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2012-07-02 10:31:35 PM
i253.photobucket.com

So are you saying I should hold off on my Highlights for Children "Sassytot" cross-marketing plan?

I thought the "Gallant is pottytrained and Goofus sits in a fetid pool of his own filth" Pampers would fly off the shelves!
 
2012-07-02 11:02:48 PM
"I could be 18-years-old and that would never be allowed in her house, ever," said Webb.

I doubt it would fit you.
 
2012-07-02 11:47:48 PM
FTFA: Laura Faulkner has a little boy who is 19-months-old and said if she saw one of his playmates wearing one of the controversial onesies, it wouldn't go over very well.

What, is Laura afraid it might give her 19-month-old son a baby boner?
 
2012-07-02 11:56:41 PM
I think it's cute. it's a freaking onesy. it's not sexualizing infants, it's just...cute.
 
2012-07-03 12:00:45 AM
Outraged? Really? Outraged? A baby starving to death is deserving of outrage. If you are outraged about this, you are not only in the category of First World problems but that's up there in the 1%er 1st World problem category.
 
2012-07-03 12:29:16 AM
boards.adultswim.com
 
2012-07-03 01:00:14 AM
Meh, child beauty pageants are worse.
 
2012-07-03 01:03:16 AM
You would never catch me putting one of these on my child.

Then again, he's 18 and would probably put up a fight.
 
2012-07-03 01:07:04 AM
People are seriously over-reacting. It's just a cute outfit.

And it's not like babies aren't already cute enough. Their chubby little legs, soft, taut tummies, and puffy cheeks are so snugglable.
 
2012-07-03 01:08:29 AM
Mississippi - yeah no surprise there.
 
2012-07-03 01:10:30 AM
Chavs in the USA.
 
2012-07-03 01:12:17 AM
I'm pretty sure I've seen that before in one place or another. Whoop de freakin doo, ya bunch of prudes.

FTA
"I just think people overreact to stupid stuff I just don't take offense to that at all," said parent Jeannie Stanley.


Apparently, there is someone sane left in the world
 
2012-07-03 01:12:33 AM
Shouldn't people be more outraged with some like this?

I shop for my nieces and nephew somewhat often and I'm always seeing 2 piece bikini-like swimwear FOR INFANTS. For babies that can't even crawl! In BIKINIS. The should be covered head-to-toe! Sunburn on their skin is horrific!

Why can't uppity folks like those in TFA get over their dumb selves and stop with the double standards!
 
2012-07-03 01:12:49 AM
Since toddlers don't go shopping...

Great FARK handle, or greatest?
 
2012-07-03 01:14:35 AM
Needs some more vajazzling on the crotch.
 
2012-07-03 01:14:37 AM

PurpleAlienGiraffe: Shouldn't people be more outraged with some like this?


Yes, I am outraged at Page Not Found. OUTRAGED
 
2012-07-03 01:15:04 AM

JasonOfOrillia: Meh, child beauty pageants are worse.


10 times this.
 
2012-07-03 01:20:02 AM

brap: [i253.photobucket.com image 200x270]

So are you saying I should hold off on my Highlights for Children "Sassytot" cross-marketing plan?

I thought the "Gallant is pottytrained and Goofus sits in a fetid pool of his own filth" Pampers would fly off the shelves!


I read that as "Gallant is ponytrained," which brought a whole new level to it.
 
2012-07-03 01:23:10 AM
Not as wrong as putting political messages on baby outfits.

How about this: in the future we'll probably be able to predict facial and body development from DNA analysis. We could print a future portrait of a baby on her onesie, maybe with a date under it.
 
2012-07-03 01:23:57 AM
Oddly enough I found the flip side at TshirtHell. Yes, it's in baby sizes.

data.whicdn.com

Linky

/If I'm gonna hotlink I might as well make it a plug
 
2012-07-03 01:25:49 AM
What if instead of the body of woman in a bikini, it was the body of a guy wearing a speedo and had a bulging crotch? Would parents be upset over that?
 
2012-07-03 01:29:09 AM
I have this new idea that's never been tried before in this country: If a product outrages you, DON'T BUY IT. I know; revolutionary concept.
 
2012-07-03 01:30:42 AM

PurpleAlienGiraffe: Shouldn't people be more outraged with some like this?

I shop for my nieces and nephew somewhat often and I'm always seeing 2 piece bikini-like swimwear FOR INFANTS. For babies that can't even crawl! In BIKINIS. The should be covered head-to-toe! Sunburn on their skin is horrific!


I would also think bikinis would be some kind of strangling hazard for an infant.
 
2012-07-03 01:30:55 AM

untaken_name: I have this new idea that's never been tried before in this country: If a product outrages you, DON'T BUY IT. I know; revolutionary concept.


