Could This Baby Be The Next MacGyver? [Gif]

Submitted by: bobclean 6 years ago in Funny

You can"t keep THIS baby locked up!
There are 58 comments:
Female 34
@T-Marley I love you
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Male 487
my son just runs at the gate and blows it out of the door frame
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Male 602
Well there is only one way to fix that. Electricity.
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Male 2,703
saw a better escape from a crib on AFV, he was wise enough to hang onto the rail after going over so he didn`t make a loud noise or get hurt from the fall, he had also thrown his pillow down where he was going to land
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Female 182
love how he got the pillow first awwwww
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Male 351
to close to breaking his neck with his own weight. had his head been tilted a little bit more back.
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Male 794
man, now all the mexicans will know how to cross the border.......damn it kid, stop giving them good ideas
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Male 3,076
nopp didn`t use a paper clip or duct tape
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Male 1,193
Tommy Pickles
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Male 5,194
>>Was I the only one who saw that and thought "Oh, nice mom. Just tape him while he breaks his neck."

Same thing I thought. Apparently her wacky internet video was more important.
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Male 304
genious
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Male 588
Now I want to see what this kid can do with a hammer.
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Male 474
now give the kid a toy screwdriver and prepare to be amazed
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Male 1,744
BRILLIANT!
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Female 1,329
First it`s a baby gate, then it will be a prison gate.
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Male 737
notTHATbored - that`s true, but by the time the kid`s this big, if there is any fontanelle left at all, it`s tiny. It fills in from the edges.
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Male 226
Nothing tommy pickles couldn`t do.
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Male 740
That was an inch away from a disaster..
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Male 2,988
future free runner
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Female 235
This kid is dangerous. He must be stopped at all costs.
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Male 3,310
When I was two months old I jumped the Grand Canyon. Lengthwise!
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Male 3,894
Was I the only one who saw that and thought "Oh, nice mom. Just tape him while he breaks his neck."
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Male 1,526
trollolololol
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Female 9,557
My brother was doing this at 9/10 months, I`m serous!
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Female 1,101
@Ajikan STFU. Have you ever felt a babies soft spot? It`s gross to imagine it punctured, although somehow not as gross to imagine it hammered as you had mentioned. That said I hope it was clear that I was JOKING.

Also said baby might still have a soft spot. I had to look it up because I was curious.

"The time frame on when the anterior fontanel will close varies. On average, it closes at around 18 months but it can close as early as 9-12 months."
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Male 1,021
My baby daughter did this from a crib about 4 or 5 feet from the ground. But the floor had carpet at least plus the pillow she threw down.

Babies are crafty.
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Male 3,745
"*pfft* Tommy Pickles just used a screwdriver."

someone here still remembers the OLD rugrats...my faith in humanity has been restored even if only for a moment...
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Male 25,417
babies are very crafty
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Male 15,510
More like Mission Impossible kid!
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Male 737
Come on, guys. A baby this age doesn`t HAVE a soft spot.
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Male 4,680
*pfft* Tommy Pickles just used a screwdriver.
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Male 7,808
awesome, but quite dangerous.
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Male 1,526
NotTHATbored
Their soft spot is on the head? Unless you imagined it being hit over and over with a hammer I have a hard time understanding why your gag reflex was triggered. You must give horribl||
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Male 39,524

This needs the `Mission: Impossible` theme song
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Male 531
MacGyver - the early years
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Female 1,101
"It`s all fun and games until somebody punctures their soft spot."

LOL! Thank you for that, I think I just threw up a little in my mouth!
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Female 382
I love how he just throws his body willy-nilly over that gate
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Female 212
My nephew still does this. You should see what he can do with a platic screwdriver and an empty chip bag. Deadbolts don`t stand a chance.
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Male 271
@Dragonluna
you mean to tell me you were doing that when you were like 2 or 3 huh yea no didn`t think so
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Male 5,194
>>It`s all fun and games until somebody punctures their soft spot.

Or a C4-C5 green stem fracture resulting in paralysis.
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Female 8,043
baby got skillz
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Female 525
Adorable! As long as he didn`t get hurt, but I think his flop was complete so he should be ok.
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Female 4,086
smarter than the average politician
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Female 158
No, this is not the next McGyver. It`s just a kid who found out the floor is hard and pillows are soft.
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Female 4,039
It`s all fun and games until somebody punctures their soft spot.
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Male 10,855
Nice!
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Male 773
lemonstand
Female, 18-29, Canada
134 Posts Wednesday, March 2, 2011 11:22:06 AM
*flop*

This.
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Female 812
Why in .gif?
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Female 180
Cute kid. :o
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Male 7,123
Smart kid, stupid parents.
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Male 390
awesome little kid
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Male 84
on 2nd thought why is the parent filming there child pottentially land on his head, or maybe thats why it cuts out straight after because the poor little man does smash his head on the floor
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Male 2,034
Whoever was filming the original video is a crappy parent. Even if there`s a pillow there, little dude could still come down straight on his head.
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Male 84
that is awesome, that kid has an all or nothing thing going on right there
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Male 1,587
wow that is a lot of forward thinking for a child that young. That is beyond the typical development stage of a what, 1.5-2 year old?
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Female 169
*flop*
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Male 11,739
Next stop, Alcatraz.
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Male 80
Link: Could This Baby Be The Next MacGyver? [Gif] [Rate Link] - You can`t keep THIS baby locked up!
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