- A dad recently took to social media to do a hilarious 'product review' on what it means to be a parent
- Like a salesman pitching a new product to potential clients, he reviews his two-month-old baby from the hair and cheeks to tantrums
- "You can get a baby from around three grown-up transactions a day if you know what I mean," he explained
What exactly does it take to make, have, and raise a baby after delivery? That's a question many of those who are yet to be parents ask.
A dad recently took to social media to do a hilarious 'product review' on what it means to be a parent. In a video shared on a Facebook page called Motherly, the humorous father talks about having a baby like a salesman pitching a new product to potential clients.
With the baby in his hands, he made it known that he just got him about two months ago, and some of the most notable features include good quality hair and kissable cheeks.
"Overall, he's a pretty good baby until he is hungry, he goes crazy," he expressed.
He went ahead to recommend babies for any family, especially couples who are just starting out.
"You can get them from around, you know, three grown-up transactions a day if you know what I mean," he continued.
On whether or not he would have more, the proud dad was hesitant to give a conclusive answer.
"Would I have more? Errr, I don't know, but I have him," he says, a sentiment that resonates with most parents, especially after the first baby.
The review may have come out as a father simply having fun with his little one, but it brings out pertinent issues that people looking to have children need to know.
His video lit up the internet as hordes of people fell in love with his sales pitch, with some adding that his approach could easily make them consider having a baby or adding more to what they already have.
Briefly News previously reported that Yazid Surajo, a young man with a tertiary qualification, has said he prefers his scavenging work to staying idle.
The young man has tried to get a white-collar job but with no luck and he decided to engage in a menial job to survive.
Speaking with Daily Trust, Yazid said he applied to the Nigerian Army, Navy and Air Force but none of the applications was successful.
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