Scrap that. This is an 11-month old baby with a bong.
Baby and bong showed up on facebook.
Baby’s 19 year-old mother says the bong has no drugs or tobacco ….make that ‘tabacco’ in it, so it’s no big deal, really. Apparently, Mom saves the real stuff for herself.
“If u look at the picture u can see that there is no bowl in the TABACCO pipe,” she responded, with grammatical and spelling errors. “And i took a pic to show one (expletive) person and it was a mistake. I would never ever ever let him get high.”
So basically, Mom says there’s no harm done. It wasn’t real. It was just practice for later. Baby has a terrific future learning how to use a bong from Mom. Learning spelling, grammar and punctuation from Mom does not appear to be a possibility though.
Baby’s name has not been disclosed because baby is a minor, to say the least. Naming him will be saved for the future after he gets better at using the bong and is indicted.
In the meantime, Mom might find herself indicted right now. Even worse, Mom doesn’t even see what the big deal is. Make that the (expletive) big deal. She can’t understand why anybody would do this to her over this silly thing.
“Do you realise how serious this is? i can go to jail and he can be taken away from me. WHY would you do something so (expletive) stupid?” she asked. “i know what i did was stupid but i would NEVER put by baby in harm. im so nice to everyone idk (I don’t know) why you would do this to me.”
Somebody needs to explain to Mom that everyone indeed does understand how serious this is. Soon, Mom will understand as well. As a side note, though, she should be very grateful that having horrendous English skills is not also an indictable offense.
Baby will probably get to watch Mom be indicted and declare herself a victim– and then Baby can learn how to be an indicted ‘victim’ right along with how to practice using a bong. He can store that knowledge away for use in his promising future.
With any good luck, Baby will be living somewhere else soon.
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