Monday, March 28, 2011

What the hell?

For real... what the hell?

Is this ever ok?  I'm not saying I've never thrown a pop tart at the kids in the car as we race to school but that's in an emergency situation.  This is different.  Isn't it? 

I know these dolls are really popular so clearly I'm one of the minority but I don't really want my girls playing with dolls that look kinda like drunk 20-somethings at a Kid Rock concert.

There is lots to talk about here but what I'm amazed by are the fake teeth. 

Surely you've heard of this by now.  It's Abercrombie&Fitch's new spring KIDS line.  This is the padded triangle bikini that is marketed towards chilren ages 7 to 14. 

Click here to see the story of this atrocious product.

What the hell??  Right??


  1. So VERY, VERY wrong. The Oreo cereal actually made me kinda sick just looking at it. YIKES!

  2. Uh yes. WTH to all of them. I mean I love some Cookie Crisp now and then but it's a snack product not a breakfast product.

  3. Oh, I've had that Oreo cereal before. It must have made a comeback because I remember buying a box in college. It was damn good as a snack!

    I know you don't want to get me started on the rest of that crap so I'll keep it brief. I will never understand any parent that parades her child around like an adult with more makeup & less clothes than a stripper starts off with.
    And padded bathing suits for seven year olds??? What's next, a boob job at 16?

  4. What happened to rites of passage?

  5. The bathing suit actually doesn't bother me THAT much, because I was a boobless 14-year-old who wore the same size as a 10-year-old. It sucked. Now, obviously the idea of a 7-year-old in padding is just fucked up, but I'm thinking about the self-conscious younger teens who need the smaller sizes.


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