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very evil

very evil

ok_okay_I_get_that

Babies are the things that grow up and need to be thought about stranger danger and not getting into cars with people they don't know who offer them stuff. I don't know about you, but I don't trust babies in stuff like this


dandaman910

Babies are untrustworthy in general .this is gonna sound ageist but you can't rely on babies for shit .


Stonefaction

I suspect shit may be one of the few things you CAN rely on babies for....


dandaman910

Touche.


Notacka

Tooshy?


Glaurung86

I'm not touching that.


Aporkalypse_Sow

Found the not catholic priest.


mrspacepanda

"toosh" -drake and joshs father


kryaklysmic

Even the ones born without buttholes. They just have it in a bag instead. Like me now I have no colon!


StayingVeryVeryCalm

~~Life~~ **poop** finds a way!!


Squeanie

Everybody poops. Some just have to do so into a bag .


ampjk

You may need a poop fix.


MrPickles84

Only if you feed them.


Deadlychicken28

Except after midnight or you'll have more babies.


Mamma_Nikki

I second this, I never trusted my son. He would act nice and then strike at any time. Want to feel fear? Be near a child who you’re supposed to “trust” only to get whacked in the head randomly by it.


subredditer666

Can’t have babies in detroit


serenityak77

They’re also assholes. My kid gets mad and smacks the crap out of me or pulls my wife’s hair. Yeah he’s only 6 months but still, I’d be lying if I said I haven’t thought about beating up a bby.


Crunchycarrots79

My daughter was breastfed for pretty much exactly one year. Originally, my wife was going to try for 18-24 months. But at one year, my daughter started biting my wife's nipple when she was done. After about 3-4 hard bites, that was it.


serenityak77

Idk about breastfeeding but I do know my 6 month old bit my finger the other day and wow. Did not think they could bite that hard at that age. I can’t imagine a bite of a one year old, much less on such a tender part of the body. Fuck that.


weirdest_of_weird

I'm sorry, but "pretty much exactly one year" cracked me up


Crunchycarrots79

It really was like she said to herself, on her first birthday, "Imma start biting mommy's nipple now!"


SylvySylvy

Knock his first tooth out to let him know nobody messes with your wife


serenityak77

The guy has 3 on top and three on the bottom already. And he has a full set of hair, I’m bald. He’s clearly established his role as man of the house.


ajsamtheman

Buy a wig and challenge him to restore your honor


mrsbonniewright

Just wait till he’s 2. They go from loving hugs to full blown punches in the face then they cry like they are hurt. 🤦🏻‍♀️


serenityak77

This is seriously messed up. Am I allowed to place a restraining order on a 2 year old and file assault charges? Because I’m scared. I think it smells my fear.


reckonyze420

It gets worse when they start talking...


serenityak77

Yeah mines already speaking gibberish. Of course the other day we’re at the store buying outfits and I’m carrying him around in that carrier for babies thing where they’re strapped to your body. And he says “mama” I’m like wtf?! Seriously? Not dada? Because “mama” is shopping for a dress while I’m carrying you around showing you toys and what not. I was seriously contemplating leaving him in one of the isles but child abandonment laws or whatever.


Not-Alpharious

Honestly yes, I tried to get a baby to be my designated driver. He never showed up. And get this, I even learned he doesn’t even have a drivers licence.


Ethanjohnson3_1415

I once asked a baby to keep an eye on my car while I went into a shop, when I got back the car and the baby were gone, I think the bastard stole it.


IsThisAGoodName4Meh

I don’t know, I’d trust a baby driving a white van and offering me candy when I get in.


jjfergue

Yea, but I’d have to see the candy first. Then I’ll get in the van. I’m not an idiot.


IsThisAGoodName4Meh

Of course, that’s Rule 1 of white van etiquette.


Bierbart12

Black van etiquette is a whole different story.


Legitimate_Catch_283

Okay this is just van racism


CannabisCoffeeKilos

What's Black Van etiquette? Shoot it if it moves?


