There are a lot of people who try to stretch the whole “no such thing as a stupid question” phrase. Generally, I think it’s great for people to ask questions (how else are they supposed to learn?), but sometimes there are questions that are so stupid that they probably should never have been asked.
This is one of those times.
An outdoor children’s bedroom. Okay.
Maybe this is excellent poe. It’s very possible. But it’s also equally possible that it’s completely real. We may never know. If it is satire, then they did an excellent job in their choice of name – “Jericho” – because: Yikes.
Joke or not, I think it’s perfectly reasonable to have your child’s bedroom outside, especially if they aren’t vaccinated.
After all, if you’re a parent who chooses to not vaccinate, I can only imagine what other terrible choices you’re making for your kid. Maybe you make them eat gluten-free bread, despite not having Celiac disease (just like naming your kid “Jericho”, this is tantamount to child abuse, I think).
I mean, their life is probably going to be pretty miserable already, so why not just pile on the misery?
I’m not here to debate you, Epsom Salt.
REBECCA, WE SAID NO DEBATING. SO, NO DEBATES, PLEASE.
Yellow. It’s so hot right now.
I’m really tired of seeing all these 2 year olds outside late at night, crying, asking for their diapers to be changed. I’m a grown adult who changes my own diapers, after all.
To be fair, this isn’t really much different than not vaccinating your kid. Only the strong non-vaxxed kids survive!
It’s always a Karen, isn’t it?
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Eucalyptus as a kid’s name is second only to Nightshade, I think.
And I guess the neighborhood dog will raise him?
Time to teach some independence.
Don’t judge me, REBECCA.
Best. Name. Ever.
That doggo looks pretty miserable.
Poor Rebecca. 🙁
h/t Bored Panda