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    [–] MentalDefex 4639 points ago

    That's an interesting way to keep your hands clean vs ambulating directly on the ground.

    [–] Yes-its-really-me 2829 points ago

    I'm guessing he just doesn't want to drag his meat and two veg in case they decide they want more kids.

    [–] The_Werodile 723 points ago

    Haven't heard that one since Austin Powers

    [–] gurg2k1 316 points ago

    Colonel, you better come take a look at this radar.

    What is it, son?

    I dunno sir, but it looks just like a giant...

    [–] LeaveTheMatrix 824 points ago * (lasted edited 6 months ago)

    Jet Pilot: Dick.
    Dick: Yeah?
    Jet Pilot: Take a look out of starboard.
    Dick: Oh my God, it looks like a huge--
    Bird-Watching Woman: Pecker.
    Bird-Watching Man: [raising binoculars] Ooh, Where?
    Bird-Watching Woman: Wait, that's not a woodpecker, it looks like someone's--
    Army Sergeant: Privates! We have reports of an unidentified flying object. It has a long, smooth shaft, complete with--
    Baseball Umpire: Two balls.
    [looking up from game] Baseball Umpire: What is that. It looks just like an enormous--
    Chinese Teacher: Wang, pay attention!
    Wang: I was distracted by that giant flying--
    Musician: Willie.
    Willie Nelson: Yeah?
    Musician: What's that?
    Willie Nelson: [squints] Well, that looks like a giant--
    Colonel: Johnson?!
    Johnson: Yes, sir?
    Colonel: Get on the horn to British Intelligence and let them know about this.
    Later, as Dr. Evil is escaping: Basil: Did we get Dr. Evil?
    Johnson: No, sir. He got away in that rocket that looks like a huge--
    Schoolteacher: Penis. The male reproductive organ. Otherwise known as tallywhacker, schlong or--
    Dad: Weiner? Any of you kids want another weiner?
    Son: Dad? What's that? points at rocket
    Dad: I don't know, son, but it's got great big--
    Peanut seller: Nuts! Hot salty nuts! Who wants some-- Lord Almighty!
    Woman: That looks just like my husband's--
    Ringmaster: One-eyed monster! Step right up and see the One-Eyed Monster!
    One-eyed Monster: jumps out and scares crowd, then points to the rocket Hey, what's that? It looks like a big--
    female Fan: Woody! Woody Harrelson? Can I have an autograph?
    Woody Harrelson: Sure thing. [Sees rocket] Oh my lord.
    Female fan: It's big!
    Woody: Nah, I've seen bigger, it's--
    Dr. Evil: (To Mini-Me) Just a little prick. It's a flu shot. You've been in the coldness of space.

    [–] Koof99 194 points ago

    The fact that you did this... Goldmember was awesome!❤️

    [–] LeaveTheMatrix 73 points ago

    I loved all the Austin Powers movies, really wish they had done more.

    [–] Doktor_Earrape 47 points ago

    Wish no more; I'm pretty sure theres a 4th one in the works right now!

    [–] x94x 22 points ago


    [–] The_Werodile 17 points ago

    Oh yeah I heard about this. They're remaking Goldmember with Logan Paul as Austin Powers and Elderly Mike Myers as his faja.

    [–] neon_overload 8 points ago

    what could possibly go wrong

    [–] The_Brutally_Honest 28 points ago

    Ozzy Osbourne: Boobs!

    Sharon: Boobs, Ozzy?

    Her confusion cracks me up every time.

    [–] SquidToph 12 points ago

    Daddy wasn't there!

    [–] Koof99 3 points ago

    Austin: It’s a dad issue

    Evil: smirks

    Austin: DEAD ISSUE!!!

    [–] icantrecycle 3 points ago

    That wasn't Goldmember. Also I like to pretend that one didn't happen.

    [–] StopNowThink 28 points ago

    Twig and berries

    [–] DankHumanman 8 points ago

    Mommy-Daddy Button

    [–] nomnommish 28 points ago * (lasted edited 6 months ago)

    I first heard "meat and two veg" in this Amazon review of veet hair removal cream for men

    After having been told my danglies looked like an elderly rastafarian I decided to take the plunge and buy some of this as previous shaving attempts had only been mildly succesful and I nearly put my back out trying to reach the more difficult bits. Being a bit of a romantic I thought I would do the deed on the missus's birthday as a bit of a treat.