WillToTheSmith

Shoot it even if it doesn't move. Don't risk your life with the possibility of it moving.


codename_undcdd

Some people suggest locking all the black vans in a lot and then you don’t even have to worry about em.


CannabisCoffeeKilos

🤣😬


null3xity

100% accurate


Pseudobeau

What if the van has a huge mural of a sword-wielding barbarian riding a dragon on the side, and is playing Bachman Turner Overdrive from an 8-track player?


theNameless97

[like this? ](https://youtu.be/XvvqDnInRoM)


IsThisAGoodName4Meh

Yep, except if they flashed the candy like rappers flash cash, I’d be in there before you knew it.


TRDPaul

Can't believe he didn't get even one


i8cheez

You should watch Raya and the last dragon. There's a baby and three monkeys interested in that trust...


SEEMR1

I would too, because I know that I could beat them up


Xstardust5

Wow, you would beat up a baby?


cailedoll

Not who you replied to but yes, because in this situation the baby is driving a white van and has kidnapped me


MetalOcelot

People say stuff like this about dogs too but I am pretty sure some dog loved Hitler


BigAggie06

I’m convinced that Dogs tend to be hyper sensitive to their owners and can pick up on the owners reaction to someone before the owner is even aware of it.


MetalOcelot

As a tall person I think dogs often feel threatened by people bigger than their owners. Not all dogs, I find bigger dogs usually don't mind me but if I stand up too fast around a little dog they will lose their mind.


RainWildling

One of my dogs feels threatened by tall people, and short people, and chairs on wheels, and cardboard boxes, and palm fronds... the list is fairly long. He's a big scary looking dog too, it's pretty hilarious.


BigAggie06

I’m not overly tall but I am a big guy so my dogs don’t really encounter many people bigger than me lol.


aldkGoodAussieName

My daughter once complained that the stranger she spoke to when walking to school didn't offer her candy. I think she was just confused and had taken the 'offer Candy' literally. She was with her mum and just said hello to someone who was walking near by.


TJ_McWeaksauce

Babies will put anything into their mouths. I don't trust babies' judgement.


SamSparkSLD

This reminds me of something that happened to me like a decade ago. I used to live with these 2 sisters, older was 10 and the younger was 6, and they were pretty oblivious to everything. We lived on the ground floor of some apartments and our sliding glass door led to an area that was on the side of the sidewalk. I remember waking up at 7am to what sounded like then laughing and talking outside my window. I was rolling back to sleep and I started asking myself why it sounded like they were outside when their parents are usually at work in the mornings. So I get up and go check what’s up. No joke it was some old dude giving them candy and talking to them and they were just taking it and eating it without any worried. I could not believe my eyes. They literally went outside for candy from a random creepy guy they did not know. I went out and quickly got them inside, to which the creep responded by trying to follow and saying he was just sharing candy with them. He left pretty quickly when I told him I’d call the cops if he didn’t leave. I tried to scold them for doing some insanely stupid shit, but they didn’t care because I was a boy and didn’t know what I was talking about. So I told their parents because I didn’t want them doing this again and oh man they got whooped. I don’t think they’ll ever be doing that again.


Katze10-0-10

I'd rather trust my super cuddly cat who specifically avoided my narcissistic stepdad while he was still love bombing us than a baby.


ThePeacefulSwastika

You don’t think it’s smart to let babies be the judges of good character?? That’s a bold statement right there, friend. I think I’m gonna need some evidence.


ok_okay_I_get_that

It's right there, that baby is loving hitler. Not to make another bold statement, but I believe he is considered a dick by most of the world.


aggrivating_order

Several people think Hitler is not very cool


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T-Baaller

Yeah, that picture is a shitty attempt at a gotcha. It’s a baby, it just guesses the person holding it likes them. And hitler did like little *aryan* babies. That’s kinda his problem, he liked them and hated others. Give him a Jewish baby, and the scene is very different in an unpleasant way.


