The Long Travels of La Corriveau’s Cage

Marie-Josephte Corriveau became a legend in Quebec. She was executed for murdering her husband in 1763, and the tales grew from there. She was a witch. She was descended from a long line of poisoners. She killed seven husbands. The stories took on a folk tale quality, but there was a real Marie-Josephte, and she became famous due to the horrific way her dead body was publicly displayed, as a warning to citizens in the young nation that was then called New France.   

They sentenced Marie not only to hang, but for her body to be gruesomely displayed in a metal gibbet as a warning. She was hanged in April of 1763, and her body was placed on public display for about five weeks in nearby Pointe Lévis.

“They wanted to give an advertisement to the population with this hanging in the cage,” says Toupin. “It was unusual because this tradition didn’t exist anymore in France, but the British still used it, so it was a new thing for us, and for us an important political symbol. It’s still in our memory, because what they did was unfair.” Corriveau’s extreme sentence, both shocking and cruel, cemented her story in the local history and culture.

Eventually Corriveau’s body, metal gibbet and all, were taken down and buried in an unmarked grave in a Pointe-Lévis churchyard. And for almost 100 years, that’s where she stayed, her story slowly taking on mythic dimensions.

Only the gibbet, a metal body enclosure, remained when Corriveau’s grave was found by accident in 1851. The artifact traveled more than Corriveau ever did. Read the story of Marie-Josephte Corriveau at Atlas Obscura.


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108 Years of Repaving

The Indianapolis Motor Speedway opened in 1909 as the largest sports arena in the world. It earned the named "the Brickyard" because the race track was paved with bricks. But it's asphalt now, and the road surface has been resurfaced and improved many times over the years. What you see here is a core sample taken at the track, two feet high and full of history. IMS president J. Douglas Boles posted this picture at Twitter. Speedway historians used the core to make a graphic explaining the various layers and the work that went into resurfacing the track over the years, which you can see at Jalopnik.


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Sweet Christmas! - Luke's Got A Little Present For Ya...


"Sweet Christmas!" by Geoffrey Gwin

Have you been introduced to Harlem's neighborhood hero Luke Cage yet? If not then you're probably not aware that his skin is bulletproof, his muscles allow him to lift tons with ease or that his favorite catchphrase is "sweet Christmas", but that's not all there is to the man. He's also a lover, a good friend to his partner Iron Fist and he used to be quite the fashion plate in his blousy butterfly collared shirt and shiny metal bracelets and headband. And once you meet the man, the myth, the legend you'll be looking to move to Harlem for the sake of personal safety!

Show the world Luke Cage has got your back by wearing this "Sweet Christmas!" t-shirt by Geoffrey Gwin, featuring a bold and powerful design that's sure to get you mad props wherever you go!

Visit Geoffrey Gwin's Facebook fan page and official website, then head on over to his NeatoShop for more mighty geeky designs:

Tiger Pride two "Behold your Guardians!" Dojo DJ Mary Poppins

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Thor Sings "Not Worthy"

Thor, the god of thunder, is back in theaters this weekend with Thor: Ragnarok. You know what that means- it's hammer time! Listen to him sing the song "Not Worthy," a parody of MC Hammer's "U Can't Touch This." And it works. Stay away from that hammer if you are not worthy.

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Listen to the rhymes of this clever edit of the Thor and Avengers movies, set to a tune you know and love. James Covenant made the video for How It Should Have Ended. -via Geeks Are Sexy


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Children's Books No One Reads Now

Children's books seem like timeless tales to the kids who love them, and yet parents find there's a whole new batch of tales being told by the time they have kids, the old stories left by the wayside.

When I was a kid Richard Scarry, Dr. Seuss and the Berenstein Bears were all the rage, and an old classic called Raggedy Ann was enjoying a revival thanks to the animated features released in the late 70s.

