When you’re a kid, you don’t quite grasp the finer points of subtle implication. Or maybe you do, and you use your parents’ assumptions otherwise to make them increasingly uneasy with your progressively less subtle suggestions that they are completely at your mercy, now and forever, and you are not to be angered. You know, testing the depths of their denial. Or maybe Michelle here just thought she’d remind her parents that life is a gift, oblivious of the creepy undertones. It has to be the second one, right? Yeah. Right?
- If you get really spooked, you can always just sell your kid
- You might want to keep your child away from soda, if you’re afraid they’ll kill you
- Or keep them placated with stuffed versions of their own occasionally creepy drawings
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