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Remember that 80s movie Look Who's Talking where Bruce Willis was the voice of the chubby baby born to Kirstie Alley? I often wonder what newborns are thinking because they try to communicate much earlier than their voices allow them to. If they could put their thoughts into words, would they sound anything like those printed on the riotous Haute Stuff baby onesies?

Designed to look like a personal ad, these fetching tees say things like, "Adorable little girl seeking slightly older little boy. Must have hair. Need to share love of strained carrots." and "Speak in a week! Tired of crying for attention? I know lots of words and can teach them to you. Don't be a cry-baby! Let's talk!"

For more "grown-up" kids, they also come in toddler sizes with equally laughable wording.

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