By Anonymous - 27/01/2016 19:43 - United States

Today, I was sitting in the living room with my husband when we heard a baby coo. This would have been adorable, if we had a baby. FML
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Maybe the stork brought it.

Are there cats around? Cats make some weird-ass sounds that don't sound like cats, but they might sound like babies.

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Well now you have a baby

The bad news is that it's a ghost

Congratulations

Maybe the stork brought it.

Damn thing always delivers to the wrong address!

something in your house maybe picking up a baby monitor? probably on the 2.4ghz range

I would've said that OP's house is haunted and that they should leave and never come back but that sounds like a more logical explanation.

If I were i would leg it. But FYL anyways

I'd prefer to arm it but that's just me.

Are there cats around? Cats make some weird-ass sounds that don't sound like cats, but they might sound like babies.

Parrots and birds can imitate baby sounds quite accurately too!

Cats do that on purpose because it instinctually gets humans to pay attention to them. Cats are evil

#13 Wouldn't the birds need a baby to hear the cooing from so it can imitate it?

I have no idea why but your comment made me actually laugh out loud #5. Instead of the usual blowing extra air through your nose.

I'd be like, "No thank you." And then gtfo

Time to move house...maybe burn it down. You have a creepy child haunting.

Is it possible it came from the TV? I mean, most people don't sit in silence in their living room.

Who said they were sitting in silence? They could've been talking.

Nobody is assuming that they were sitting in silence.

this is not an FML. just 2 people hearing things

Maybe your neighbour has a baby?

Ya, I was thinking the same thing. If they live in a condo/apartment or townhouse you can often hear things through the walls. And certain sounds/pitches, can travel more than others.