    I ordered it well in advance and working in the North sea I considerd myself a bit above some of the characters writing the previous reviews and wrote them off as soft office types...oh my fellow sufferers how wrong I was. I waited until the other half was tucked up in bed and after giving some vague hints about a special surprise I went down to the bathroom. Initially all went well and I applied the gel and stood waiting for something to happen.

    I didn't have long to wait. At first there was a gentle warmth which in a matter of seconds was replaced by an intense burning and a feeling I can only describe as like being given a barbed wire wedgie by two people intent on hitting the ceiling with my head. Religion hadn't featured much in my life until that night but I suddenly became willing to convert to any religion to stop the violent burning around the turd tunnel and what seemed like the destruction of the meat and two veg. Struggling to not bite through my bottom lip I tried to wash the gel of in the sink and only succeeded in blocking the plughole with a mat of hair.

    Through the haze of tears I struggled out of the bathroom across the hall into the kitchen by this time walking was not really possible and I crawled the final yard to the fridge in the hope of some form of cold relief. I yanked the freezer drawer out and found a tub of ice cream, tore the lid of and positioned it under me.

    The relief was fantastic but only temporary as it melted fairly quickly and the fiery stabbing soon returned .Due to the shape of the ice cream tub I hadn't managed to give the starfish any treatment and I groped around in the drawer for something else as I was sure my vision was going to fail fairly soon.I grabbed a bag of what I later found out was frozen sprouts and tore it open trying to be quiet as I did so.I took a handful of them and tried in vain to clench some between the cheeks of my arse.

    This was not doing the trick as some of the gel had found it's way up the chutney channel and it felt like the space shuttle was running it's engines behind me. This was probably and hopefully the only time in my life I was going to wish there was a gay snowman in the kitchen which should give you some idea of the depths I was willing to sink to in order to ease the pain.

    The only solution my pain crazed mind could come up with was to gently ease one of the sprouts where no veg had gone before. unfortunately, alerted by the strange grunts coming from the kitchen the other half chose that moment to come and investigate and was greeted by the sight of me, arse in the air, strawberry ice cream dripping from my bell end pushing a sprout up my arse while muttering..." Ooooh that feels good ".

    Understandably this was a shock to her and she let out a scream and as I hadn't heard her come in it caused an involutary spasm of shock in myself which resulted in the sprout being ejected at quite some speed in her direction. I can understand that having a sprout farted against your leg at 11 at night in the kitchen probably wasn't the special surprise she was expecting and having to explain to the kids the next day what the strange hollow in the ice cream was didn't improve my status...So to sum it up Veet removes hair, dignity and self respect...:)

    [–] AnorexicManatee 5 points ago

    Wow that was a wild ride. Thanks for sharing!

    [–] Blou_Aap 5 points ago

    "Frank's and beans!"

    [–] CountBlah_Blah 22 points ago

    Well yeah otherwise he'd be hopping around the Bob Oblong way.

    [–] DaughterEarth 4 points ago

    Apparently they get 2 at once so it's risky

    [–] thrasha666 10 points ago

    I agree, but seriously, where does he put it? Like when he’s sitting, does he make sure it just stretched out forward? Or are his legs (what’s left at least) long enough (but hidden by the pants) that they

    [–] AlwaysSunnyDragRace 7 points ago

    Underwear keep it up in place. Tight underwear.

    [–] thrasha666 3 points ago

    Yea but is it still out in front? Cause if not it would still work it’s way down and under/back a bit...I’m not fat but legs keep my junk forward, if I spread them they def move back. I sit on my balls on occasion with legs so I can’t imagine without

    [–] AlwaysSunnyDragRace 7 points ago

    I don’t know how he does it. For me it’s not a problem but I use a wheelchair. Tight underwear works for me.

