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I think I might have nightmares.
All I need to do is borrow a baby and I’ll be all set.
So are you going to cook the “banana” or eat it raw?
Well, you scared me!
I am picturing Ray Comfort, after deconverting and becoming an atheist, describing how this costume was intelligently designed to makes baby-eating so much easier:
“The seams on the costume making a perfect grip to hold between two hands, angling the baby’s head directly at the mouth.” (Makes creepy chewing movement with mouth.)
“Peanut Butter Jelly Time, Peanut Butter Jelly Time”
It’s scary in more ways than one. That baby clearly has plastic doll arms!
Peel and eat!
The baby, btw, was domesticated from the plantaiby quite some time ago to create a sweeter, more succulent snack…
Seriously, what is with the plastic arms?
The plastic arms are probably because they photoshopped a baby’s head in. Babies hate those sack costumes! I know. I tried to dress my daughter up as a chili pepper when she was 9 days old and her face soon matched the red of the costume with her protests. No costume that year.
I’ll never understand why Americans dress up as anything they like for Halloween. Why not stick to the pagan roots and dress as ghouls and ghosts or supernatural beasties? Unless this doll armed, banana body, freak child is the ghost of intelligent design come back to haunt atheists….That can’t be right, ID isn’t dead yet is it?
Who would dress up their kids like that? Ray Comfort?
Awww, it’s neat how a little kid in a costume can have such appeal!
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