PrisonerV

But can we do Ted Cruz and his daughter? She's like "my dad is the zodiac killer" but non verbally.


LilBengt69

Imagine being so woke that you accidentally become a nazi


Dehydrated-Horse

> **[Crying baby no match for Obama](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uqhzWlqN3uc)**


DontTouchMyPikachu

My husband is like this. He can chill out any baby and dogs love him too. I take it as a good sign. I’m going to show him this picture of Hitler and ask him to explain himself .


shakuvendell

Goes that way for about 99 of every 100 babies I encounter. "Smile, giggle, smile, bounce, smile". ​ Then number 100 comes along and is just "REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!"


GobboKirk

TIL 1% of babies are evil


DontTouchMyPikachu

I bet that 1% would gently caress Hitlers face.


shakuvendell

...That could explain the photo above.


DreamCyclone84

Future Hitler youth initiate...


shakuvendell

That's where the politicians and the businessmen start out. You know, the baby forms of "the 1%"


Killerdoll_666

Then that baby goes Yeeeeeeeet!! Out the window


Skrubious

based


Killerdoll_666

possibly


Vitrebreaker

That took a wild turn, but I hope there will be an update at some point.


natophonic2

Not to alarm you, but Hitler was also famously good with dogs.


SilverLightning926

This is quite alarming indeed....


UnreassuringScrew

“Im gonna show him this picture of hitler and ask him to explain himself”


caitejane310

Mine too. Babies and animals love him.


GunnieGraves

That cocky look he gives Michelle too. So good


xixbia

Yeah, seems what's going on here is that Obama knows how to handle babies, while Trump doesn't (though those kids are a bit older making it harder to hold them both). Now one can claim that says something about their respective personalities and temperaments, but it has sod all to do with their morality.


Airway

Obama raised kids and Trump didn't, it's pretty much that simple. And before anyone says "Trump has kids though", he has stated in the past that he does not participate in raising them.


Astronaut_Chicken

This is exactly whats going on. Trump looks like he's never held a baby even though he's had several of them. Also, I don't get the mentality that some dads have. It reminds me of this https://imgur.com/a/ujrBq7X


DontTouchMyPikachu

Trump looks like the third baby.


Fumquat

Eh. Caring to understand small humans is a pretty good indicator of moral instincts. Trump wasn’t taught to value childcare, nor to cultivate empathy for the weak among our tribe in general. That’s such a large part of being human that it can’t help but affect one’s morality. Edit to add: Obviously success with any particular baby for a photo op is not a fair measure of skills.


xixbia

I would still put that under personality and temperament rather than morality. There are plenty of awesome people who are terrible with children, and plenty of horrid people who are great with them.


Fumquat

Generally speaking, if you’re bad with kids but you are a good person, stick to pics where someone else is holding them! Good people who don’t like kids avoid situations where they need to be in charge of them.


floridianreader

Look at the way he's holding the babies, he has no idea how to hold a baby. Obama does.


S_words_for_100

He handles them like anyone else who doesn’t love him immediately in public. Make fun of them and mug for the crowd


Uths_CC

Hitler made a lot of babies stop crying as well... although his method was slightly different than Obama’s....


ind3pend0nt

Obama is a dad. Trump is just a father....


EagleCatchingFish

When I was in college, I worked in the university library special collections. One day I found a propaganda book with all sorts of pictures of Hitler with kids. It was a real trip to see him portrayed as some sort of Santa Claus.


chockfullofjuice

There are LOADS of images like this of Nazis just being regular people. I don't mean everyday Nazis I mean the SS and specifically guards and leaders who were personally responsible for the deaths of hundreds and thousands. Playing with kittens, kissing their mothers on the cheek, petting dogs, playing pranks, and helping old people. Some of it isn't even propaganda. A great deal of it is personal photos of people just chilling. In the background of a few photos it's noted that the subjects are likely only miles from the concentration camps they work at and are on holiday.


