Wow, what the fuck is wrong with those people? If that was my kid I’d have been killing that cat (or at least trying). I would not have been smiling.
And the kid was screaming, and reaching for her mother - who kept smiling like a fucking lunatic while the other person held onto the kid.
Wait, are they all robots (except the kid)?
I have a feeling that mother is going to wake up screaming every night for the next 20 years when she realizes what actually happened. And the kid has some serious stuff to throw in her face every time they disagree over curfews in about 12 years. (What do you care? You sat there laughing while a fucking lion tried to eat me, you monster!).
Mr. Hadley looked at his wife and they turned and looked back at the beasts edging slowly forward crouching, tails stiff.
Mr. and Mrs. Hadley screamed.
And suddenly they realized why those other screams had sounded familiar.
For those who don’t speak spanish - the voice-over is the lion tamer calling back the following day to mansplain how the lion was only playing and its nails are clipped anyway, and besides, the kid was making squeaking noises so its totes not the lion’s fault
Nah, the lion was just trying to help.
“Honey, those pants are wrong. The dark blue won’t read well on screen. Let’s get these off real quick and get something brighter. Guys, help me out – What are you doing?”
Human babies are not fair game nor a good meat source
See, most animals in the jungle have this thing called litter, where a single female of the species will give birth to several babies in one go. Those babies will usually mature fast enough to be able to walk and run in a few days, sometimes in just a few minutes.
On the other hand, most human females just have one kid per birth, two at the most; more is usually considered freakish and weird and rabbit-like. And they’re quite hard to raise, as they’re not as independent as other species’ babies.
So it’s mostly a numbers thing. Now, if that woman has had octuplets… well, there’s no problem with feeding a handful of them to the lion, as it would cut costs in food, education, housing and clothing.