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(SFGate)   "We have a French maid costume for a toddler," Jyoti says. "It's amazing."   (sfgate.com) divider line 131
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2006-10-28 01:56:18 AM
This thread is worthless without...
 
2006-10-28 02:04:54 AM
It's as if the Women's Lib movement never happened.

"Conservatives" everywhere rejoice.
 
2006-10-28 02:19:56 AM
How the hell do you pronounce Jyoti??

Jye - Oh - Tee ?? (rhymes with coyote?)
 
2006-10-28 02:22:38 AM
Can I get the french maid costume in a size 50 xxxl, with a pair of size 18 pumps?
 
2006-10-28 02:36:40 AM
Well, it's gonna be interesting trick or treating this year....
 
2006-10-28 03:24:45 AM
Meet Us at the Stick: How the hell do you pronounce Jyoti??

More like Jodi.

And seriously...the outraged mother named her daughter Storm?? Doesn't she know that's a stripper name??

/sorry Drew
 
2006-10-28 09:28:05 AM
Whatever happened to making your own costume? With all the storage facilities and goodwill stores in the US, surely you can find some old clothes to put something together for your kid or yourself (if you don't want to get frostbite)?
 
2006-10-28 09:30:45 AM
From TFA
www.sfgate.com
 
2006-10-28 09:33:00 AM
What's wrong with being a maid in France?

Not everyone can grow up to be a Noble Prize winning physicist you know.
 
2006-10-28 09:33:03 AM
It could be argued that it isn't the primary role of a French maid to be erotically stimulating, so dressing toddlers as French maids is fine. Firefighters have sex appeal, but it's doubtful anyone would object to dressing little boys as firefighters. It's only due to society's stereotype of French maids that people would find children dressed as them disturbing.
 
2006-10-28 09:34:11 AM
Seriously, people, we are talking about San Francisco. Nothing should surprise us about what goes on there.
 
2006-10-28 09:34:15 AM
RadioactiveApe- Don't you piss on my dreams...
 
2006-10-28 09:40:41 AM
Let me be the first to condemn myself by thinking very quietly that a 13 year old named "Storm" must be hot.

Second, this shiate is true. In my little town, I average about 400 trick-or-treaters per year. There are always like 6 or so that are disturbingly hot-ish. Like, not the "turn me on" kind of hot, but rather the "why did they let her dress up like this?" kind of hot.

then again, every year or so, there are a couple that are 17-18 years old, dressed like hookers and want money. Is that wrong?
 
2006-10-28 09:40:49 AM
N.S. Radeaux I don't really think it's a stereotype of French maids, as much as it is the slinky black and white costume often associated with it. Although it's been a while since I've been to France, I don't recall any of the maids I saw actually wearing the same French Maid outfit that my wife has in the closet. I think you'd find many, many objections to little boys dressed as firefighters, if that "uniform" was a pair of tight little shorts and a fireman's helmet... That was a pretty piss-poor analogy.
 
2006-10-28 09:42:21 AM
What? Little girls dressing like tramps? Unbelievable! I never saw this one coming! I need to write my congressman!
 
2006-10-28 09:43:54 AM
i.a.cnn.net

Approves of this 'French Maid Costume for Toddlers'
 
2006-10-28 09:44:00 AM
John Mark Karr approves.
 
2006-10-28 09:45:31 AM
RoguePixie

And seriously...the outraged mother named her daughter Storm?? Doesn't she know that's a stripper name??


i13.tinypic.com
 
2006-10-28 09:46:15 AM
RadioactiveApe Not everyone can grow up to be a Noble Prize winning physicist you know.

I heard Marie Curie was so hot she glowed.
 
2006-10-28 09:47:04 AM
You've got things bassackwards, ecmoRandomNumbers.
 
2006-10-28 09:47:39 AM
Annoyance

RadioactiveApe- Don't you piss on my dreams.


You better put on that French maid costume before you ass drops.
 
2006-10-28 09:58:11 AM
Just dress your little girl as frog. Problem solved.
 
2006-10-28 10:02:14 AM
Were having our Halloween party.Do you have anything to go with this? Oh i only need the Garter? Neva Mind...
i71.photobucket.com
 
2006-10-28 10:10:16 AM
I only said the argument could be made, FilmBELOH20. I didn't say I'd agree with such an argument.
 
2006-10-28 10:11:51 AM
"Sexy ladybug"??

[Googles for it]

www.halloweenstreet.com.nyud.net:8080

Allll rightsir.
 
2006-10-28 10:12:02 AM
Well I am glad I am not opening the doors for the trick or treat thing this year, because I'm damn sure with the recent trend of outfits getting skimpier and the girls in my neighborhood all growing a year older, that there will be jailbait amongst it. Not like you can score while handing out candy at your house but, damn I don't want to be creepy.