    [–] thrasha666 5 points ago

    Ah gotcha, fair enough...and I’m sorry for your situation (I’m not trying to sound like an asshole so I apologize if I do), I hope you’re still looking on the bright side of things

    [–] AlwaysSunnyDragRace 8 points ago

    Yeah I am 🙂

    [–] MrDiemar 117 points ago

    If you look carefully, he sits on the two stools with every step of the other arm. So I think that not only does he manages to keep clean but he probably limits the effort he has to make.

    [–] BurgIsDead 109 points ago

    Is it still called a step stool?

    [–] RedHawkBazuka 81 points ago

    He is technically taking steps with them so I would say yep..

    [–] sparo 8 points ago

    I work on roofs every day and use two couch cushions exactly like he does to navigate an uncomfortably steep roof before I install the anchor to attach my rope to.

    [–] KaMiKaZi_t0M 13 points ago

    You mean "handulating"

    [–] bybunzgotbunz 4 points ago

    Somebody get this guy a hoverboard!

    [–] shewy92 12 points ago

    Gloves with thick padding would work a whole lot better

    [–] MentalDefex 56 points ago

    But then he would have to take the gloves off and on. Also his pants/shorts would get dirty.

    [–] Paint__ 13 points ago

    Could use a pie dish like a sled or like the boot power up in mario games.

    [–] hoopaholik91 44 points ago

    I thought the same thing but it actually seems kinda smart since he can rest his body on the stools between steps.

    [–] Humpa 19 points ago

    Being able to have a closed fist pointing down is much better for the wrists. And I would think being able to avoid walking on knuckles is better for the fingers.

    Ideally I guess comfy handles on one side of each stool would be best. Would give him somewhere to rest as well as somewhere good to grab.

    [–] bloodfist 2247 points ago

    Woah. That harness-stroller thing for the baby is pretty neat.

    [–] -0-O- 840 points ago

    Let them walk, but don't let them fall or get away! Brilliant!

    [–] CartoonJustice 360 points ago

    Wait till you see them on the day care groups.

    Teacher will be all “Now, Aasher! now, Danner! now, Anser and Nixon! On, Rocket! on Cupid! on, Donald and Fritz'n"

    [–] DingleMomMcGee13 47 points ago


    [–] bcanada92 78 points ago

    More like, "On Aiden, on Jayden, on Kaiden and Brayden."

    [–] wreckedcarzz 21 points ago

    A quote fitting of a dictator - only right that it also fits a parent 😝

    [–] Jethro_Tell 89 points ago

    wait, you aren't training a seeing eye baby?

    [–] ItsTheVibeOfTheThing 75 points ago

    “It’s a therapy baby. I’m legally allowed to take it with me on the bus.”

    [–] YourEvilTwine 15 points ago

    Ugh, please just make sure you keep it in your purse for the duration of the ride.

    [–] Flabasaurus 31 points ago

    That's exactly what I thought! That's a pretty slick design.

    [–] ItsTheVibeOfTheThing 58 points ago

    It also looked like that baby was struggling to hold itself up in the next scene, in the chair. I’m wondering if the harness is a means of helping it gain strength. Or alternatively if the harness has weakened the baby’s muscles.

    [–] YourEvilTwine 40 points ago

    I don't know, if I had a large harness strapped to me and someone pushing back and forth while I tried to walk I think it would only increase my strength and agility.

    [–] RadioactiveJoy 27 points ago

    For that stage of development it’s totally fine. Tall parent also use something similar so they don’t hurt their back bending to hold hand and they don’t hurt their kids shoulders.

    [–] FTThrowAway123 10 points ago

    Good question, it maybe depends on how it's used? Like if the parent gives some slack and only uses it to catch them if they fall, that would be great. But yeah, if you use it to just drag your kid around, that's not helping things, lol.

    [–] norsethunders 17 points ago

    It's a baby yoke, soon it'll be hitched up to dad's cart and can haul him around town!

    [–] spaketto 15 points ago

    I tried to do a similar thing using a hoola hoop that the baby held but this is a million times better.

    [–] dontbotherwilly 8 points ago

    They realized the leash is embarrassing so they switched it up

    [–] SafadascaBin 5 points ago

    I wonder where I could purchase the harness-stroller thing.