Bizarre_RNS_Radio

Which is why they were true monsters. They weren’t flat characters or mustache-twirling villains, they were real people with families and friends they genuinely loved and cherished, and they decided to systematically tear apart thousands of other families and friends for their goals, not caring at all about how cruel or unfair they themselves would think of it if they had the same done to them. Many knew of the hypocrisy in that, and they didn’t even bother to try and care. Remember people, an anti-villain isn’t a villain who has cherished loved ones, it’s a villain that feels sympathy and guilt for their actions alongside having lines they would never cross. If a villain does horrible crimes without a care, they could show more care for their people than Gandhi himself, and they would still be a complete monster for the sheer sociopathic apathy they have for those they wrong.


Fleraroteraro

Just to play with semantics a bit—not saying they aren't meaningfully monsters—they aren't monsters, they're humans, and this is the case in point right here. I only say it because it can be tempting to call evil humans "monsters," and then write off their behavior as something distinctly not human. As though the actions of inhuman humans could never be the actions of actual humans, no true Scotsman and all. But most people could be a Nazi given the right circumstance (or at least could *have* been if it got in early enough), and that likely includes anyone reading or writing this. The meatmess that is ingroup/outgroup thinking is very very human, and possibly the greatest challenge facing this epoch of humanity. But, also, they were monsters. Again, not a critique of your word choice.


Bizarre_RNS_Radio

True, but there isn’t a proven real life example of a literal monster, so my mind always defaults to it in the figurative sense when using it to describe real life people or animals. Obviously not everyone is like me, so I understand if people sometimes get confused.


MidForger

Disclaimer: I am NOT a weeb. But this makes me think of Hunter X Hunter when Gon gets super pissed because he realizes his enemy is capable of sympathy.


chilachinchila

I’ve heard Hitler wasn’t actually vegetarian, it was a lie by Joseph goebbels to make him similar to ghandi who at the time was considered the most good person.


chockfullofjuice

I've never heard that before. Maybe it's true. Hard to say. There are other accounts of his food preference.


chicken_ranch

Wouldn’t there be record of his menus at events? He hosted all kinds of lavish nazi dinners after all. I suppose that could be fabricated but you’d think the chef would need to know what to prepare. There would have to be some kind of record of that.


CVSfarmstheME

Im not sure if any would have been kept. Nazi’s were quick to incinerate evidence and while menus arent a big deal, they may have just happened into the pile


shitman__

I mean isn't he a hero? He killed hitler


throwingtheshades

And an unappreciated one at that. He sacrificed his own life to kill Hitler.


nimcau

The ultimate neutral historical figure!


kpmaxo

i dont think he was too neutral his kd was pretty high


_NotAPenguin

Hmm, wasn’t he also a vegetarian and kept zoos with endangered animals? Maybe he wasn’t so bad /s


LouisTheXVII

That’s a myth.


Blipblipblipblipskip

A myth yes. A true myth.


Vinccool96

The vegetarian part is true, tho.


NordlandLapp

Yea but he also killed the guy who killed hitler


dizzler0613

Lol I can’t believe I’m actually going to defend Hitler here, it’s mind blowing. But you could argue, while he was a vile, evil, and just overall monster, he did try to better Germany, completely misguided and horrid as his strategy was, he did try to better the country. Trump...he doesn’t give a shit about anyone but himself. I cringe at the thought of what he would’ve done if he truly got dictatorship type power of the US.


Iamyes_ok

>it’s mind blowing. pun intended?


dizzler0613

No, but I wish it had been


liege_paradox

Yes. Hitler was charismatic and kind on a personal level. He did horrible things, by being far away and never understanding that they were people. Trump has the maturity of a child, and we all know what happens when one baby gets nervous around others. They all start crying.


Squeanie

Trump did manage to put people in cages. He probably admires Hitler. He wishes he had that kind of power and influence. Despite the cost.