Time to get some chloroform...
Rohyponol Gum?

While Farkers are notoriously great parents...please do not dress your young children in adult-themed clothing, there is something to be said for the difference between the skimpy french maid outfit and the french maid outfit. Then again, if they want to start their daughters out that early with a lack of actual self-respect and the notion of having to show off their bodies for attention, well it makes it that much easier to spot early trainwrecks.
 
2006-10-28 10:12:23 AM
<gaffigan>

"Ooh, I'm a witch!"

"Yeah, if she was a prostitute."

</gaffigan>
 
2006-10-28 10:22:24 AM
i have a daughter who is
eleven and its not about
looking sexy, the desire to wear
these kind of costumes comes
from anime, when she was nine she
begged to have a french maid costume
and showed me the manga of the
character she wanted to dress up as.
 
2006-10-28 10:22:42 AM
nooo digg is down now fark. what will i do?!
 
2006-10-28 10:24:04 AM
i should add, we didn't let have to costume
and she since moved on to wanted to dress
like naruto....yeah (i think)
 
2006-10-28 10:25:20 AM
http://www.collegehumor.com/video:1715915

No html. sorry. worth it, though.
 
trb
2006-10-28 10:26:33 AM
What a crock. So someone has dopey Halloween costumes for sale. If I offer you a plate full of poo, you don't have to eat it. Trick or treat.
 
2006-10-28 10:27:05 AM
Did someone say "French Maids" (pops)?
 
2006-10-28 10:27:36 AM
trb: What a crock. So someone has dopey Halloween costumes for sale. If I offer you a plate full of poo, you don't have to eat it. Trick or treat.

Well, etiquette says I should at least take a bite.
 
2006-10-28 10:28:13 AM
Well, forget about eating raw shrimp.
 
2006-10-28 10:28:44 AM
Favorite thread ever.
 
trb
2006-10-28 10:33:15 AM
GuyCaballero: Well, etiquette says I should at least take a bite.


Ever the gentleman.

 
2006-10-28 10:34:08 AM
Slutty pumpkin, anyone?
 
ovw
2006-10-28 10:34:27 AM
Coconice

What's REALLY wrong, is when 23 years AFTER one of your bestfriends dresses in drag, you STILL periodically catch yourself thinking..."He was pretty hot."
 
2006-10-28 10:41:17 AM
junge altman: i have a daughter who is eleven and its not about looking sexy, the desire to wear these kind of costumes comes from anime

That's not an argument for French maid costumes; it's an argument against anime.
 
2006-10-28 10:41:22 AM
This thread is perfectly fine without pics.
 
2006-10-28 10:44:24 AM
Dear Sirs,

Hmmmm, I am at a distraction.

DA In Brenham

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2006-10-28 10:47:38 AM
You already can by clothes for kids that are cut to look sexy. One of the kids in my daughter's 2nd grade class came in wearing sweatpants that said "sexy" on the butt....WTF? On a 7yo kid? (Mom is a MILF, but that's besides the point).

They wouldn't make it if people quit buying it.
 
2006-10-28 10:54:27 AM
I think costumes for children become more and more sexualized as the time goes by, that's why I make my son stick to the same costume every Halloween.

The weird thing is, he comes home crying every year, even though he has a bag full of candies.

images.amazon.com
 
2006-10-28 11:00:57 AM
img.costumecraze.com
/teh new costume hotness
 
2006-10-28 11:01:37 AM
Well, mom, I think it's time you simply bite the bullet and buy the kid the kid the costume. After all, if you named your daughter Storm, no matter how many fancy prep schools you send her to, she is absolutely guaranteed to be working the Two-For-One Tuesday Afternoons at the Gentleman's Club down by the interstate by the time she's old enough to vote. This way, she at least can get some practice in before the Halloween sleepover pillow fight.
 
2006-10-28 11:07:28 AM
To print a free Halloween mask, go to www.sfgate.com/halloween

no.
 
2006-10-28 11:11:25 AM
ummmm.....
 
2006-10-28 11:18:00 AM
Has she never heard of the internet? Or Target? Or Wal-Mart? There's a double-fistful of places online and off offering costumes for children that don't look like the kid's going to be auctioned off at a pedophile convention.

/bought my daughter's costume online
//mine too
///neither is sexy
////www.buycostumes.com
 
2006-10-28 11:18:22 AM
The sooner young girls learn that all than matters is attracting males like a piece of meat the sooner they can stop all that book-learnin' nonsense and be good and successful golddiggers.

/Well, then what?
 
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