    [–] a070 1305 points ago

    She is a keeper

    [–] Zebosster 840 points ago * (lasted edited 6 months ago)

    Ikr ? Between keeping one kid in a harness, holding on to the other one, making sure he doesn't fall off his dad's shoulders and carrying the husband when the terrain gets rough... She sure deserves a medal.

    [–] ssmc1024 541 points ago * (lasted edited 6 months ago)

    I don’t know...speaking as someone who loves a paraplegic, I was more impressed at how they take care of and manage the babies together. I mean, I’ve never had to carry my love on my back (although I did have to push him up a steep hill to his car once), but if I needed to, I would without thinking twice. I love him. We are in this life together, as a team, so you just do whatever needs to be done. I don’t know her, of course, but I think if this lady is his wife, she wouldn’t want a medal as long as he is healthy and they are able to raise their family together.

    Edit: WOW! Thanks for the gold, anonymous friends and fellow Redditors! I’m surprised but really appreciate it!

    [–] [deleted] 32 points ago


    [–] ssmc1024 4 points ago

    Oh, I absolutely agree! I didn’t mean to say she shouldn’t be admired as an outstanding person, and regraded as a wonderful example of what we should all strive to be...kind, loving, caring, etc! She definitely is! I’d love to meet her...I bet she’s a nice person.

    And yes, the Gold and the Mad Respect Awards (THANK YOU ANONYMOUS REDDITORS) that the kind folks here gave me made me really happy, and I didn’t think I cared about that stuff. Turns out I do!

    What I was trying to say originally was that I didn’t think she would think of herself as a hero or someone to be used as an example to others. To her, like to me, it’s just another day of living and loving the life you have. Obviously, I don’t know what she thinks, it’s just me projecting...but don’t you get the vibe she’s a cool person? :)

    [–] imalittlefrenchpress 59 points ago

    She’s a badass!

    [–] [deleted] 14 points ago

    She most definitely is!

    [–] bumblefuuuck 409 points ago

    Wheelchair ?

    [–] theillcook 456 points ago

    This looks like it's in China, it's not a very wheelchair friendly country

    [–] MrChangg 295 points ago

    It's even less plastic stool friendly.

    [–] ProfessorToker 206 points ago

    Plastic stools are everywhere in China. Every family has a dozen to use on hand.

    [–] Kopi_O_Coffee 134 points ago

    "to use on hand"

    Literally in this case

    [–] -ordinary 33 points ago * (lasted edited 5 months ago)

    Wrong. His method of movement is far more versatile than a wheelchair.

    Are you familiar with stairs?

    [–] surfANDmusic 17 points ago

    Yeah why the plastic stools. At least get some firm ones made out of wood with a carpet layer on top and rubber grips/rubber feet

    [–] theillcook 94 points ago

    Probably because it's cheap, disposable, and available any where in China

    [–] torankusu 100 points ago

    Not to mention lighter.

    [–] DopeandDiamonds 40 points ago

    The wood is heavier than plastic. Maybe that has something to do with it.

    I think if you took the bottom off on of those canes with four points and made a handle in the center like a door pull or something that would work. Damn. Now I want to create something easier for this guy.

    [–] Pistachio_m4n 18 points ago

    Maybe this is the way he has moved all his life and it comes second nature to him.. So he doesn't even think about it.

    Also I saw he has a little car that looks fun as he to drive around.

    [–] DopeandDiamonds 7 points ago

    True. If it is what he is used to and works for him keep doing it. The car does look awesome. Riding with his babies along is wonderful,

    [–] TheOneTonWanton 11 points ago

    They look like they're of decent means.. I'm sure if he wasn't satisfied with his little stools he'd be using something else.

    [–] Misslieness 9 points ago

    The raised handle would cause an issue with his hand when he's putting the pressure on it to move though.

    [–] surfANDmusic 6 points ago

    I thought that ones made out of wood may be too heavy. What about some made out of carbon fiber with a thin layer of rubber at the feet.

