The only thing creepier than a pair of babies playing footsies underneath the covers is the realization that these feet are supposed to belong to one baby.
Portuguese fabric softener Ypé (pronounced “Yipee!”, which I assume is Portuguese for “What’s wrong with that baby!?”) continues the trend of using babies and fluffy animals to promote the softness of their product. But only Ypé promises horrifying anatomical mutations when applied to baby’s blanket.
Ypé: the difference is in the softness and the backwards limbs.
Bryce is our new writer from the hugely popular site Clients From Hell.