this was a real scene from a real australian movie
- A Gender reveal party is where the parents throw a party (similar to a baby shower) to find out the gender of the baby!
- No one knows the sex of the baby (just the party planner/bakers know!)
- The gender is revealed when the parents cut the cake open and the inside color of the cake/desserts reveal if the baby will be a boy or a girl! (pink is usually used for girls, blue for boys of course!)
mine was full of wasps. HUGE WASPS.
"what’s the baby’s gender?" the eager party goers ask, crowded around the cake
slowly, the knife cuts through the first piece. “wasps.” the proud parent-to-be whispers, “wasps.”
one thousand wasps are released from the gender cake.
And now, the weather.
I don’t understand though like?
How can you determine a baby’s gender??
You gonna ask them??? You gonna tap them on their baby shoulder and ask them to determine their future with their complex understanding of gender identity and feminist theory?? ok
everything about this thread is amazing and nothing matters.
King Baby says No
All emotional over the willingness of an entire platform’s worth of people to push a train with enough force to help save a man trapped with his leg between the station and the gap.
One of my biggest fears after a group of scary bogans attempted to shove me through a semi-open door before the train had come to a stop at Maitland station, was terrified of something like this happening to me.
Very teary, watching people help people, so beautiful.
DAAS are performing in Wollongong tonight and I’m broke and scrambling to get an assignment done. PITY ME PEOPLE
I missed their show in Hobart for the same reason. Just about broke my heart :/ I feel for you x
"Somethings not translating. You need a cow here and start milking it? We need a cow so he can milk it and feel natural in his habitat."
I am beyond thrilled that Miss Jay is back, but honestly? Can we get a two for one deal, please? ANTM needs Mr Jay back, sure he was harsh on the model hopefuls and was a pro at pulling them into line and getting them to aim for professionalism but never once did he insult their upbringing, background or lifestyle and mock them on set simply for the sake of it. Criticism is only helpful if it’s constructive, not mean. Come on Tyra, enough gimmicks get Jay back on set, please.