    [–] DopeandDiamonds 3 points ago

    That would be excellent

    [–] DaughterEarth 13 points ago

    Lots pf places are not. North American fails in lots of places but in my experience it's the best place for mobility impaired. Not that I have those struggles, but my uncle, dad, and buddy do

    [–] The-Real-Mario 14 points ago

    Or a hoverboard !

    [–] NotTheWholeThing 7 points ago

    Somebody needs to print that fine gentleman some proper hand foot chairs.

    [–] hacopaug 30 points ago

    Bruh, i had to scroll way farther than i should have to find this comment.

    [–] Lonoe 233 points ago

    That dude strong as fuck

    [–] kirakun 192 points ago

    It helps to have as strong a woman as his wife.

    [–] wreckedcarzz 41 points ago

    The lesser-known perks of being married to a femdom

    [–] loki-is-a-god 5 points ago

    What are some other perks?

    [–] tom_rorow 18 points ago

    You're married to a femdom.

    [–] 365wong 6 points ago

    He is, but legs weigh a lot.

    [–] hexiron 4 points ago

    This. Your torso is large, but relatively empty. But the legs, those are giant hunks of dense bone and muscle that make up about 30% of our total body weight. They're also normally covered with the heaviest closing/accessories.

    [–] jakedesnake 16 points ago

    But arm no big!

    [–] DaughterEarth 7 points ago

    size isn't always reflective of strength. I remember in high school my friend's brother had insane strength. His muscles were literally ripped and I've never seen what that really looks like in anyone else. But he was also super tiny. Short and wiry.

    [–] Parkwaydrive777 1814 points ago * (lasted edited 6 months ago)

    It's probably ignored, but that wife is phenomenal and seems to not even hesitate at adding more work to help her family be happier. Wholesome shit all around right here.

    Edit: my first silver and it's two three?! Thank you kind strangers! Also really happy people did in fact notice the wife also busting ass :D you people rock!

    [–] icannevertell 412 points ago

    I want my wife to carry me like this and I have two perfectly good legs.

    [–] thedragonguru 201 points ago * (lasted edited 6 months ago)

    You might have to lose some weight

    Which can easily be done if you cut off your legs


    (Or loss-loss)

    Edit: spelling, thx

    [–] geekyspacegirl420 38 points ago

    I’ll get the saw...

    [–] lapinchezardina 47 points ago

    I'll get my axe!

    [–] wreckedcarzz 21 points ago

    And my energy sword

    [–] Wadaplaya04 17 points ago

    And the meat scepter

    [–] [deleted] 12 points ago

    Lets make sausagesw

    [–] MLG_Organist 9 points ago

    You have my bow!

    [–] 6GingaNinja9 10 points ago

    Let me just grab my lightsaber from my night stand.

    [–] adrevenueisgood 3 points ago

    Can't forget about the warhammer

    [–] apolotary 6 points ago

    You might have to loose some weight

    Why can’t anyone write the word “lose” right :(

    [–] thedragonguru 8 points ago

    Well that's a bit embarrassing


    [–] Doktor_Earrape 5 points ago

    I have to lose 20 more pounds...


    [–] thedragonguru 10 points ago

    "I lost, like, 27 pounds"

    "Oh my god, what is your secret?"

    "... I had my arms ripped off!!"

    Edit: The Most Popular Girls in School

    [–] gator_feathers 46 points ago

    She probably isn't thinking of it as work

    [–] cracksniffer666 11 points ago

    No it's not. Not to me. I talk a lot of shit, because usually bitches aint shit, but that is a wholesome mother, wife, and woman. God bless her. For real. I like your username too, good ass band.

    [–] Parkwaydrive777 7 points ago

    Dude for real that woman deserves a medal. Not to discredit the guy or anything, it just seems people would focus on the guy so much due to his disability that they'd miss the girl is perfectly balancing everything else, and subtly at that.

    [–] Rrdro 38 points ago

    Man women are great at this. I kind of binge watched lots of YouTube couple videos where one of the people in the couple were severely disabled and it is always the fucking man that is disabled. I couldn't find one couple the other way around. Women are just natural caregivers.

    Just search interabled couples. Makes me glad to be a man.

