By now I’m sure you’re all familiar with the most popular laws of nature. There’s the Law of Gravity, the Laws of Thermodynamics, and even Murphy’s Law. However, with all of mankind’s technological advances recently, there really haven’t been any new laws of nature discovered.
That’s right my friends, today I have uncovered a natural phenomena that is more dependable than the tides of the ocean. Just as all great discoveries, mine had it’s own special subject matter. Newton had his apple. Archimedes had his screw. Me? I had a diaper.
This brings me to Nature’s newest certainty. I call it “The Pampers Principle”.
Simply stated, the principle says:
A baby’s propensity for defiling a diaper is proportional to the freshness of said diaper and inversely proportional to the distance from the baby’s mother.
In layman’s terms:
If a baby has a new diaper and the mother is far away (leaving the father in charge), you can guarantee that the diaper’s destruction from within is imminent.
If you doubt me, I challenge you to put this to the test. Send mom to the store, and then put a fresh diaper on your little cherub. You’ll see.
The proof is in the pudding*.
*Pun absolutely intended