A couple was asked to babysit a friend's 6-month old, and sent hourly terrifying photoshop updates.

A couple was asked to babysit a friend's 6-month old, and sent hourly terrifying photoshop updates.
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A couple was asked to babysit a friend's 6-month old, and sent hourly terrifying photoshop updates.

Fending off a cobra with the dirty diaper defense. (via)

Scaring first-time parents is becoming so common it's almost as if people are accepting babysitting gigs just to get in on the fun. Either that, or people have started using their creative skills to ensure that friends will think twice before asking them to watch their child a second time. Either way, if someone at Adobe isn't already working on a series of "baby in peril" templates, they should be. Although, there is a chance they don't want to encourage the practice of babysitters actually neglecting kids while Photoshopping them into fake danger, because if something went wrong, they could find themselves in one of the most ironic lawsuits in history.

Redditor ukalele says that the inventive mocked photos she and her partner sent to the new parents hourly were all in good clean fun.

A couple was asked to babysit a friend's 6-month old, and sent hourly terrifying photoshop updates.

Baby's first Jurassic walk. (via)

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A couple was asked to babysit a friend's 6-month old, and sent hourly terrifying photoshop updates.

This could be a scene from Sharknado 3. (via)

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A couple was asked to babysit a friend's 6-month old, and sent hourly terrifying photoshop updates.

Would've loved to have heard them explain this to the neighbors. (via)

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A couple was asked to babysit a friend's 6-month old, and sent hourly terrifying photoshop updates.

Congrats, you never have to babysit again! (via)

(by Jonathan Corbett)

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