It seems there's nothing more dangerous than gender reveal parties.

Whether it's a terrifying fireworks mishap, a fist fight at Applebees, or a 47,000 acre forrest fire, it seems no one is safe from the dreaded gender reveals.

The latest victim of the party's reign of terror was a father-to-be who had no idea what he was getting himself into.


The video, entitled "Gender Reveal May Be for Only Child," was taken by the soon-to-be father's grandmother, who surely regretted she was there to bear witness.

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Twitter viewers agreed: after a hit like that, this will probably be the last gender reveal party this father will be having.



More than a couple ball jokes were dropped.

There were also those on Twitter who thought this was yet another sign gender reveal parties should be done away with.



The injured father didn't get much love after his hit!


And this isn't the only gender-reveal mishap to be captured on tape!

Countless women have been injured by over-zealous men playing "baseball."


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If your hand is in an alligator's mouth, you've done something wrong.

In some cases, an accident can even result in broken bones.

*Warning: video contains sensitive content!*

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If you're about to have a baby, you might want to consider forgoing the gender reveal party...that is, if you want your child to have a happy, healthy parent.

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