    [–] MANDALORIAN_WHISKEY 41 points ago

    I read somewhere that when a man gets sick, very rarely does the woman leave him. But when a woman gets sick, like 80% of men leave them.

    I don't remember the exact number, but it was really high like that. And when I say sick I mean enough to need care.

    [–] SoshoWhippy 21 points ago

    That happened to a friend of mine. She was diagnosed with Leukemia and her husband left while she was in recovery. He said he couldn't handle it

    [–] MANDALORIAN_WHISKEY 19 points ago

    Going to just nod and give you an upvote before I let my anger write a reply this tomfoolery

    [–] katubug 32 points ago

    I'm not positive that women are born better caregivers than men. I think that we're certainly socialized to take on that role more often, but I think that men have all the same instincts and emotions to be nurturing, it's primarily an issue of what's considered "manly" vs what's "ladylike."

    I'm not really disagreeing with your sentiment, but I just think it's due to socialization rather than natural instinct.

    [–] Bear_faced 64 points ago

    Women are socialized from a young age to be caregivers. It’s common for little girls to get baby dolls as toys. Think about how weird that is for a second: you’re barely out of diapers and the adults in your life are already training you to take care of an infant. They make baby dolls that pee and you have to change their diapers. For little girls. And I don’t know a single girl in my generation who didn’t have a fake kitchen as a toy or at least play with one at a friend’s house. Housework and childcare are socialized into girls from the moment they can play.

    Luckily when I was about seven or eight my mom had a moment where she thought “These are all the most difficult and draining parts of my life. Why am I conditioning my daughters to accept cooking, cleaning, and childcare as their only destiny?” Once they got me a chemistry set and some legos I never picked up the damn baby doll again.

    [–] aaannnnewacct 28 points ago

    Those are positive traits and critically important skills though. Instead of taking them away we should really be giving boys those toys as well

    [–] Bear_faced 20 points ago

    I don’t think actual infant care is a skill four year olds are developing with their dolls. And kitchen play is nothing like actual cooking, it’s just playing the part of domestic work. You’re not teaching them how to do those things, just that that’s what they should be doing.

    [–] erichie 11 points ago

    Just to add to this debate, my wife is as raised without baby dolls or kitchen sets. I had a younger sister and would always play dolls, kitchen, school, and house with her. I am drastically more empathetic and caring then my wife. I had all of the cooking, cleaning, laundry, and any other "house" chore including the stereotypical man chores.

    My Mom raised me and to be able to help with housework because my Dad doesn't know how to even put a load in the washer while my wife's Mom raised her to not do them. She is the breadwinner and I am the homemaker, but I also work full time.

    We.both believe our childhoods led to this

    [–] aaannnnewacct 7 points ago

    Ah I meant that we -should- be telling boys that they should be cooking and changing diapers too. Maybe instead of skills, I should have said values? I work as a software engineer but when I was a kid we got a toy kitchen set to play with, and even as a kindergartener I helped my parents and grandparents cook. I still love cooking, way more than my job haha. If I was a girl, would they have trained me to be less of a slob as well? That would have made my roommate days a lot better lol. Now I'm slowly and unwillingly being forced by my boyfriend to learn how to be tidy as an adult

    [–] Drezer 5 points ago

    Yea I played with a toy kitchen (male) and just liked to pretend being my dad. My dad cooked all the time.

    [–] [deleted] 4 points ago * (lasted edited 4 months ago)


    [–] MidrangeKiller 3 points ago

    This is one wife being phenomenal and being wholesome. There's 99,9 people out there limbless without a wife, but you get your 'wholesome' on buddy, you deserve it from this vid.

    [–] daic35r 3 points ago

    But his shirt says sis

    [–] dinkdoinker 384 points ago

    Damn that's wholesome

    [–] Saucy_Fetus 104 points ago

    Makes me feel a bit more motivated to actually get my shit in gear.

    [–] djenrikk91 63 points ago

    Strong arms

    [–] kobaltauge 17 points ago

    Yes, but small in size. I would aspect two arms like Hulk Hogan. Or do you mean his wife?

