Why, hello there, everyone. Might I offer you the opposite of a snack or something to drink? Perhaps you’d care for a jug of bleach for your eyes, or a large paper bag for your barf? It’s time to put down that bag of mini-Snickers, because we’re just a few days from Halloween, and Fright Fest is getting even realer. It’s officially the (work) week of Halloween, and y’all should know by now that this year, homey ain’t playin’.
For instance, why post one or two vomit pics when I could post a whole round-up? Narrowing down “the best” examples was already difficult enough, so I said to myself, “Self, don’t deprive these good people of what they deserve — a VIP pass to the Vomit Emporium.” (I also posted a query on Twitter, to which a few enthusiastic people responded, "Round-up!!!", while everyone else following STFUP silently reflected on my idiocy.) So without keeping you in suspense any longer, let’s take a look at what you’ll find at the Upchuck Pavilion aka the Barf Bazaar aka the Vomit Emporium, showcasing the finest in emetic curiosities.
Until now, we’ve only been fortunate enough to see pictures of baby barf on a person’s clothes, but today, FINALLY, we get to check it out dripping down the side of a grown person’s face and covering one very lucky uncle’s (closed!) mouth. Very au naturel. Mary’s brother is truly a sad clown. It’s hard to understand why, though, considering he’s getting a coveted Baby Facial made almost entirely of liquid gold. His expression looks a little ungrateful to me.
Haha, how many of us have been caught on camera mid-throw up? I know for me personally, I’m always like, “Someone hurry and grab a camera, ‘cause I’m gonna puke!” but it never, ever works out. And don’t even get me started on attempting to capture the hilarity of someone else puking. Aarrgh! It’s not as easy as it sounds!
That’s why a picture like this, of Kimmi’s baby’s reflux, is so darn impressive: