Newborns: menthol only

“A stranger offered her baby clothes and a cigarette.”

Did the stranger offer baby clothes to a mommy?

Or did the stranger offer clothes for Mommy’s baby?

English is such a complicated language. “Offered her” has two different meanings, “baby clothes” can be interpreted two different ways, and we haven’t even gotten to the cigarette.

This could have been a scene out of Who Framed Roger Rabbit?

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