The If Toddlers Texted tumblr spells out what our toddlers would say to their friends, family members, and favorite fictional characters. The poop emoji would have a whole different connotation in this context.
Adam McKay and Will Ferrell catapulted their entertainment website, Funny or Die, back in '07 with an unrivaled viral hit sketch, 'The Landlord.'
In a recent interview, McKay disclosed some details about how such a masterpiece originated.
McKay went on to say his toddler, Pearl, was in a phase where she'd repeat back anything said to her. We're talking as far as Public Enemy lyrics.
This inspired his idea for a little short with his guest Will Ferrell, and the rest speaks for itself.
Following her immediate success, toddler Pearl was on the edge of her big break. She was offered a guest spot on Ellen, a spread in People magazine, and even a little role in a Jackie Chan flick. Her parents turned down all offers on her behalf.
Nowadays, little ten-year-old Pearl's untouched by any of her earlier fame. Who would've thunk it?
Sweet mother of mercy.
A toddler is resting comfortably after having to go through a very harrowing experience. A violent car crash separated his first two vertebrae from his skull causing an extreme medical emergency.
The Sun reported it first:
Jackson Taylor, 16-months-old, was in the car with his mum and sister when they collided head on with another vehicle at around 70mph.
The force of the crash was so bad that Jackson's head pulled apart from his neck, in what's known as an internal decapitation.
Spinal surgeon Dr Geoff Askin said: "A lot of children wouldn't survive that injury in the first place, and if they did and they were resuscitated then they may never move or breathe again."
But after a gruelling six hour surgery, Dr Askin and his team of expert surgeons managed to reattach his vertebrae, using a tiny piece of wire and a piece of Jackson's rib to graft them back together.
Fortunately, the operation was a success and Taylor is recuperating nicely.
There's a nice video showing the happy baby, healing well.
One special boy got the most boring themed birthday party ever. It was all he wanted.
L'erin Dobra knew her son Grayson loves, loves, loves the Louisiana-based personal injury lawyer Morris Bart. You know the type. The lawyer that makes ubiquitous advertisements with some inane catch phrase in lieu of chasing ambulances.
Bart's is "One call, that's all."
So the thoughtful mother turned Grayson's second birthday into a Morris Bart-themed event.
The Wall Street Journal has more:
Maybe it has to do with the flashing lights and music featured in the spots, but Grayson can't stop watching his ads, said Ms. Dobra, a nurse from Prairieville, La.
"He's always been very drawn to Morris Bart commercials," she told Law Blog. "He used to watch ABC and color videos, and he used to love those. But now he wants to watch Morris Bart commercials." When they're not on TV, he watches them on YouTube.
...The star of the party didn't make an appearance. But after Ms. Dobra emailed his office about her idea, Mr. Bart sent her an autographed photo, Morris Bart key chains and a New Orleans Pelicans shirt displaying his logo on the back. The shirt was size extra-large. "He'll have that for a long time," Ms. Dobra said.
She thought of everything.
There was a Morris Bart cake:
There was a framed picture of the lawyer and even a cardboard cutout!
Of course the kid loved it. Kids love everything. Even personal injury lawyers.
What are we missing here, Grayson?