August 19th, 2009 at 10:00 am
A song by a couple single girls about everything obnoxious with pregnant women.
Pregnant Women are Smug from Erika Lindhome on Vimeo.
Did you feel this way before you had kids? How do you feel now. Did you fall into any of the cliches in the song and did it surprise you?
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*disclaimer* I loved being pregnant, having a kid changed my life, and I think pregnant women are really cute. That being said, pregnant women are ridiculously annoying. I was dying laughing at this song! Whether you like their lyrics or not, you have to admit that those ladies are talented.
I concur with everything tallash said — this is quite amusing! Is the dark-haired girl the one who played the weird lawyer’s even weirder girlfriend on “Scrubs”??
This video made my day.
ROFL I love it!!! That was hilarious. Isnt that dark haired girl the one on that hillshire farms (GO MEAT)commercial?
That’s Garfunkel and Oates. Classic.
They’re both actresses so you’ve probably seen them all over.
LOL! I have to admit I spent my entire pregnancy nauseous, so when I see these pregnant women who walk around as if they are above it all I want to slap them.
Comments You do realize those gals want attention & fame so they say silly things and hope we’ll say oh you’re soooo funny. Feeling good about being pregnant, not caring if you are having a boy or a girl or wishing for a healthy child and saying so is normal & healthy. If someone really reacts badly to hearing these things they’ve got some issues to work through (start now!). Also, although most women DON’T say it, most of us realize that giving birth to a human being is probably one of the most important things we’ve done in this life. Having a laugh is ok, kindness and support is better. Love to you all (even the bitter & angry & truly smug among us).
[...] They Say: Pregnant Women are Smug and Creepy [...]
Hahaaaaaa! The part about NOT CARING about the *secret name* business, OMG – ROFLMAO – that is SO true.
All thier friends must be getting pregnant…. I thought it was funny.
I didn’t find it particularly hilarious so maybe I just don’t “get” it. RE: asking questions about the pregnancy when you don’t really care about the answer. Don’t ask! Most pregnant people would welcome a normal conversation. One where they didn’t have to answer when they were due, what they were having or what they’re going to name the baby.
That was one of the most annoying & stupid videos I’ve seen. I sensed a lot of jealousy, & didin’t even let the whole thing play. Yes, they are “talented”, but they also were very rude. I suggest the little brunette stick to her annoying GO MEAT commercial. (Okay the commercial is funny… this on the other hand, is not).
While I thought that some parts of this were funny (simply based on the irony that I myself have said some of these things “as long as its healthy”) I do sense that overall whomever wrote this song might have a big of envy or jealousy working in their veins.
While I thought that some parts of this were funny (simply based on the irony that I myself have said some of these things “as long as its healthy”) I do sense that overall whomever wrote this song might have a bit of envy or jealousy working in their veins.
All those who commented saying these singers are jealous, you don’t know what you’re talking about. I hate children, I never want to have any & I think their lyrics are wise indeed. They’re hilarious.
Pregnant chicks are nutts & think they’re the center of the universe. I work at Sears, I see them everywhere walking around with their big bellies. Then I see them post-pregnancy walking around with their strollers, back down to earth with bags under their eyes, yelling at their retarded children because they’re constantly misbehaving.
Serves you right, hoe.
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