Garrett R. Griffin has a pretty rational response if you’ve ever questioned why many babies appear to be in their senior years already. According to him, both infants and elderly people have too much skin in relation to their underlying bone structure. This essentially means that the extra skin has nowhere to attach to a bone, which is why wrinkles are visible. Fortunately, these wrinkles are only temporary, and we have no qualms about making fun of these babies who resemble our cranky uncle who is constantly moaning about how things were different in his day.
When you witness your parents kissing each other on the mouth
similar to your grumpy next-door neighbour
The elderly gentleman who constantly complains about the high cost of coffee nowadays
A Norwegian infant encounters the outside world for the first time.
“Why do we require all of this, Mom?”
Each grandpa’s joy when his grandchildren visit
In the thick of the selfie game
Too young to be becoming bald.
“No one is laughing at your jokes, Grandma.”
When your child is a carbon copy of Danny DeVito:
The brow of a 50-year-old man
“Could you please take me inside where it’s warm?”