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This guy probably doesn’t have a future as a player with the ball in his hands.
Gender reveal celebrations, which have been gaining in popularity in the last few years, often in conjunction with the parents-to-be, trying to come up with new and unique ways in which they can make their baby’s gender to friends and family. A family in California did just that — even though it’s not in the way that they had hoped for.
Hilarious pictures of the gender reveal-gone-wrong, it was shared on Twitter by Jesus Duran, who claimed that he was the brother-in-law of the mom-to-be. In it, Duran’s female cousin is throwing a ball filled with coloured powder to her husband, who is waiting for you to swing in with a baseball bat.
We are sorry for the mom-to-be, and that he did not hit a home run.
After five swings-and-misses, the seemingly-frustrated, the father-to-be took matters into their own hands, and he threw the ball up in the air myself… and lost.
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This time, however, the ball exploded into a cloud of red dust, from which it appears that the couple is expecting a boy.
“It was supposed to be just a regular sex, to reveal to them, saying that they’re at a baseball gender reveal, but not all of them played baseball or softball, ha, ha,” Duran told me that My 9 NJ. “The reaction of the family and it was great because everyone was giving him a hard time, because it’s so funny.”
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As for the gender reveal, and must not have gone according to plan, at least at the time there was no controversy. Unfortunately, the same could not be said to be of a different gender, revealing in September, and after a couple of with the help of a hippo to help them with their ceremony at a zoo in dallas, Texas.
A video clip of Jonathan and Bridgette Joseph, the throwing a watermelon filled with blue Jell-O into the hippopotamus’ mouth, causing a mouthful of controversy on social media, with critics taking issue with the food dye, the animal was made to eat, and another has called it “the worst generation to uncover it.
The zoo later suggested that the animal be engaged in the disclosure and was not harmed in the process.
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The man who held it to be, it was too awkward to say, “thank you God”, it was revealed the couple is expecting a baby boy.
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This is the story of the the additional reporting from Fox News’ Alexandra Deabler.