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Nowadays most kids have never heard of the Raggedy Ann stories created by Johnny Gruelle, and people will call someone a "goody two-shoes" without realizing the name comes from a story published by John Newbery in 1765.

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And even though there are a dozen or more imitators out there today the original sensory exploration book The Touch Me Book by Pat and Eve Witte has been placed on some faraway bookshelf time forgot.

See 15 Children's Books No One Reads Now at Mental Floss

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The Day Deteriorates

Poor Bradley. He gets his hopes up, only for them to be dashed, and by the end of the day his evening is ruined. Maybe you need something to cleanse your mind after reading this. Aren't you glad we saw this story unfold from the remote end? And aren't you glad it isn't you dealing with this? And aren't you glad it's Friday? This is the latest comic from Megacynics.


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Russian Photographer Captures Images Of A Young Ballerina Dancing With Her Dogs

Most dogs don't dance unless they're dancing for some food, and those dogs who actually enjoy dancing with their human can do little more than raise up on their hind legs and do the Bunny Hop without a little help from their humans.

But the dogs captured by Russian photographer Andrey Seliverstov really like to kick up their heels and dance with their darling nine-year-old owner Maria Palkina, and she's even teaching them how to do ballet.

Maria's dogs don't look like they'll be joining the Bolshi Ballet anytime soon, but they do look like they're genuinely enjoying the experience of dancing with their little ballerina buddy.

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Cougar vs. Skunk

Who's the king of the forest? It's not the cowardly mountain lion! But in this case, you really can't blame the cougar for running away. The curious cat met up with the one critter that will repel even the most ferocious predator- a skunk! And the cougar quickly learns that discretion is the better part of valor. In other words, pick your battles, but don't pick one with a skunk.

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The badass skunk, who knows his strengths, chases the cougar off not once, not twice, but over and over again. Greg Shyba caught this little drama playing out on a road near Calgary. -via Digg


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Update Your Wardrobe This Fall With A Geeky New Shirt From The NeatoShop

Costumed Alien Fella vs. Inter-Dimensional Mystical Imp! by Bill Alger

Nothing makes you feel fresh and shiny like a new shirt, and whether you're looking for some comfy long or short sleeved tees, a toasty yet stylish hoodie, or some cool kids clothes the NeatoShop's got you covered.

And now through November 8th the NeatoShop is having a FREE SHIPPING SALE, meaning every t-shirt you buy comes with FREE WORLDWIDE SHIPPING!

There's something about the crisp, fall air that makes us hungry for new clothes

Attack of the Killer Pumpkin by Vincent Trinidad

So it's the perfect time to feed our hunger and grab a stack of sweet new shirts

Sweet Truth by AnishaCreations

And since all NeatoShop t-shirts come with free worldwide shipping until November 8 you can buy a bunch and give zero fox!

Go Fox Yourself by Harebrained Design

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Joker Delivers Baby on Halloween

You thought the Joker was disguised as a nurse, but for Halloween, he was an obstetrician! Brittany Selph and her husband Justin went to the hospital in Paris, Tennessee, on Halloween because Brittany was in labor. Her doctor, Paul Locus, was dressed as the Joker and left for a while to hand out Halloween candy. He was still in costume when he returned to the hospital in time to deliver their little girl Oaklyn at 8:20 that evening.

"When [Locus] came in our room the following morning, in normal doctor attire, he said, 'Sorry I couldn't make it in last night, glad to see the delivery went well'," said Justin. "He was a great sport about it all."

I saw this picture yesterday at reddit, and at that time almost everyone said it was staged. So many redditors assumed that childbirth in a hospital is a sterile procedure, with mandatory scrubbing and masks. That's only necessary for surgery. See more pictures of Oaklyn's first Halloween at Buzzfeed.

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Owner Catches His Cat Mumbling To Himself While Hunting Birds On The Patio

Cats are kooky little critters with unique personalities and behaviors that may seem odd to anyone who hasn't owned a cat, and unlike dogs I've never had two cats who were exactly alike.

