Cute kid

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    1. …and the moral of the story, children, is: Don’t fuck with the doll.

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    2. This is why women shouldnt drink when they are pregnant!!!

      I bet that is her favorite doll cuz its eyes are just as out of whack as hers are.

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    3. Cuz, we done had a beeootiful baby. I can’t wait til she old enuff to date.

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    4. I love how the doll has a wonky eye too.

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    5. At least the parents have a sense of humor.

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    6. This kid is not cute. WTF? She’s strange and looks inbred.

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    7. @nyokki: One would hope. I had a doll like that and it’s eyes were unaligned, so it could be coincidence.

      My brother had to get multiple surgeries on his eyes to straighten then when he was a baby so I’m not prone to finding humor in poking fun at this innocent human.

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    8. If the child is not faking it, the condition is called strabismus. I was born with it as well, though my eyes were pointing outward. Underdevelopment of some of the eye muscles, or sommat. I refused to have it fixed until i was 24, because i had a horrible fear of doctors. Talk about a living hell. Turns out that your ability to make eye contact with someone is fairly important for social development. To this day i still dont look people in the eye, although my appearance is normal. One downside is, if you dont see double your brain shuts off one eye at a time (under conscious control for me!) to avoid the doubling. No depth preception.. and no 3D movies.. or stereograms.. damn it. oh, and.. i’d suggest not trying to cut me off on the interstate. takes me a bit to judge your distance.

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    9. @orbitn: That’s crazy. It’s important that vision be corrected as early as possible because it’s more likely than not that the brain will never learn to process visual cues and what not correctly after childhood.

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    10. @outofocus:
      they did try to fix it when i was three. it failed, as those surgeries often do on young children apparently. It turned it from esotropic to exotropic (out instead of in) but did not even it out. had it succeded i may have very well been stuck with double vision. by school age, i had “learned” to alternate (the technical term). Its all in the past now, and since i have no concept of normal vision.. this is “normal” to me and i’d know no other way. You should see the pics after the surgery – its horror-movie grade gore.. a bloody, pulpy eyeball! I kept waking up during the first of the two surgeries, which was.. frightening. Needle and hook and scalpel coming to eye cannot blink omg omg cant turn scream

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    11. @orbitn: Wait… Wat? you kept waking up? WTH!!

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    12. That happened to me at my dentist. I had general anesthesia to get four wisdom pulled (all at once). I kept waking up. I was totally freaked. They had the IV in my left arm and that stayed numb for months afterward. I still get the heebeegeebees when I think about it.

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    13. @nyokki: Well WTH… That’s it… I’m never going to the dentists ever again… All they do is say “OOOH! AAAAH! My what big teeth you have!” anyway…

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