Some babies look elderly. Reddit has found a way to celebrate them.


This post is part of Hard Refresh, a soothing weekly column where we try to cleanse your brain of whatever terrible thing you just witnessed on Twitter.

We've all come across babies who seem older than they really are — by about, um, 70 years.

Often, it's temporary. I, for one, looked like my mother's tax accountant until I was six-months-old. And I've come across more than one infant who looks like they'd rather play solitaire on the computer than make dumb faces at millennials.

The subreddit r/OldBabies has 'em all.

The community collects photos of babies who appear to be senior citizens in various states of aging. I can't stop scrolling through, and frankly I have no intention of stopping. Read more...

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