Each cat also has their own unique voice, and in addition to his meow, purr and hiss YouTuber Derek Zimmerman's cat apparently mumbles like a little lunatic while he watches the birds on the patio.

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Translation: You will be mine little birds, oh yes you will be mine...

-Via Pawpulous

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10 Things You Didn’t Know about Finding Nemo

Did you watch the movie Finding Nemo back in 2003 during its first theatrical run, or did you watch it at home later when your children or grandchildren were the right age? My kids were five and six, so we went to the theater, and I think I enjoyed it more than they did. They didn't have the context to be impressed by the amazing animation, the marine species, the geography, the familiar voices, and the subtle references. But they did enjoy it. Check out some of the other things that went into Finding Nemo.  

10. Nemo was shown initially in Monsters, Inc.

This is how Pixar silently begins to announce their upcoming films. Nemo was a toy in Boo’s room if you go back and watch the movie.  

9. The pitch was a lot longer than it needed to be for the film.

The pitch lasted for about an hour during which the director was very animated in telling the head of Pixar just what he wanted to do. When he was done all that was said was “you had me at fish”.

Read more trivia about Finding Nemo at TVOM.


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Guy Uses Cat Pics To Purr-Fectly Troll Scammer

Selling stuff online on sites like Craigslist has become a real pain thanks to all the flakes, lowballers and idiot scammers out there who waste our time and make us want to change our phone number.

But why change your number when you can have a little fun with the scammer by trolling them?

That's what David Heathcliff did when some scammy scumbag started texting him about the bedroom set he had for sale, claiming they would send a cashier's check to him for the furniture if he would kindly provide his name and address.

David never did get around to providing his real name and address, but he did provide the guy with the address to the FBI office in Salt Lake City along with plenty of funny pics that would have sent any sane scammer packing.

Read the full text thread at FAILBlog

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As Above So Below - Don't Fear The Darkness


As Above So Below by Jess Is More

You know how they say you've gotta fight fire with fire? Well the same goes for the forces of evil, because learning to be comfortable with darkness is the key to defeating those wicked folks who walk around pretending to be the good guys. You must maintain a balance between the forces of darkness and light within you if you want to avoid being smothered by the darkness or burn up in the light, which is why it's important to let a little darkness in to your life so the light can shine even brighter.

Add some dark power to your geeky wardrobe with this As Above So Below t-shirt by Jess Is More, featuring one hell of a cool design!

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The Swim Reaper

When you're having fun in the water, your thoughts are far from death. But danger is lurking, so the Swim Reaper is there to remind you to think first and follow water safety rules. The Swim Reaper is a collaboration between Water Safety New Zealand and the ACC to prevent deaths at the beach and New Zealand's many waterways.   

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Summer is just beginning in the Southern Hemisphere, but water safety rules apply everywhere at all times. The Swim Reaper is most active on Instagram.

The caption to this photo is

They say one in every two guys is a dumbass. I’m going with red shirt #everybreathyoutake #everymoveyoumake #illbewatchingyou

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The Most Mind-Bending Pixar Shower Thoughts

-Via onewheeloneil

Pixar movies have made our geeky minds race like no other animated features, and aside from the far out fan theories movies like Toy Story, Cars and A Bug's Life have spawned they have also inspired some deep shower thoughts.

-Via StreetratMatt

I've never thought about all the horrifying implications present in Pixar movies, but now I can't help but see the Pixar lamp as a murderer and the Toy Story gang as little plastic corpses.

-Via Mordred912

So if you can't handle being creeped out by your favorite cartoons then you should probably avoid these Pixar Shower Thoughts, but I've found they give me hope for our planet's future.

-Via HipNugget

See The 12 Most Mind-Blowing Pixar Shower Thoughts here


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A Suspense Thriller for Dogs

A man is out walking with his German shepherd. The dog looks back at his human regularly. But then the man disappears! On no, what has happened to him?

