If you've ever stared at a particularly delicious-looking baby and thought, "Wow! That baby looks like a pear!" then you are not alone. China is also thinking babies and pears look equally edible.
Using a plastic mold, farmers in China have started growing and selling these adorable/terrifying pears shaped like human babies.
But then we have to wonder, where do we draw the line?
How do we know when it is acceptable to eat a pear or a baby when the distinction has grown so foggy and casual?
We must always ask ourselves, is that a pear or a baby?
OK, this one's easy. That's a baby. Just a delicious, juicy little baby.
This one's a bit harder. Are those cheeks, or delicious pear-curves? So rosy and fresh. Of course it's a baby. Of course. We knew that. We don't want to eat it. No, no.
That's definitely a pear. Let's calm down.
This is why we had to stop inviting Karen to baby showers.
This pear looks sour.
It's a baby I wish was a pear.
Oh, damn, that's one delicious-looking baby. I mean pear! Oh, God! The horror!
It's a carnivorous baby! I mean pear! I mean baby!
"Is that Fred?! You made me eat Fred! He was my friend! You're a monster!"
Oh, God, we've turned them all into baby-eating pears. Advertising, what have you done to our society?
Well, this devolved real quick.