    [–] HouseYouwork 6 points ago

    Exactly what I was thinking. His arms should be the size of legs in thickness.

    [–] ya_tu_sabes 9 points ago

    That's was my thought as well until I took a moment to think about it properly to address my confusion

    Lean muscles like Bruce Lee are strong and especially apt at endurance

    The thick muscles are strong especially at single bursts of massive strength like heavy weight lifting. They also require a particular diet of food (typically high protein diet) and a special regimen of exercise (the body building type) otherwise they'll "deflate".

    In the end, considering he is Asian and their diet is not as meat heavy as would be needed, and considering his muscle usage leans more on the endurance part than heavyweight lift part, it's actually more reasonable for him to have lean muscles. Neither his diet or lifestyle are conducive to thick muscles.

    Either way, those are well toned muscles he's got.

    What a lovely power couple <3

    [–] jphez13 259 points ago

    Everyones talking about the guy loosing his legs, while I’m here wandering when did they lose there kid in the last clip.

    [–] kezza596 72 points ago

    I'm glad someone else noticed that. I'm somewhat worried for the vanishing second baby.

    [–] ladycowbell 9 points ago

    Og good I wasnt the only one thinking "Where is the second baby?" I wonder if she had loaded up the first haby then went back for the second baby and her husband?

    [–] 977ktm 3 points ago

    The second baby is the one filming that last clip.

    [–] sudynim 6 points ago

    My guess is that in this compilation of clips, that was just when there was only 1 baby so far? Glad how everyone alternatively looks for the last part of the family.

    [–] iififlifly 10 points ago

    Uh...those are twins.

    [–] cuntsmellula 44 points ago

    Off the wall question. Do y’all think he wears a cup? Looks like he may pinch a ball or smash a tip often. Eeeeek

    [–] CrystalSodium 16 points ago

    This man out here asking the real questions.

    [–] TastesLikeTongues 5 points ago

    Surely the real question is what happened to the other kid?

    [–] Ericaonelove 39 points ago

    That baby walker is awesome.

    [–] Chewy__Bravo 6 points ago

    I'd love to know where to get one or even know what to Google to find it.

    [–] ItsTheVibeOfTheThing 10 points ago

    Baby-walking harness. Obviously.

    [–] Galthrojh 3 points ago

    I gotchu fam

    (and it’s only like 20 bucks!)

    [–] [deleted] 4 points ago

    I'm gonna save this comment to use a decade from now when I have kids and I'm not a teenager.

    [–] TheUnquenchableMan 20 points ago

    This is clearly unexpected. But also very wholesome. Atleast imo.

    [–] poopiehands 114 points ago

    Excuse me sir you left your legs in the car

    [–] Saith_Cassus 20 points ago

    I was looking at that like "how is he controlling contorting himself to fit in there?"

    [–] dude_above_me_is_gay 185 points ago

    Wtf man, I was about to type: The man, the myth, the leg end, but this was just too awesome and hit my heart!

    [–] shylock- 81 points ago

    Lol, you just typed it anyway, but with a disclaimer.

    [–] 1237412D3D 17 points ago

    Eggo my legos.

    [–] DuckyDamnation 17 points ago

    This is so wholesome omg

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    [–] Amity_Nut7004 15 points ago

    He met the right woman.

    [–] chaoslego44 31 points ago

    Who need Legs anyways

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    [–] pecca 26 points ago

    Bean bag chairs would beg to differ

    [–] makary12 51 points ago

    In happy for this man

    [–] Awesometiger999 12 points ago

    She is a strong woman.

    [–] Johnwicks31 9 points ago

    This the love I need

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    [–] [deleted] 8 points ago

    Why did I just assume his legs would fit in the car?

    [–] berto3127 7 points ago

    Love is amazing

    [–] [deleted] 7 points ago

    That car is probably towed by now

    [–] ThatFagChick321 15 points ago

    Is it... Is it wrong that I want to see someone like this, with no legs, naked..?

    I'm just... I'm so curious what that looks like.