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Luckily, the story has a happy ending. This very short drama is a tribute to a dog's love, plus a lesson in how music enhances a plot, even in a home video of less than a minute. By the way, in the comments, someone asked if German shepherds were just "shepherds" in Germany. The German name is Deutscher schäferhund, named by a German breeder. A German commenter says they indeed just say schäferhund unless they need to distinguish it from another schäferhund, like the Belgischer schäferhund. -via Boing Boing

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Footprints in the Sand -The Star Wars Version

We've all seen those classic cross stitches with the message about there being one set of footprints in the sand because Jesus carried them when things got the hardest. But if you're a geek, you might see a set of single footprints in the sand for a different reason. 

This cross stitch sampler by Etsy seller stitchnanigans features a touch of that classic cross stitch design you expect with a delightfully nerdy twist.


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The Patron Saint of Books

James Patterson might be the most successful man in the book-writing business. But these days he wants something more.

YOU KNOW THE NAME. You’ve seen it, embossed and shimmering, in that big, bold text, in airport kiosks and supermarkets, in bookstores and bulk-buy warehouses, practically anyplace where a book might be sold. There’s a simple reason for that: James Patterson is aggressively better than anyone else on the planet when it comes to making books people love to read. (Image credit: Susan Solie-Patterson)

With more than 305 million copies of his 148 books in print, Patterson has the distinction of having been the top-selling fiction writer (living or dead) of the 2000s, according to Nielsen BookScan. He holds a Guinness World Record for being the first author to sell more than one million e-books. This year, Forbes determined that Patterson is not only the world’s highest-paid writer by a long shot, raking in $63 million more than the runner-up, he's also the seventh-highest-paid celebrity in the world—outranking Taylor Swift and LeBron James.

The breadth of that power is difficult to reconcile with the man himself, a casual fellow with untamed eyebrows and a paternal air. He’s just arrived early (he’s always early) to the Manhattan headquarters of his longtime publisher, Little, Brown and Company, where the James Patterson team has 10 full-time employees. Coming from Briarcliff Manor in Westchester, New York—where he owns a lavish house overlooking the Hudson, in addition to his 20,000-square-foot home in Palm Beach, Florida—he’s in town today for a slate of afternoon meetings. Tonight, he’ll catch a Yankees game with his 17-year-old son, Jack, which means he’ll miss the new episode of Zoo, the prime-time CBS series based on his 2012 novel. He’s just notched another No. 1 on The New York Times bestseller list for his latest hardcover, Alert. “Yes, I love that people are reading the books,” he says, waving off a congratulations. “It doesn’t matter to me, strangely.” 

Maybe that’s because if Patterson pays attention to the good, he has to pay attention to the bad. And there has been bad. Stephen King once called him “a terrible writer.” Washington Post reviewer Patrick Anderson trashed his work as “sick, sexist, sadistic, and subliterate.” With the help of an army of paid co-writers, he’s so prolific—17 books for adults and kids in 2015—that his name has become a kind of critical shorthand for mass-market mediocrity. 

It matters not. Millions of people are almost pathologically addicted to his tales of veteran cops and kidnappers, lending Patterson access to an expansive demographic. His thrillers are the most requested at Rikers Island, the New York City jail. For the last eight years, he’s been the most borrowed author in British libraries. Against the stereotypes, despite his characters’ many mutilations and gory deaths, women are his most loyal fans.

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1996 Honda Accord for Sale

Carrie needs to sell her 21-year-old car. Her boyfriend, Max Lanman, got some talented friends together and created a video ad to attract buyers for her. From the looks of it, he may end up with some advertising jobs out of it, too.

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Be sure to read the fine print:

Paint is in fantastic shape with few cosmetic dings. Drives like a dream. Cat and coffee pot not included. Bug shield, rubber duckies and tape converter included. Featured girlfriend is not actual girlfriend, but an actor. Stunts not performed by a professional driver, but just my actual girlfriend. Do not attempt. Girlfriend is now fiance.

