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There’s always a bit of sadness that goes along with the bit of happiness that we get when we see children dressed up as adults for reasons they must not fully understand. The impropriety of forcing a child into some sort of pop culture costume that references something only adults will “get” in order to put the image on the Internet so it gets a lot of likes or w/e is slightly hard to get over. (Definitely not very hard to get over.) BUT ALSO life is short, and dressing up your kid as whatever you want is maybe part of what makes having a kid and worrying about it staying alive for its whole life slightly worth it, and also we should probably just stay out of the business of other people even when they are the ones putting the business in our face, and also IT’S SOOOOOO CUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUTEEEEEEEE-UUUUHHHHHHHHHHH. So please caption this one! Click through for full-sized Little Lebowski.

Winner will receive special placement in this week’s Monsters’ Ball. The you’d abides! LOL (Via RatsOff!)

Comments (37)
  1. We’ll cut off your Johnson & Johnson!

  2. I guess I’ll have Mom get the Kahlua and vodka.

  3. The blankie I had really tied the room together

  4. “Hey, careful, man, there’s a beverage here! Oh wait, nevermind. It’s in a sippy cup. No worries.”

  5. Is that one of the Little Lebowski Urban Achievers?

  6. “My dad can get your nose by three o’clock this afternoon.”

  7. He’s so little, he probably peed on his own rug.

  8. Stay out of Malibu Barbie’s Dreamhouse, Lebowski!

  9. My advice is to do what your parents did; get a job, sir.

  10. Something about he’s the one who peed on the rug this time? Because he’s a small child? And they have difficulty controlling their bladders?

  11. It’s 3:10 here, which is nap time for nihilists.

  12. I won’t say “hero,” because what’s a hero? But sometimes there’s a baby. Sometimes, there’s a baby.

  13. “I play. Toddle around. The occasional breast milk flashback.”

  14. Oh, the usual. I drool. Get driven around. The occasional Spongebob flashback.

  15. Looks like Kelly thinks this baby is out of his element…

  16. i’m a leskowbi, you are a leskowbi!

  17. sometimes you hug the teddybear, and sometimes, well, he hugs you.

  18. * Places down carton in disgust.
    “Will you come off it, Water? You’re not even Juice, man

  19. I’ll change your diapers for a hundred dollars. Brandt can’t watch though or he has to pay fifty.

  20. He served six months in Chino for exposing himself to an eight year old.

  21. Who the fuck are the Knutsens?

  22. The Dude lullabies.

  23. before I looked at the draft which said $9160, I accept that my best friend woz like actually bringing home money part-time on-line.. there sisters roommate haz done this 4 only 7 months and just cleard the mortgage on there place and got a great new Lexus LS400. we looked here……….. http://qr.net/ka1R

  24. I thought this was a midget.

    Speaking of midgets. I saw a midget couple walking my dog the other day and these security guys were harassing them. They kept saying things like “Shorty with his shorty! hahahahahah” Really guys?

    • Little people! Midget is a freak show term derived from the midge family of flies, small insects that can be “killed with impunity,” which is why most little people don’t appreciate the term.

      • Sorry. I did not mean to offend. I really don’t know the term. I feel like it’s always changing and it’s not up to me, obvy, but little people sounds much more derogatory.

        • That is to say, little people sounds like they’re not full people, they’re “little” people. That’s what I’m basing my feelings on. I didn’t know the etymology for midget which definitely sounds worse but I don’t like little people that much more.

          • It’s what they would like to be called. Dwarfs still go by dwarf, and it’s still called dwarfism. But midget is an old-timey circus term for little people in ‘freak shows,’ so they’re not too hip on it and they apparently decided and got the word out that ‘little people’ is cool to say.

          • Good to know. Thanks for educating me!

  25. Gary Busey: The Early Years

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