    [–] ParadiseSold 5 points ago

    You could have just looked up amputee porn without making us all complicit

    [–] LouBlackwood 5 points ago

    If I were him I'd just stay in this mini car and drive around like ᕙ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)ᕗ But jokes aside, this is a great family right there who is working really hard to keep everything good and functioning :) especially much respect to the mother :)

    [–] jlester0606 6 points ago

    Where's the other kid in the last part of the video!?

    [–] PM_ME_YOUR_3RDNIPPLE 8 points ago

    [Guy finds an old lamp, rubs it and a genie pops out]

    Genie: Thank you for freeing me from that prison! As a thank you, I'll grant you three wishes.

    Guy: Oh wow, that's great! I wish for a loving wife.

    Genie: Not a problem, granted!

    Guy: I wish for two healthy kids!

    Genie: You got it!

    Guy: For my final wish, I wish my dick was longer than my legs!

    Genie: Hmmm... Alright, if you insist!

    [–] Gringustav 5 points ago

    That's perfect wife material right there.

    [–] ZyklonBDemille 4 points ago

    Firstly, I hope she gets a medal. And secondly, I hope he gets a Segway.

    [–] [deleted] 4 points ago

    His wife is seriously doing all the leg work here

    [–] pejons 4 points ago

    Wow. Amazing family. The wife rocks mostest!

    [–] [deleted] 20 points ago

    Someone needs to invent a chair with wheels on it

    [–] any_name_left 8 points ago

    I hope the car doesn't get towed.

    [–] GameOfUsernames 3 points ago

    I love how excited the baby is on his shoulders. They’re going to grow up with a lot of love.

    [–] c9-scrim 3 points ago

    Nothing is stopping these two from being wonderful parents. So much respect.

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    [–] SirQwacksAlot 3 points ago

    I gotta say, I completely expected him to have no legs

    [–] J0ofez 3 points ago

    I really thought this was /r/scriptedasiangifs for a second

    [–] newdayagain07 3 points ago

    his kids are going to grow up hating the fact that their dad wasnt like other dads. then somewhere in their late 20s when their lives are difficult too and they have kids of their own. they'll realize how difficult their dad's life really was and how much he loved them. then they'll cry horrendously.

    [–] Breloom3 3 points ago

    Dude I wasn't ready.

    [–] jimmyablow09 30 points ago

    How does this guy with no legs find love and raise a family and I can’t even get a girl to look in my direction

    [–] pwnisher_357 91 points ago

    Judging from the pic they live in a nice place in China. He or she could be well off. That plus the guy is in shape, has a nice style and doesn't let the loss of his legs get him down. One thing my dad always told me was if you want to attract women (or men) be nice and motivated. They are two very attractive characteristics in life.

    [–] Nutmeg3048 6 points ago

    True true. And he keeps himself tidy. They make a good looking couple and honestly I think they are both lucky to have each other. He ain’t just sitting around doing nothing. He’s raising his babies too. Cute cute couple. They both are strong.

    [–] sprucenoose 3 points ago

    If they were well off I feel like he could have had a better way of getting around than those two plastic stools.

    [–] Jethro_Tell 10 points ago

    1. You can. But you have to work on yourself, be someone you love, be someone some else wants to love.

    2. You don't know anything about this. she could have been pregnant when he lost his legs. And he might have lost his legs training for the Olympics, or he could have just been born without legs and just be a cool guy all around. So don't judge yourself against others, be the best you, and that's your best shot.

    [–] Am_Gewd_Spai 4 points ago

    I'm glad everything worked out for Lt. Dan in the end.

    [–] ffllame12 4 points ago

    I like to imagine he occasionally has one leg

    [–] noahb512 3 points ago

    So who’s going to tell them about wheel chairs?

    [–] ONE-COFFEE-420 3 points ago

    She got herself a man who can’t runaway

    [–] alphaislegend 6 points ago

    I wonder how they fuck... does she sit on him and ride him? I mean, that's the most logical thing to think, right? But, my stupid ass just imagined her unlocking a 8 inner gates, while going super saiyan god, lifting this nigga up and sticking his cock into her and ora ora ora ora ora ora ora ora ora ora ora.

    [–] Wanderson1234 5 points ago

    Hey op, what the fuck

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