You can bid on this car at eBay. -via reddit


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Strange But Well-Paying Jobs

For every job with a generic title like "clerk", "associate" or "staff" there are a dozen people in support positions that help keep businesses floating along smoothly.

And then there are the people who have niche job titles like Golf Ball Diver, Snake Milker and Iceberg Mover, people who do strange jobs that most people have no idea actually exist- and pay well.

This infographic from resumeformat2016.com introduces us to some of the strangest jobs people do for pay, and even though some of these jobs sound pretty horrible I'd love to apply to be a Professional Cuddler or a Barbie Dress Designer!

See full sized infographic here

-Via Mental Floss


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Farmers Urged to Bury Their Underpants for Better Beef

The latest advice for farmers sounds like a superstition: to improve yields, dig a hole in your field and bury your underpants for two months. If you have several fields, you'll need to cough up more underwear. The idea began with the "Soil My Undies" challenge from the California Farmers’ Guild, and is now recommended by the Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board (AHDB) and Quality Meat Scotland (QMS). But it's no old wives' tale. The underwear must be made of cotton, and the result is a relatively cheap and easy soil test.

Evan Wiig, Executive Director of the California Farmers’ Guild, said: “Cotton is an organic material and breaks down naturally just like anything else you’d put in your compost pile. So if you bury cotton in soil teeming with life, all those creatures will begin to feast.

“If you have dead soil, if it is totally lifeless you should be able to pull the pants out of the ground, throw it in the washing machine and put them on like nothing ever happened. If you have incredibly healthy soil, you should have nothing left but an elastic strap.”

Soil that is worked over by microbes, insects, and worms will be more nutritious for the plants that grow there, and for the animals that graze the fields. Read more about the underpants test at the Telegraph. -Thanks, Walter!

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Playing Grand Theft Auto V Without Breaking Any Laws

Crime is the main theme of the Grand Theft Auto series- it's in the title, it's an inescapable part of the in-game missions, and this theme is the main reason parents try to keep their kids from playing GTA games.

But is it possible to play GTA V without breaking any laws when the very title of the game is a crime? (NSFW language)

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BuzzFeed employees Sydnee Goodman, Crystal House and Garrick Bernard gave it a shot while playing Grand Theft Auto V, and unsurprisingly they discovered it's virtually impossible to play a GTA game without breaking the law.

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Thanksgiving Dinner Ice Cream

As they have in previous years, Salt & Straw in Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Portland is offering special limited edition ice cream flavors in the month of November that mimic the taste of a classic Thanksgiving dinner. Specifically, this year's Thanksgiving ice creams are 1. Sweet Potato Casserole with Maple Pecans, 2. Buttered Mashed Potatoes & Gravy, 3. Apple Cranberry Stuffing, 4. Salted Caramel Thanksgiving Turkey, and 5. Spiced Goat Cheese & Pumpkin Pie. Honestly, those might be good if you take out the words potato, gravy, and turkey. Los Angeles magazine offers a description of each flavor, although the stuffing flavor is different from the company's menu. They do note that

(they skipped that green bean-mushroom soup thing, which was wise)

You can order a pint of each, packed in dry ice, for $65 plus shipping costs. -via Boing Boing

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Otterly Hammered - A Shark Drinking Shiraz, Now I've Seen Everything!


Otterly Hammered by Alan Bao

Whenever a crate of liquor goes missing on a cargo ship, or a cask of rum is tossed overboard, you can bet the sea critters in the area will take possession of that booze and get otterly hammered. It's not something that happens very often, since the sea creatures try not to make it a habit, but in order to keep their ecosystem functioning properly they must all come together and tie one on- for the sake of the sea. Ain't no party like an otter party 'cause an otter party keeps going until everyone is shell-faced!

