Last week Gut Check explored the do's and don't's of dining out with children. Although the little ones don't always make for the best fancy-dining companions, kids and food are often a recipe for hilarity -- especially when the mess is being made on your computer screen and not the floor of Morton's.
5.Babies Eating Lemons for the First Time
4. Baby Trashes Bar in Las Palmas
The Verve's "Bittersweet Symphony" becomes the soundtrack for the sadistic pleasure of sleep-deprived parents everywhere. After the infants stop kvetching, you can hear the sound of the bond of trust severing forever.
3. Baby Eating Watermelon
Dressed like a European tourist on Caribbean holiday, this little lady has a few too many bottles of the good stuff and wreaks havoc on a bar filled with puppets -- think Muppet Babies Gone Wild.
2. Ham Face Girl
It's Nature vs. Babies in this video, and it's hard to tell which species has the upper hand.
1. Party in My Tummy
She's adorable. She's potty-trained. She eats her own face. This youngster channels a baby-faced Hannibal Lecter and declares her affiliation with the Food Network. Some may say this is what comes of allowing your child to play with her food, but we prefer to blame Guy Fieri. There are no kids in this segment from the popular Nick Jr. show Yo Gabba Gabba. But there are crying carrots in this video, which illustrates the digestive system as a Hedonism resort for food, with chicken and cheese mingling in a grape juice-soaked orgy. It doesn't get any better than this.
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