What's even better than Iggy Azalea's mega hit 'Fancy?' Answer: a parody of 'Fancy' called 'I'm So Pregnant' by WhatsUpMoms.
Instantly catchy and relatable, the 'I'm So Pregnant' will have you grinning and nodding along, recalling all the thrills and spills of being heavily pregnant. And if you happen to be expecting right now, work that bump, baby!
Much like this mom spoof of 'Let It Go,' 'I’m So Pregnant' has gone viral quicker than a pregnant lady climbing a set of stairs, with some 800,000 views in just five days.
The catchy chorus: "I’m so pregnant, you already know. I’m in the last month. I can’t even see my toes!"
According to an article in Today, the L.A.-based star and co-founder of What's Up Moms, Meg Resnikoff, isn't play acting, either. With two kids under five, she's currently nine months pregnant. Hopefully the response to the video should see her through the home stretch.
From acid reflux and constant peeing, stretch marks, swollen ankles and unsolicited belly pats from strangers, Resnikoff covers the gamut.
Have you seen 'Eyes on the Road,' a recent PSA from Volkswagen and Ad Agency Ogilvy Beijing?
Well, I have to hand it to the ad makers for the German car manufacturer, because this is one seriously clever way to drive home a safety message that too many people—if my drive to and from school is anything to go by—seem to be ignoring.
Staged or not, this effective ploy jolts unsuspecting viewers in a movie theatre.
At the risk of spoilers, simply watch the video, then share widely.
Oh, and P.S.: turn off your freaking phone at the movies, people.
Ever wonder why your baby pulls that face, like you're feeding them maggots on a tiny spoon? Well, the team at BuzzFeed Yellow has assembled its own taste test panel and conducted some fine investigative journalism to find out just how yummy—or yucky—store-bought baby food is.
As one panelist announces, "No wonder babies cry so much!"
The food tested looks, smells, and tastes like bones, nasty beer aftertaste, baby poop, Styrofoam, a hot dog with a Band-Aid wrapped around it or soaked in formaldehyde . . .
(Kinda relieved that I pureed most of my son's food when he was little. And secretly hoping it tasted better than the gross glop on this video.)
Their reactions pretty much sum it up—if you wouldn't be caught dead eating it, then don't expect your sweet baby to, either.
If you do DYI when it comes to baby food, don't miss this important recall.