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unbabyme-list

I just installed unbaby.me, the browser extension for replacing Facebook baby photos with photos of other, more interesting things. After you set it up in Chrome, it drops you on the configuration page, which features a RIDICULOUS list of keywords they use to locate babies.

Here it is:

year old, so adorable, our family, just learned to walk, years old, month old, months old, so adorable, pajamas, eating solid foods, crawling, so cute, is precious, is too cute, look at those cheeks, cutest baby ever, newborn, and mommy, looks like dad, toesies, just like mom, looks like mom, mother and, father and, cute baby, can’t wait to meet, gorgeous baby, infant, new addition to the family, first ballgame, day old, bundle of joy, birth, ultrasound, baby feet, lbs oz, toddler, carriage, cradle, gave birth, little one, sonogram, preschool, first day at school, gerber, wait to meet him, wait to meet her, little gift, pregnancy, born today, now a father, first birthday, grow up so fast, baby boy, baby girl, 1st birthday, is growing up, diaper, diapers, tiny toes, all snuggly, binky, pacifier, bib, onesie, sockies, gerber, such an angel, what an angel, little angel, little princess, daycare, tantrum, won’t stop crying, is finally napping, first steps, carseat,

Since there’s a good chance your eyes just glazed over upon seeing that wall of text, here are my favorite of the above keywords for finding and removing babies:

  • “bundle of joy”
  • “won’t stop crying”
  • “sonogram”
  • “look at those cheeks”
  • “tiny toes”
  • “lbs oz”
  • “little angel”
  • “first ballgame”
  • “can’t wait to meet”
  • “is finally napping”
  • “grow up so fast”
  • “diaper”
  • “toesies”

Someone had to do a lot of research to make this list.

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