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Hey, why can’t I vote on comments? Cracked only offers comment voting to subscribing members. If you’re already an awesome Cracked subscriber, click here to login. Tiaras and crack babies, the U. But if you want to freak out a set of American parents, just let them see some of the habits that are considered routine in other countries. Americans — even ones from New York — tend to freak out at the sight of unattended children, as a Danish tourist found out in 1997.
Not one, but two different worried New Yorkers took the time to walk into the restaurant in hopes of finding the abandoned toddler’s parents, begging whoever owned this child to just get her off the street. 30 in Times Square,” they probably argued, New Yorkerly. The couple refused, leaving their baby outside for a whole hour while they enjoyed dinner. If anyone tries to sell you crack, just make sure they don’t rip you off with bunk shit. Here was their defense: It turns out that in the mom’s hometown of Copenhagen, leaving your kid outside while you grab some dinner or a latte is as normal as not leaving your kid outside while you grab some dinner or a latte in New York.
The restaurants are small and smoky and crowded, and the sidewalk is as safe and unattended as the Muppet Baby nursery, apparently. Parents all over Europe have no problem littering the streets with the fruit of their loins. But just to be on the safe side, they usually strap a bomb in there as a deterrent. Not only do European criminals not kidnap babies or their high-end strollers willy-nilly, European police are totally used to seeing kids out on the street unattended. It’s not like we can’t make another one for free. No, that’s not a stock photo with a white background. For generations, Northern European moms have seen the bitter air of Old Man Winter as a healthy supplement to their babies’ routines, as if babies are like cheese and will get moldy if left at room temperature.