We hold our hands up to not being able to make heads nor tails of an ultrasound image.

 

In the early days, we definitely need a little guidance in finding what we’re looking for.

 

 

Well that wasn’t the case for Reddit user Brewhaus3223 who knew straight away what he was looking at.

 

After careful inspection of the image, this expectant dad was delighted to find out his wife was giving birth to a sports car.

 

Not quite, but it’s impossible to deny that this ultrasound picture bears quite the resemblance to a very familiar car.

 

My wife is pregnant with a sports car from funny

 

And like any self-respecting joker would, this dad posted the image to Reddit and the responses were funnier than the picture itself.

 

One user was curious about the gender of the unborn vehicle saying:

 

“Is it a Boygatti or a Girlarri?”

 

While another thought of the perfect Instagram caption:

 

“The All-New Ford Fetus!”

 

But our favourite has to be the one who turned this into a blockbuster hit:

 

“The Fast and the Fetus”.

 

Speaking to SomeCards, the already father-of-one spoke about his wife conceiving their first child through IVF and was shocked when this time it happened naturally.

 

“A miracle happened and my wife became pregnant naturally – well, as naturally as you can when you’re carrying a car.”

 

All jokes aside, a huge congratulations to the couple who have announced they are expecting a baby boy.

 

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