Gammercracki

“Did I stutter?”


Nerdorama09

Babies can sense people who have never held a baby before. Hitler grew up poor and with younger siblings. That motherfucker knew how to deal with babies. In ways other than the obvious, I mean.


caring_impaired

Good catch.


chockfullofjuice

The question is who threw him that baby?


kanybol

What if you have a baby and you’ve never held one before? Will the baby sense that and not wanna be held by mom?


natophonic2

Speaking as a father, when there’s a screaming baby in your house at 3am, you learn how to hold a baby really damn quick.


Nerdorama09

Baby being held by mom is going to be too concerned with finding food to get mad about it the first several times.


brokefixfux

Hitler isn't holding the baby.


Invincibleprimus

Nah. The baby is holding him.


Krisuad2002

And looking him in the eyes like "You bitch better not kill 5 million Jews!"


Invincibleprimus

I got the "you better not ruin that mustache for everyone fam" vibe


Oldmanred79

Hastag#Reclaimthatstache


Caleb-theGeek

Don’t worry he killed 6 million


OkPreference6

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IsThisAGoodName4Meh

Hitler the overachiever.


Tischlampe

I mean, he was the guy killing Hitler


karpenter_v1

Infinite IQ conversation.


LoliPlsSir

Baby: "You lack hatred, Adolf"


Invincibleprimus

"You know nothing of my power!"


PajaroLoco_MC

The baby is sizing him up.


prathamkadam2002

The kid might have mistaken hitler as Charlie Chaplin.


Bizarre_RNS_Radio

Poor Charlie. He used to be completely and utterly beloved. Now he has to deal with everyone who sees him going “Is this Hitler before the Nazi Party?”


mynameisnotallen

Plot twist: the baby with hitler is Donald trump.


aysurcouf

Hitler died like 14 months before trump was born, TIL, reincarnation takes about 14 months.


njbair

You know, the more I learn about this Hitler fella, the more I don't care for him.


christophlc6

What a jerk


inevitable_username

If babies did sense evil, airport checks would be much more efficient


AgentPanKake

When you start acting suspicious just to see the airport babies


Kirikomori

Trump isn't hold the babies correctly, he probably never raised his own children


Bridalhat

He bragged about never having changed a diaper (after five kids!) so yeah


SouthGateTango

Strike out the “probably.”


drunken_augustine

The child is just awed by the degree of evil. It’s checking to make sure what it’s seeing is real. Or maybe it’s just that trump appears to be fucking screaming because of course he is


SpaceCowboy734

He probably smells like Cheetos and Big Macs too, which I’m sure the babies just love.


drunken_augustine

Yeah, i always imagined he had like a greasy, sweaty BO. We both know he doesn’t eat well or drink enough water. And i doubt he does much hygiene-wise, that’s a feminine thing after all.


Teenage_Wreck

He was actually a vegetarian and liked eating healthy, almost always eating the same foods, unless he had to eat with someone else. So I doubt he'd be greasy.


drunken_augustine

No, not Hitler. I was referring to trump


SpaceCowboy734

[Ah, the ole Reddit Hitler-a-Roo...](https://www.reddit.com/r/Whatcouldgowrong/comments/n1sgi9/wcgw_building_fences_on_both_sides_of_a_forest/gwh6mir/?context=2)


maenarth

Hold my moustache, I'm going in!


fbarbie

Hello future villains!


taxrehab

what’s goin’ on?


Teenage_Wreck

Oh. Thump


possible_sharknado

Babies can sense people who have no clue how to hold a baby


LegoRK42

Well obviously that baby is evil too


bolt74

They're probably onlt crying because trump is holding them like he has 2 big bags of sand and he doesn't want to take 2 trips.


foundyetti

Well to be fair that’s clearly a nazi baby


Delta_Eps1lon

What.


