'Pregnant Women Are Smug' Video Will Totally Crack You Up (VIDEO)

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pregnantSome women love being pregnant, others don't. Some people love pregnant women, others ... find them smug and annoying, what with their growing a baby inside of themselves and all. Comedy duo Garfunkle and Oats are among the latter group -- and they just made a hilarious video explaining why pregnant women "give them the creeps." Spoiler alert: The video features the ladies being vaginally "birthed" at the end! Check it out.

I happen to enjoy a pregnant woman myself (perhaps because I haven't really encountered too many smug pregnant ladies), but I hear them on the, "Oh, I don't care what it is, as long as it's healthy." Hell, I said that myself before I found out the sex of my baby! And in most ways, it was 100 percent true. All I did care about was that my baby was healthy. But in other ways ... I was totally hoping for a girl. Of course I didn't say that, though.

Anyway, whatever your feelings are towards preggos, this video should put a smile on your face because it's silly and fun. And because of the fact that at least one of these adorable ladies will probably be pregnant at some point in their lives!

Do you find pregnant women annoying?


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Jodi 'Box' Crain

lol I love these girls!! i've been listening to them for years now!

nonmember avatar D

I'm pregnant and this cracked me up! Especially the "we're not telling part". Although I can understand not wanting to share the name until the baby is born because of everyone's annoying unwanted opinion! Too funny:)

fleur... fleurdelys3110

This is hysterical! Personally, I find it annoying how all pregnant women constantly rub their stomach. I always think, "what on earth did you do with your hands before you had that bump?!" I know that's nit-picky, but it drives me CRAZY.

Rhond... RhondaVeggie

Rubbing your belly isn't smug. It's normal. That stretched out skin and the kicking tends to make bumps a little sore and itchy so it's natural to rub it.

You can't cross your arms in front of your torso. You can't put your hands in your pockets because most maternity pants either have no pockets or tiny ones. You can't rest your arms on a table if you can't reach it and the same goes for your lap. The bump is a natural place to rest your hands.

fleur... fleurdelys3110

Rhonda, I didn't say rest, I said rub. I feel like it's ok to do it once in a while for the reasons you describe, butto do it all the time in the middle of conversation with a large group of people just seems smug to me. I guess we don't have the same perceptions. Agree to disagree.

fleur... fleurdelys3110

Also, the "not telling" part really cracked me up! My future SIL wouldn't tell us the baby's name (or sex) until he was born. She was afraid someone would steal the name (not that anyone else in the family was pregnant at the time). As if anyone would steal the name Hugo! 

nonmember avatar Nicky

Omg the I'm not telling is my biggest pet peeve. I could honestly care, woman, you're not a celebrity, I'm just trying to be nice and feign interest in your fetus! Also the moms and dads who purposefully don't found out the sex and act like there's something superior about them, like I guess they want an award for patience? IMO it's just dumb, it makes it harder to buy things and connect with your unborn baby. That's smug.

nonmember avatar Jenn

I'm 8 months and I don't like rubbing my belly in public. I may rest my hands there from time to time, but I feel like rubbing it brings attention to me and and my belly and I don't want that attention! I actually find myself put my hands toward my back on the hips just to give my belly some support. And then I probably waddle. Sigh.

vamom08 vamom08

I use to sit a plate on top of my belly I got that off of the movie Hush so whats wrong with a expecting mother rubbing her tummy.

paren... parentalrights1

People give unwanted opinions about name choices and genders all the time so pregnant women don't owe explanations.


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