What’s the deal with these tiny pea brains? You see so many videos of the same thing — one minute they’re crying, as if the whole world isn’t only trying to love them and teach them words and give them food and shelter and put cute little clothes on their weird little bodies, and the next minute their parent sets up a video camera and plays them some sort of song from popular culture and all of the sudden everything is ok? All of a sudden they don’t want to cry anymore, and instead they want to eat their lunch-lunch? What’s the deal with that? Are babies all born as desperate wannabe YouTube stars? Does Andy Warhol tell them in baby pre-Earth that in the future, every baby will be internet famous for one to three minutes, and they are born knowing their duty? Do they just love “Gangnam Style,” something that I still refuse to understand or ever think about? Huh, babies? Huh, Benjamin? You ready to eat your lunch-lunch yet?

WHAT IS THE DEAL, BABY? (Via DailyPics.)

[PS: GAGNAMSTYLEBABY.COM.] [!!!!!!!!!!!!!]

Comments (14)
  1. I still haven’t seen this Gangnam style thing. I don’t even know what it is. When you miss the boat on watching a viral video in the first 24 hours, it’s usually best to just ride it out until the next one comes along. It won’t be a long wait.

  2. At our house Beyonce’s Countdown video stops tantrums instantaneously. I have no idea why it works but thank gods it does because triplet toddlers.

  3. 2 for the price of 1 at Walmart?

  4. F’ing babies, how do they work?

  5. Again, babies always look stoned or drunk to me. Mostly drunk when they try to walk, and mostly stoned when they try to talk or stare.

  6. Dad’s shoveling it in fast before the music stops. Go dad!

  7. I see one of two possible results from this as l’il Benjamin reaches adulthood. He’ll start drooling, Pavlov dog style, every time he hears this song for the rest of his life. Alternatively, he will be simply unable to eat unless this song is playing. He’ll be a horrible conversationalist on dinner dates, because he will require headphones playing this song before he eat/stop crying. This is just poor parenting.

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