It is a known fact that if you have man-junk, the art of changing a diaper is probably mystifying to you. And even though Channing Tatum has many superpowers, knowing how to properly take care of infant poop isn’t one of them. I guess that’s because most teenage boys don’t babysit neighborhood youngsters to earn their American Eagle/Maxim/Zima money, they usually cut grass or something else that’s gender stereotype-y.
Demonstrating that even Magic Mike has a rational fear of little babies, Channing Tatum discussed his cluelessness with People magazine:
“I don’t have friends who have kids, so it’s going to be an interesting experience to learn how to change a diaper. I hope I don’t have any problems where the diaper falls off and the baby poops on the ground.”
It’s interesting to see hear what men ponder when it comes to parenting, because I’m going to go out on a limb and say that’s probably the last thing Jenna Dewan-Tatum cares about right now. Because, you know, she has to carry the baby around and push the thing out and all that stuff.
But because he’s the Sexiest Man Alive and appears to be number one in the Husband Hall of Fame, he’s not going to sweat the small stuff that comes with being a new parent. He then went on and put most husbands to shame (as usual) by claiming diaper duty and going on and on about how he pampers his wife, loves his wife, doesn’t deny his wife anything… blah blah blah.
What I really want to know is, how is the Dewan-Tatum offspring going to feel when his future classmates make fun of him for having his parents meet and fall in love like this: