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World's Most Evil Baby


It's not been the best few week for kids on Shortlist. After we warned all against the dangers of trusting angelic faced girls, we now have worrying evidence of the sick sense of humour that exists amongst babies.

While the majority of the human race find the sound of a baby crying to be incredibly hard to listen to, this mini-Machiavelli takes great, almost hysterical, delight in his twin sister's upset.

As the cries worsen, the cruel laughs increase and we're left with a frightening sign of youth in this country today. If crying is funny at this age then what next?



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