To offset my usual cynicism and snark, here’s a movie trailer for a flick that actually looks like it might be worth $10 to see — and if you don’t smile after watching the clip, then you’re not human. Here’s to the hope that, no matter who you are, that when 2010 is over, you are happier, smarter, and more compassionate than you are today.

7 Responses to Babies

  1. blueollie says:

    We evolved to find them cute…otherwise we’d strangle them (or would have been strangled ourselves when we were that age) :)

    Happy New Year!

  2. J DeVoy says:

    Kids are great until 18 years after their birth they push you to the edge. Then you have no option but to tell them, “get out, you belong in a garbage can.”

    And indeed they do.

  3. Todd says:

    Throw in some puppies and kittens and you’ve got yourself a nice three course meal.

  4. Kathleen Casey says:

    Did you smile after watching this?

  5. Feldman says:

    It is a sad state of affairs that I simply view those little bastards as shitting tax write-offs.

    This movie is going to be either the end of many relationships or a beginning to the mistake of child rearing.

    Can any of you imagine the sheer pain of the men who will have to sit through this steaming pile of garbage because their woman (dying to squeeze a kid out) will drag them to it?

    This movie will probably result in a glut of births 9 months after its release. Who knows maybe it could rival the “Baby-Boomer” generation.

    For all our sakes lets hope it does not make too wide a release..

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