Ype: Fetal Footsies

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.

Photoshop Disaster

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

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  • MisterUnderhill

    Not to mention the fact that for this photo to even be remotely possible, the baby would have to be on its stomach… under a blanket… suffocating. All in the name of fabric softener.

    • jdm8

      Baby legs are often like that, their hip joints are naturally very flexible. The baby’s head can easily be off the frame. Normal baby blankets are pretty small.

  • AJRodrigues

    Well the language is Portuguese, but the product is not Portuguese, is Brazilian!

  • http://www.facebook.com/atagong Felix Atagong

    You are all so ignorant, obviously there are two babies and the blanket doesn’t cover their heads!

  • Luiz Amaral

    Yeah! That’s my picture!

    • Cropper

      Help out us poor Photoshop Disaster addicts and point us to the original.

  • http://www.facebook.com/samjudson Sam Judson

    You’ve obviously never seen how bendy babies are. I can completely believe that this could be a real photo.

  • http://www.facebook.com/samjudson Sam Judson

    You’ve obviously never seen how bendy babies are. I can completely believe that this could be a real photo.

  • http://AuburnNotRed.blogspot.com/ Auburn Not Red

    Lay down on your stomach, bend your left leg and place your right foot on top of it. It looks just the same. It only looks weird because of the blankets position. It’s more of an optical illusion.

  • Cezinha Galhardo

    The product is brazilian. Babies can actually do that.

  • http://AuburnNotRed.blogspot.com/ Auburn Not Red

    Lay on your stomach and bend your left leg and put your right foot on top. This is normal. It’s the blankets position that is giving it this optical illusion.

  • CarrieKate

    Babies can totally have their legs like that. Have you ever seen a baby?

  • http://profiles.google.com/funstraw Louis Melledy

    This looks wrong, unless you actually try it. It’s not just babies, I can do that. Also It’s an illustration, not a photo.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Lightstriker-Stormyhahaha/1046633734 Lightstriker Stormyhahaha

    Just cross your legs, turn one or both leg/feet and rub your big toe nails together. Its the same thing. We are just not used to seeing it at the Ype angle.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Lightstriker-Stormyhahaha/1046633734 Lightstriker Stormyhahaha

    OH Clients From Hell!!!! I love that site. Its been on my bookmarks for a long time.

  • ok

    Are 2 babys…

  • Bev

    I’ve had two bendy-babies, (named Gumby and Pokey, naturally), and I still can’t see any way that this pose is possible.

  • deABREU

    close, but wrong: it’s brazilian, not portuguese

  • Josemar Faustino

    Ype – Tabebuia sp.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tabebuia. It’s the tree, simbol of Brazil…