getting to know it. The second year is still kinda neat, but you’re starting to sense that it’s becoming a self eating whole of mumbo jumbo nonsense. The third year starts out confirming those senses, but then becomes pretty good again. The fourth year is just straight up good. The fifth year has some problems but not where you’d suspect weirdly because it has a pretty good idea of some pretty heady concepts like time travel. And the sixth year is just a mess, and you’re pretty glad when it’s over because that means that it’s finally over.

  11. WAAALT!

  12. Unsubscribe

  13. i’mma get back my son.

  14. That kid’s really gonna go down hill after year 3

  15. Needs more Vincent.

  16. Pooping is my constant.

  17. “WE HAVE TO GO BACK (into the womb)!!” — babies (because society is crumbling).

  18. “Ohhh. I get it. That’s clever. Thanks, Mom and Dad!” —That baby

  19. Good. Courtney Stodden and her Dharma-initiative husband are finally expecting.

  20. The baby is in purgatory!!! Ahh! The whole family is dead!!!!

  21. WALL ART! WALLL ARRRT!!

  22. When is the baby?

  23. “My Prisoner-themed nursery is way more interesting.” – some lady on Mommyish

  24. We have to go WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH-ck!

  25. “It’s because, child, in life none of your biggest questions are answered either!”

  26. It’s great, but the kid has to enter a sequence of numbers on his Speak and Spell every 108 minutes to keep it from imploding.

  27. NOT PENNY’S BINKY

  28. “Mom, where ARE we?”

  29. The baby’s first year is pretty neat because you’re getting to know it. The second year is still kinda neat, but you’re starting to sense that it’s becoming a self eating whole of mumbo jumbo nonsense. The third year starts out confirming those senses, but then becomes pretty good again. The fourth year is just straight up good. The fifth year has some problems but not where you’d suspect weirdly because it has a pretty good idea of some pretty heady concepts like time travel. And the sixth year is just a mess, and you’re pretty glad when it’s over because that means that it’s finally over.

  30. Live Together, Cry Alone

  31. that may be cool when you’re 4, but not when you’re 8, 15, 16, 23 or 42

  32. Two diapers: One is dry, one is wet.

  33. See you in another life, brother, because I have no concept of object permanence.

  34. So I guess this means I’m out of the womb club.

  35. You don’t want to know what they had to do to get that baby out of the snhatch

  36. 4 8 15 16 23 Number Two

  37. “WE HAVE TO GO BACK…TO IKEA!”

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