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1. That foam giraffe.
That *i* passed in this joke for being too obvious. Think about that.
dis you consider doing that?
... as invented by Tom Selleck for use in the film Three Men and a Baby: https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/236x/c2/25/36/c22536118ada14f8ab4ac4bbb3c41e17.jpg
that were originally invented by Tom Selleck for use in the film Three Men and a Baby
actually both invented by Selleck for his character's use in the film.
So it's not just his moustache that marckee owes to Selleck's vision.
Knew the obvious ones (top hats, graffiti, heroin). The deleted scene where Tom Selleck's character plays 'field hockey' - apparently Selleck invented the sport just for the film, as he wanted a weinerish sport for his character to play and he felt all existing sports were a bit too cool.
Source: three middle class babies that I personally know. My niece has two of that same blanket.
Are that amount of money on a blanket
well, I would say. But grandparents or other relatives or friends love to spend big on stuff. I'd imagine every owner of that ridiculous blanket had it as a present and not directly because their parents wanted to spend that much.
But that's because my mum knitted one. If she hadn't I wouldn't be surprised to have one of those from her.
It's a wonder she isn't having to sell her house.
I want him to hurry up and start crawling so I can invest in a bear romper thing. Like this: https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/236x/50/0c/45/500c45074ca8ae2ea6b51e87ede6d9be.jpg
That's my one consent to silly spending and it's more for my own entertainment
*is that the distant sound of the hooves of _yes's high horse?*
It was a present
You'd be wrapping it in old newspapers
I don't think you can say by far when it is just one of the.
I fucking love those dinky wooden trains
They're all spoilt little shits anyway. You're not missing anything
from Ella's kitchen.
Experience of sleeping in a next2me
waitrose in a bit and pretty sure there is a sophie giraffe thing in the changing bag
how are things?
I got a new job and the company i work for seems real nice, and their client im consulting at, seems nice and i was totally overdresssed when i turned up in a suit/tie on thursday.....luckily we didnt have any meetings in their 'bean bag meeting room' :D
They have unlimited office fruit!!!!!!!! which is quite middle class....but a dead nice thing to do.
That sounds cool. Why the change?
I hope one day to work in an office that has bean bag chairs. Would genuinely enjoy that
And we have Ewan the dream sheep. And the three-wheeled pram.
£13.50 for a child over 2 and £12.50 for an adult (who can't really go on anything).
Fortunately I did not pay.
You left 90% of it there?
that one is pure marckee.
You probably need to apologise.
fuckloads of clothes and toys.
Like, we have barely bought anything for either of our children in terms of toys and clothes. But they get bought so much stuff by grandparents and uncles. It's kind-of embarrassing.
the lad worked in AN ACTUAL shoe factory.
an Amber teething bracelet (which, god knows how, actually does seem to work.)
Had a baby round yesterday with one of those on.
is it not a choking hazard?
makes a strong case for it not actually seeming to work at all.
"There are plenty of blogs and websites describing personal experiences of parents who have tried amber teething necklaces and have been convinced they are effective; others have the opposite opinion. Needless to say, such anecdotal evidence is worthless, and the examples described in the preceding links are likely to be cases of regression to the mean. In other words, in the natural course of things the teething pain eventually gets better. The only way of showing that these necklaces really work would be to conduct proper randomised controlled trials."
resemblance to winston churchill