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Old 03-27-2019, 09:14 PM
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Something else that strikes me odd is: it is a Huggies commercial on television, her hands over the baby are to suggest love, comfort and security, yet when you get right down to it the human body normally runs at 98.6° F, whereas the human hands generally run at 92.4° F (there abouts). Therefore her hands are not providing comfort and security for the baby. Actually her hands are actually drawing natural body heat from the baby that would need all the warmth it can get. If her hands were to remain on the babies torso long enough in theory the hands could cause the baby to become hyporthermic.

So that is three things I find perplexing about the image.
If there was a Lead pipe involved would you feel more comfortable?
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If there was a Lead pipe involved would you feel more comfortable?
Would it make you feel better to say that a second time......that way you can be twice the DB you currently are for saying something like that!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Would it make you feel better to say that a second time......that way you can be twice the DB you currently are for saying something like that!!!!!!!!!!!!

Lol

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Something else that strikes me odd is: it is a Huggies commercial on television, her hands over the baby are to suggest love, comfort and security, yet when you get right down to it the human body normally runs at 98.6° F, whereas the human hands generally run at 92.4° F (there abouts). Therefore her hands are not providing comfort and security for the baby. Actually her hands are actually drawing natural body heat from the baby that would need all the warmth it can get. If her hands were to remain on the babies torso long enough in theory the hands could cause the baby to become hyporthermic.

So that is three things I find perplexing about the image.
I read your answer but think she is using a tablecloth for a blanket.

Put down the bong dude!
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Would it make you feel better to say that a second time......that way you can be twice the DB you currently are for saying something like that!!!!!!!!!!!!
I actually did not say it, I wrote it.
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So. Would you rather have room temp air - on a possible just bathed baby ?
92.x is a lot warmer than 75ish correct ?
And - for me - I don’t use my hands to warm up my kids. It’s more so they can feel my touch on them

when my 2 kids were born - they had something called magic hour- and that first hour the kid and mother lay together naked so they can feel the skin

garret- go to bed man. Way to much thinking on your part
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Can someone photo shop that damn kid out of the way
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Change your tv from widescreen to normal,it’ll be fine then
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Whaddya mean the diaper is to low?!?!?!?! And maybe it's over a 100* there and the baby needs to be cooled off.


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The photo is perfectly normal. The OP on the other hand...
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The photo is perfectly normal. The OP on the other hand...
and really needs something to do . . .
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Something else that strikes me odd is: it is a Huggies commercial on television, her hands over the baby are to suggest love, comfort and security, yet when you get right down to it the human body normally runs at 98.6° F, whereas the human hands generally run at 92.4° F (there abouts). Therefore her hands are not providing comfort and security for the baby. Actually her hands are actually drawing natural body heat from the baby that would need all the warmth it can get. If her hands were to remain on the babies torso long enough in theory the hands could cause the baby to become hyporthermic.

So that is three things I find perplexing about the image.
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Something else that strikes me odd is: it is a Huggies commercial on television, her hands over the baby are to suggest love, comfort and security, yet when you get right down to it the human body normally runs at 98.6° F, whereas the human hands generally run at 92.4° F (there abouts). Therefore her hands are not providing comfort and security for the baby. Actually her hands are actually drawing natural body heat from the baby that would need all the warmth it can get. If her hands were to remain on the babies torso long enough in theory the hands could cause the baby to become hyporthermic.

So that is three things I find perplexing about the image.
Uh.........it's a commercial...not real, fake, made up!

THT... a boating website where grown men discuss Huggies commercials. Seen it all

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Uh.........it's a commercial...not real, fake, made up!
Sometimes people have a hard time discerning between things that are real and things that were just made up.
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Babies torso looks abnormally long to me. Like the diaper is way too far down

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    Ding, Ding, Ding, we have a winner.
    Diapers slip downward - especially when full.

    That was it?
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    Originally Posted by Garett View Post
    Something else that strikes me odd is: it is a Huggies commercial on television, her hands over the baby are to suggest love, comfort and security, yet when you get right down to it the human body normally runs at 98.6° F, whereas the human hands generally run at 92.4° F (there abouts). Therefore her hands are not providing comfort and security for the baby. Actually her hands are actually drawing natural body heat from the baby that would need all the warmth it can get. If her hands were to remain on the babies torso long enough in theory the hands could cause the baby to become hyporthermic.

    So that is three things I find perplexing about the image.
    You have WAY too much time or your hands.
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    Poor kid's gonna get teased a lot with those elf lookin' ears.
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    Originally Posted by Garett View Post
    Something else that strikes me odd is: it is a Huggies commercial on television, her hands over the baby are to suggest love, comfort and security, yet when you get right down to it the human body normally runs at 98.6° F, whereas the human hands generally run at 92.4° F (there abouts). Therefore her hands are not providing comfort and security for the baby. Actually her hands are actually drawing natural body heat from the baby that would need all the warmth it can get. If her hands were to remain on the babies torso long enough in theory the hands could cause the baby to become hyporthermic.

    So that is three things I find perplexing about the image.
    you should start watching pornhub like every other normal guy! they dont have commercials!
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