Sunday, April 25, 2010

Bab-E Drool

So Bab-E Brother has entered "The Drooling Phase" of the first year of life. You know, the phase where babies drool like a leaky faucet turned on full blast 24/7.

I remember having this same thought with both Big Brother and Little Brother, but people: we need to figure out SOMETHING AMAZING TO DO WITH ALL OF THE BABY DROOL.

I'm thinking something like using it as an alternative fuel source.

Think about it. Baby drool could help us eliminate our dependence on forein oil.

Baby drool is the perfect alternative fuel source. It's clear, mostly odorous, and won't make the hole in the ozone layer bigger. And the best part is that there's virtually an endless supply.

Sure, it might require babies to spend a brief period of time in little drool-harvesting pods, kinda like in the Matrix, but hey it's for a good cause.

So, I need help from you, dear readers, about how we can turn baby drool into an alternative fuel. Let me show you what I've come up with so far (I borrowed my model from the South Park "Underpants Gnomes" episode):

Step 1. Obtain baby drool.

Step 2. ...

Step 3. Profit (aka Fuel)

Who's on board? We can put the logos below on the bottles.

Have a good week,


  1. Step two... that's always the problem, isn't it? Wonder if Stephen Hawking's available...

  2. I'll help you put the logos on bottles, but you are going to have to figure out how to collect the drool from all the babies out there. Maybe parents could collect in containers and put the drool on the curb to be picked up and recycled for your fuel source.

  3. Gramm-E, good idea! You could probably manufacturer some type of bib that has a collection cup for the drool. This would be parents with many children get paid extra for their drool contributions? Love, aunt-e

  4. My 2 year old still drools occasionally. Getting a bit worried that she will show up at college drooling.

  5. Step 2: Purchase bridge in Brooklyn. Big one, made of bricks.

  6. @The Dotterel: We should ask him. He'd be a big help.

    @Gramm-E: Yes, we'd need parents to help us with the collection, otherwise they'd have to loan us their children for awhile.

    @Aunt-E: I like the bib idea.

    @DC Urban Dad: I'm worried that Big Brother will have to take his prom date to Granola Bar Hut.

    @O'Shea: Please explain.