Best Dad Ever Got a Pharmacy to Make "Monster Spray" For His Daughter
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A dad in Sooke, British Columbia, bought his daughter Mya some "monster spray" to ward off any creepy creatures that might be lurking in her bedroom at night.

The photo of the monster spray was posted on Reddit, with an official pharmacy label reading: "Spray around the bedroom at night before bedtime and repeat if needed."

Dee Vivian, the pharmacy technician who printed the labels, told BuzzFeed Canada that the father brought in the bottle and asked her to print off a couple labels. She didn't even charge for it.

The dad had apparently gotten the idea from other photos posted online.

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Better luck next time, monsters. You won't be messing with Mya ever again!

New babies kind of have a reputation for adorable Michelin Man style fat rolls. Apparently, 7-Elevens in Japan have started selling pull apart bread loaves that look exactly like those chubby baby arms. Parents have started taking pictures comparing the two with a hashtag that, according to Uproxx, translates out to #MyBaby'sGotTheBestBreadPhoto.

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You might need to 3D print yourself a Kleenex after watching this.

Thirty-year-old Tatiana Guerra lost her sight when she was 17, and now she is 20 weeks pregnant.

Just in time for Mother’s Day, Huggies Brazil has released a new video called “Meeting Murilo” in which Guerra receives a very special surprise.

In the clip, Guerra is having an ultrasound done, and the doctor asks her how she imagines his face.

“Oh I imagine him, well… his nose like a little potato. A small mouth, a chubby little hand,” she replies. “I can’t wait to smell him.”

While she can’t see the image herself, the doctors secretly 3D-print the image and present it to her so she can feel and “meet” her child for the very first time.

At the top of the sculpture “I am your son” is also printed in braille.

“I’m very happy to meet Murilo before he’s born,” she says in tears of joy. “Thanks, Doctor.”

It’s basically the opposite of how Princess Leia felt when she saw Han Solo trapped in carbonite for the first time.

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