Reading with Scissors

August 9, 2009

More creepy babies

Filed under: Collectibles — Tags: , , , , , — readingwithscissors @ 12:55 pm

From the same people who brought you creepy M&M babies.

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  1. “You’re right quite, Bertie. Something’s gone wrong with the darned
    thing. My private impression is that, without knowing it, I’ve worked
    that stunt that Sargent and those fellows pull–painting the soul of
    the sitter. I’ve got through the mere outward appearance, and have put
    the child’s soul on canvas.”

    “But could a child of that age have a soul like that? I don’t see how
    he could have managed it in the time. What do you think, Jeeves?”

    “I doubt it, sir.”

    “It–it sorts of leers at you, doesn’t it?”

    “You’ve noticed that, too?” said Corky.

    “I don’t see how one could help noticing.”

    “All I tried to do was to give the little brute a cheerful expression.
    But, as it worked out, he looks positively dissipated.”

    “Just what I was going to suggest, old man. He looks as if he were in
    the middle of a colossal spree, and enjoying every minute of it. Don’t
    you think so, Jeeves?”

    “He has a decidedly inebriated air, sir.”

    Comment by Guy T. — August 19, 2009 @ 9:16 am

  2. Kids sure are growing up fast these days. Yes, creepy.

    Comment by Laurie — October 31, 2009 @ 3:07 pm

  3. looks like walter matthau

    Comment by Karen Rice — November 8, 2009 @ 12:39 am

    • Walter Matthau, that’s perfect.

      Comment by readingwithscissors — November 9, 2009 @ 8:39 am


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