At some point in your life, you've probably heard the phrase "Don't judge a book by its cover" and well, even though its corny and annoying, the saying more often than not proves to be right. This story is the perfect example why! The story begins when a loving Grandmother was shopping in a Barnes and Nobel store and wanted to buy her Grand Daughter, a cute little book called "If Animals Could Talk". Harmless enough, right?
Once six-year-old Emmersyn sat down with her dad to read the book it became very clear that this tale was not for children. With pages covered in pictures of Polar bears with coke problems, well-endowed horses, and a generally foul-mouthed Weiner dog, this cute storybook was hilariously inappropriate.
Luckily for the public, Emmersyn's mom shared the photos to Twitter for us all to enjoy.
I’m dying. My mom bought this book for my 6 year old and I just called to ask if she had actually opened the book. She hadn’t. 😂😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/inYCEaZKpV— tiffany (@Tiffany1985B) October 4, 2017
I couldn’t even talk when I called her. Here’s the first page: pic.twitter.com/gRvuNrxMCX— tiffany (@Tiffany1985B) October 4, 2017
Lol no! But here’s another funny one: pic.twitter.com/MvSlcteN1k— tiffany (@Tiffany1985B) October 6, 2017
The bear didn’t touch your salmon bro pic.twitter.com/uYdjGDNPBW— tiffany (@Tiffany1985B) October 4, 2017
OMG please let this be available as an Audible book by Samuel L. Jackson.— Schadenfreudelish (@aggierican) October 4, 2017
That's the best Grandma Foul ever.— Becky Kevoian (@BobsFunGirl) October 4, 2017
I love this more than anything I have seen in weeks!!!— Alex F. Baldwin (@VerumVulnero1) October 4, 2017
Where did she find this!? I'd love to find a copy!— Jennifer Leah (@babyface1939_3_) October 4, 2017
I just looked at more of it looking for the puffer fish and was dying. pic.twitter.com/xD1fnDZH8f— tiffany (@Tiffany1985B) October 4, 2017