Take the party with you wherever you go by wearing this Otterly Hammered t-shirt by Alan Bao, it's a swimmingly good way to make your fellow party animals and animal lovers grin with drunken delight!

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Communists Have No Class Stardust T-Wrecked Heavy Metals

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Dad Catches Creepy Neighbor In His Attic Spying On His Family

There's a huge difference between thinking someone is spying on you and actually finding out they are, and the difference is mostly in how much sleep you get and how safe you feel in your own home.

When Jerome and Ashley Kennedy began hearing strange noises in their attic late at night they thought they might have rats, but then Jerome saw a light shining through a pipe above his head and knew something wasn't right.

So he installed a camera in his attic and found to his horror that his neighbor, 69-year-old Robert Havrilla, had been creeping around in their attic:

According to reports, Robert was renovating his own space next door to the Kennedy home, and he’d installed a removable wall to gain access to their attic.

But that wasn’t all: Jerome discovered that Robert had apparently drilled multiple holes in a common wall in order to spy on the family.

The neighbor was arrested and has pled not guilty to charges of trespassing and stalking. The Kennedys hope that he will be charged for his alleged crimes so that they can sleep soundly at night.

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-Via Little Things


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The Story of a Little Old House

Kate Wagner of McMansion Hell recently moved from an apartment to a 115-year-old row house. The doors are so small that she couldn't get her existing furniture in the rooms they were meant to go, so she had to replace most of it with IKEA pieces to be assembled in place. The procedure made her wonder about the history of the house. How did people move their furniture to a new home 100 years ago? That question led her into research that we all wish we could do on our older homes. She found some actual data on the address, and added in speculation about its inhabitants and their lifestyle.   

In order to glean how working people moved back in the early 1900s, I decided to focus on a few key areas of research:

    What kind of wages the family would make, what they would spend it on and what kind of local industry they might have participated in.

    What kind of stuff was being moved; (AKA what kind of furniture these folks bought and how much it cost)

    What the costs were of moving services during this time, and whether they were affordable for the family in question.

The result is a fascinating look at working class home life in the early 1900s, complete with furniture prices and historical photographs. -via Metafilter


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These Optical Illusion Rugs Make It Look Like Your Home Is Full Of Holes

The portable hole has always been one of my favorite cartoon gags, and as a kid I wished there was actually an ACME company out there selling portable holes so I could slap one down and watch the fun.

But since ACME doesn't exist, and there's no such thing as a portable hole, we'll have to settle for the next best thing- Scott Jarvie's optical illusion Void Rug, which give your home that cartoon feel without the danger.

Scott's rugs look so realistic from the right angle that your guests will cry "hole-y cow!", and they come in both round and rectangular shapes so they look sharp in every room in your home.

-Via My Modern Met


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Celebrities and Their Famous Parents At the Same Age

It's fairly common for children to eventually enter the family business. It's even more common when you grow up in an industry town like Hollywood. Many famous actors got their training and connections from their actor parents. But some of these connections you might not even know. For example, I had no idea that Gwyneth Paltrow is the daughter of Blythe Danner, although there's really no reason why I should have known it. You might be surprised by some of the parental connections in this gallery. Some look just like their famous parent, while others look completely different. Check out sets of celebrity parents and their celebrity children at the same age at TVOM.


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Tweets That Prove Some Kids Are Evil Geniuses

The mind of a child works in ways we adults typically cannot comprehend, and what makes perfect sense to their very young brains often seems like pure madness to our adult minds.

Those crazy kids' thoughts are hilarious, but when a kid says something that makes perfect sense yet sounds a bit sinister we stop laughing and our mind starts racing. 

We find ourselves wondering who let the little evil mastermind into the house in the first place, let alone gave them their own room, and as the kid's campaign of wickedness continues they go from being a mere brat to our archenemy.

See 15 Tweets That Prove Kids Are Actually Mini Evil Geniuses here 

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