We've been thinking about something lately. The sexual education classes taught in schools really haven't been very effective in preventing unwanted pregnancies. Explaining disease hasn't worked. Abstinence-only education hasn't worked. But we think we know something that will. Spending time around actual young children, particularly more than one at a time, is probably the most effective form of birth control in the world.
Why? Because parenthood sometimes looks like this:
We parents salute you (and laugh at you just like everyone else), sir, both here and on Twitter:
Laughter wasn't the only response, though. There was also confusion, disgust, gratitude... and more laughter:
We don't know how the poop-in-shag-carpet situation turned out, but we've seen the perpetrator and his sister and we assure you they're dangerously adorable.
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