Parents have always looked forward every year to watch their kids in a Nativity play. It is all about the birth of Jesus Christ, the epitome of innocence and purity — until one mom unintentionally made it X-rated.
Helen Cox bought her son Alfie a nice shepherd costume on Amazon. The fit was right, and the five-year-old boy looked good in it. So what is the problem? The fancy attire came with a blow-up sheep s ex toy!
The clueless mom put her order into another bag with her son’s name on it to bring to school on the day of the play. Helen was then puzzled when a teacher told Alfie to take the sheep home.
The cute sheep was a nice touch to Alfie’s whole look, and it came with the costume, so Helen was confused why it wasn’t allowed. When she blew it up, the mortified mom finally understood why the teacher didn’t want it to be part of the wholesome play.
Helen found out that the inflatable sheep had a huge hole in its bottom as well as red lips and eyelashes. In other words, it was a se x toy.
“I told him, ‘You can’t have this sheep Alfie,’ but he kept asking why so I had to make up a reason. I told him it didn’t look like a proper sheep because it had a mustache, red lipstick and a bow on its head, but he still wanted to play with it. I couldn’t think of any more reasons why not.”
The understandably panicked mom has now been forced to tell his son that the hole is for the “sheep’s toilet paper.”
“He’s probably in his room right now stuffing Lego in the hole. I just can’t believe it. I don’t know whether to laugh or cry! How am I going to explain this to his teachers?”
20 Creepy Guys Who Dressed Up As Santa Claus
The kids are traumatized for life!
As the famous carol says, Christmas is indeed the “season to be jolly” and perhaps no other figure embodies that joy better than the wel-fed, bearded man in the red suit we all know as Santa Claus.
Jolly Old St. Nicholas has always played a huge part in yuletide celebrations across the world. He’s a symbol of cheerfulness and generosity. He promotes the spirit of gift-giving and kids look forward to finding presents from him on Christmas day. After all, he made a list and checked it twice to find out who’s been naughty and nice, right?
However, there are instances when Santa himself doesn’t look as joyful. In fact, the photos below show us men dressed up as Father Christmas but in very strange, creepy ways....
Pro Artist Responds To ‘Fans’ Asking For Free Drawings In The Most Hilarious Way Possible
He taught them a lesson they won’t forget anytime soon.
Jon Arton makes a living doing what he loves most – art. His amazing photorealistic masterpieces have earned him a lot of fans and clients in the industry.
However, his artworks have also attracted suckers who just want just want to get stuff for free. In fact, Jon says he gets a lot of messages all the time, asking him if he can draw them without charge. What’s worse is that some of them can even be quite demanding!
Professional artist Jon Arton often gets bugged for free art.
Good Samaritan Tries To Save Christmas Decor That Looks Like A Dangling Man
He was so genuinely concerned!
A Texas home decorated to look like a scene straight from a 1989 Christmas classic gave a man quite a scare, prompting him to call 911. The good Samaritan thought he was responding to an emergency after he saw what appeared to be a person hanging from a roof, tangled in Christmas lights.
Christmas-mad homeowner Chris Heerlein’s festive display showed homage to the iconic scene from “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation” where Clark Griswold (Chevy Chase) dangles from his house while putting up decorations. Unfortunately, his display appeared to be too real for Alfred Norwood Jr.