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Ford Mustang Baby Gender Reveal Does Not Make Momma Happy

Through the power of the Internet, we have seen baby gender reveals take on a variety ...

Through the power of the Internet, we have seen baby gender reveals take on a variety of different theatrics. In these videos, the parents to be are in the dark most of the time and hand their friends or potentially someone who could create some sort of surprise a sealed envelope with the gender of the baby inside. Afterward, gthey might have a party or small get together with that surprise that lets everybody in on exactly what gender the baby is going to be.

Now, most of the time, the events surrounding such a happening are quite festive. Everybody is happy and excited to see if the baby being welcomed into the world is going to be a male or female. This time, however, we check out a gender reveal that has a plot twist in the story line that leaves this mother not looking too happy. In fact, with her initial reaction, you’d think that something had gone incredibly wrong here.

With the help of a pair of Ford Mustangs, one being a 2016 Coyote powered car and the other being a 2017 GT350, colored powder is released into the air with pink meaning girl and blue meaning boy. It appears as if the red car is filled with powder that represents her first child and the white GT350 is pumping out the powder that will represent the gender of the new baby, so that’s the car to watch!

We watch intently as the cars sit there and eventually get fired up to reveal that, the baby growing in mom’s belly is, in fact, a boy. Just when you thought that mom would be jumping for joy, the video takes a different twist. I’m not sure exactly what the story is behind the reaction of this mom-to-be but, something really tells us that she was hoping with all of her might for a girl. Be sure to tell us what you think of this gender reveal.

 





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