How many cheerios can you stack on your sleeping baby?


#1

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#2

Daddy’s precious little unicorn…


#3

Can we still try this if we got his/her nose and can’t remember where we put it?


#4

Ah, Cheerios! The monkey chow of parenting! Surely if aliens are keeping humans in a zoo in some far-flung planet, they are feeding them Cheerios.


#5

this is the best use of babies since… well, i can’t think of another use.


#6

This looks like the most fun, but I don’t know about best…

There is a reason that I do not, and should not, ever have children.


#7

oh, i like that idea too. simultaneously adding to their developing immune system database from the nearby environment, thus making them STRONGER. multitasking FTW!


#8

Zero.

My kid is not a baby anymore.


#9

Wait for it… GOOD BABY! Now eat your treats!


#10

It’s even easier for older kids, cause you can use whole boxes of Cheerios, instead of individual pieces.


#11

You’ve clearly never seen my child sleep.


#12

Yeah, the downside of that is that you have to keep having babbies, because they won’t clean your floors anymore after they start walking!


#13

Substutite “dump” for “stack” and the number goes way up. Isn’t math amazing?


#14

I do have a kid, and I’m not sure I should. But so far I’ve keep her alive and mostly happy.


#15

If you have adult children, just sneak into their houses while they’re asleep.


#16

Well, they are damn tasty.


#17

Wow, wish I knew this was a thing when I had babies around! I did enjoy stacking quarters on my cat’s head, but didn’t count them, just wasn’t thinking about my place in history. Pretty sure I had 3 or 4 bucks there. But I don’t know if I could stack 18 cheerios on a table, dude has SKILLS!


#18

it’s always the most obvious thing that i tend to miss.


#19

Hint: you can always cheat with superglue.


#20

hundreds of teens in 2030 are saying WHY!?!