Dad/youtuber/overall funny guy Woodsie has uploaded what is possibly both the most hilarious video ever and also the creepiest. 

While yes, the images are pretty disturbing, it is also causing us to hyperventilate with laughter.

We can’t un-see this!

Or this:

Ahhh! We can’t look away.

The app is called “Face Swap Live” and it literally swaps faces with whoever you’re recording with. So naturally, give that app to a silly dad and he’ll swap faces with his baby, thus creating the trippiest, weirdest, and most hilarious videos ever.

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Check out this adorable baby go from laughing to “evil eye” in seconds. You can’t help but laugh along with him…

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Who would’ve ever thought that blowing your nose could cause such an emotional roller coaster? This little baby watches as his mom blows her nose, and his reaction is priceless…

It goes without saying that motherhood is more than a full time job; it’s 24/7 with no breaks.  

While sure, that’s the beauty of motherhood, it’s what also makes it exhausting. Here are 13 photos that every mom who needs a night off/night out will totally relate to. This can also easily be turned into a drinking game. Take a shot every time you see a photo and think, “That’s me!” Spoiler alert: it’s every photo.

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This video is EVERYTHING! 

Christina Applegate is absolutely flawless in this hilarious Funny or Die video about prenatal pole dancing. We honestly can’t contain our laughter while watching this. If you need a good, hardy laugh, this video is for you.

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Yeah, but no. This baby may not know the difference, but we sure do! 

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Two new parents-to-be decided to surprise their parents (aka their new baby’s grandparents) with a wall full of baby memorabilia and their due date.

We’re officially in holiday season, people! Which means lots and lots of family time! 

With tons of family dinners and events on the horizon, you’ll be spending plenty of time with your mothers and mothers-in-law. Take this quiz for a much needed respite from reality, and find out who your Jewish TV mother is! Mazel tov!

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Anyone who can talk to a dog in a normal person voice is not human, right?

We can’t help that our voices go up ten octaves when we see a cute little scrunchy pug face, or that we sound like we’re talking to a newborn baby every time we take our golden retriever for a walk. Dogs are some of the best creatures on earth, and deserve to be treated as such. Take this quiz to see just how ridiculous your dog baby voice is, and embrace it! Dogs for life.

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It was one of those days. The boys were fighting. Nonstop fighting. “Max looked at me!” “Harrison said he didn’t want to play!” “Max isn’t playing what I want to play!” I’m used to this, I hear it practically every day. As I affectionately say quite often, they were being total assholes (I say this behind their backs, so this makes it totally okay, right???) But on this day, my husband had had it.

“I’m sick of this. They’re going to hug out their bitchiness,” he said, walking into the living room. I was just thrilled to not be the one handling this round of bickering.

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I don’t remember exactly what was said, but I clearly remember the end of the conversation. Sorry’s had been said and my husband told the boys to give each other a hug.

“Awww, isn’t that sweet? Now, you hug it out for five minutes. I’m setting the timer, hug out your anger, and when the timer goes off, you’ll be buddies again.”

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So for five whole minutes, there my kids stood. Pinching each other’s backs, squeezing just a little too tight, digging their toe nails into each other, and letting out under the breath growls at each other. When they parted ways, hubby reminded them that if there was anymore fighting, they would be hugging it out again (this time for longer). We were treated to a very quiet house the rest of the afternoon. Hugging out the bitchiness seems to be temporarily effective for those moments that you just can’t take the whining and complaining one more minute.

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Having a day like that with your kids? Just remember the phrase “hug it out bitch.” Hug. It. Out.

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