DandaGames

Thanks god Trump never had to take care of any kids


Bgratz1977

Its not about evil, they sense Crybabies and participate


DankPlank64

r/moldymemes


Zealousideal_Lynx_57

You can’t judge someone’s character by a baby crying. I’ve seen them scream bloody murder at in laws and grandparents who aren’t around because of distance.


P4azz

Never understood that ethereal "they're able to sense shit" nonsense. They can basically only tell if their mother currently exists and that's it. The only urges they have are "I'm hungry", "there's shit" and "something's different". Babies and old people might be the closest to the beginning and end of life, but at the same time they're the least attentive out of the spectrum.


Phantereal

The baby is slapping Hitler.


Hudre

The babies are crying because Trump is holding them like a fucking weirdo and they're in a massive crowd.


Samaelllll

Trump=bad Obama=goed Hitler=both?


griboflavin

The idea that babies can sense evil is stupid.


cartmancakes

Looks like the kid on the left is the evil one. Trump and the other baby are both freaking out


munguba

I'm not defending Trump, but seriously, the babies that Obama are holding are to young. They are at an age that they would sleep through an earthquake. The ones Trump is holding are much more aware.


frodopotter451

Surprised by a more neutral political post on this subreddit. Trump isn't= Hitler anymore I guess.


MateoCafe

Is that Hitler baby Josh Hawley's dad?


Lazy__Astronaut

Nazi baby, of course it'll like Hitler!


nikhilbhavsar

What are you talking about, I can clearly see a baby in the picture


why-can-i-taste-pee

What makes it a Nazi baby?


TwinSong

Thought the main issue is how they're being held. They aren't dolls.


UnimpressionableCage

Babies literally shit themselves. I don’t trust them with anything


thewileyone

That's just an evil baebae


Ross_ba

See hitler wasn't so bad /s


joshuaaa_l

I think the difference is that Obama was a good father. And Hitler loved babies (as long as they weren’t Jewish, Romani, Slavic, African, gay, or disabled, etc.).


Alacrityzeal

Apart from the fact hitler isn’t holding the baby, it’s mother is. Nice try though.


Prophesier_Spunky

I think Trump just doesn't know how to hold a baby.


novakane27

i am confused at the point


DumatRising

All you can trust babies for is when someone is good with babies.


SDMR6

Plot twist: the baby gazing lovingly at Hitler is Trump


OTTER887

Trump probably just has no experience caring for and holding babies. Despite spawning at least 5 of them.


Farkenoathm8-E

My father was the same. He’s about the same age and never held a baby in his life or changed a nappy ever. I don’t like Trump but he was a busy, absentee father, which is not exactly rare for his time and especially his station in life where nannies raise the kids. Hitler btw was by most accounts pretty good with children and was more like a kindly uncle than a tyrannical Fuhrer to them.


Hifen

Yeah but that was a nazi baby


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Liberals be like: Bbbbuhbbbuh hitler isn’t holding the baby so it’s not in effect Like seriously Drumpf doesn’t know how to hold a baby that’s why they cry.


thedarkGalaxyKnight

Not vouching for a dictator at all here, but to be fair, Hitler was much more of a hero to his own people (mostly though he was very extreme). He just happened to be a tyrant to everyone else.


Farkenoathm8-E

Most Germans were scared shitless of him and it was basically the fanatics that loved him. But honestly, by most accounts he was pretty good with kids and around the upper echelon Nazi’s kids he was just plain old uncle Adie.


thedarkGalaxyKnight

Indeed, every country (or at least select citizens of it) had their own heros at specific times, but that doesn't mean they will always seem sensible when compared to the future/present.


videogamessuckbutt

The reason why the babies aren’t crying with Obama and Hitler is because they actually look normal and human. The babies cry because they don’t expect to get shoved into the face of a 60 year old, small handed, racist, too much tan using, yee yee ass haircut Oompa Loompa on drugs screaming at them!


coolcreeperfire

Did I stutter?


Its_0ver_Anakin

Well that man did kill Hitler. He was a very good man