Yes, but how will that help us to PLEASE THINK OF THE CHILDREN!?!?
 
2012-07-03 01:32:48 AM

miss diminutive: untaken_name: I have this new idea that's never been tried before in this country: If a product outrages you, DON'T BUY IT. I know; revolutionary concept.

Yes, but how will that help us to PLEASE THINK OF THE CHILDREN!?!?


That's kinda what I'm afraid of - if they're thinking this will sexualize babies...they are already THINKING OF THE CHILDREN too much for my liking.
 
2012-07-03 01:35:26 AM
That's patriarchal hegemonic deconstructuralized intersectional third wave bell hookes sex pos empowerful cis-gendered overly commercialized objectivitizing pornulated gyno-critical phallocentric pathological imperialistic oppositiive discursive indiginiefied almost rape culture for you.
 
2012-07-03 01:37:19 AM

untaken_name: I have this new idea that's never been tried before in this country: If a product outrages you, DON'T BUY IT. I know; revolutionary concept.


We've tried that. Snooki is still on our televisions, Sarah Palin is still relevant, and creationism is still thought of as "science".

Sooner or later, you have to do something about stuff.
 
2012-07-03 01:39:09 AM
"Laura Faulkner has a little boy who is 19-months-old and said if she saw one of his playmates wearing one of the controversial onesies, it wouldn't go over very well."

See, if I had a kid, I'd get these things for it, no matter the gender of the child. What better way to screen idiots and ninnies from your life?! Just drop the kid off for a play date in one of these "offensive" onesies and check back an hour later to see whether or not you need to remove a humorless prude from the friend pool.
 
2012-07-03 01:39:28 AM

PurpleAlienGiraffe: Shouldn't people be more outraged with some like this?

I shop for my nieces and nephew somewhat often and I'm always seeing 2 piece bikini-like swimwear FOR INFANTS. For babies that can't even crawl! In BIKINIS. The should be covered head-to-toe! Sunburn on their skin is horrific!


Why not just put some sunscreen on them? Or is there some complication with infants and sunscreen that I'm not aware of?
 
2012-07-03 01:40:02 AM

stiletto_the_wise: PurpleAlienGiraffe: Shouldn't people be more outraged with some like this?

Yes, I am outraged at Page Not Found. OUTRAGED


http://www.gymboree.com/shop/dept_item.jsp?PRODUCT%3C%3Eprd_id=845524 4 46005336&FOLDER%3C%3Efolder_id=2534374306236961&bmUID=1341293822123&pr oductSizeSelected=0&fit_type=

Maybe it's a browser problem? I dunno. It's just a picture of a teeny tiny baby bikini which IS outrageous!
 
2012-07-03 01:40:19 AM

IlGreven: untaken_name: I have this new idea that's never been tried before in this country: If a product outrages you, DON'T BUY IT. I know; revolutionary concept.

We've tried that. Snooki is still on our televisions, Sarah Palin is still relevant, and creationism is still thought of as "science".

Sooner or later, you have to do something about stuff.


So, if people like things you don't like, you have to do something about it? Interesting. Note that if reversed, the things you like would be prohibited. Howzabout we just let people like whatever they want to like, including you?
 
2012-07-03 01:40:25 AM
Link

Can only link to the front shot, you'll need to click the thumbnail for the back.
 
2012-07-03 01:41:17 AM

AverageAmericanGuy: And it's not like babies aren't already cute enough. Their chubby little legs, soft, taut tummies, and puffy cheeks are so snugglable.


Hold on, I think I've caught diabeetus from that sentence.
 
2012-07-03 01:45:05 AM

anfrind: Why not just put some sunscreen on them? Or is there some complication with infants and sunscreen that I'm not aware of?


Why not just have them covered head to toe so you DON'T have to worry about putting sunscreen on your infant? Babies have very sensitive skin. I know sunscreens are made to be hypoallergenic and all, but wee ones cans till have bad reactions. If it was me, I'd just cut my losses and buy one of those zip up 1 piece suit things that looks kinda like a surfer's outfit. Swimwear gives you at least 50 UPF protection anyways. Just put a hat on the kid's head and tadah! No sunburn to worry about!

But I guess parents prefer their baby girls to look like miniature women in swimwear instead of being practical. *rolls eyes*
 
2012-07-03 01:48:31 AM

Precision Boobery: Link

Can only link to the front shot, you'll need to click the thumbnail for the back.


Aside from the obvious of what you're wanting us to be outraged about, that's a two pack of bloomers for $38! I can buy 3 dresses for an infant at Gymboree, on clearance, and all of them will come with bloomers, for that price. And a baby will only wear any one size for no more than 4 months. What a waste of money those bloomers are, aside from the whole stupid writing on the bottom schtick.
 
2012-07-03 01:54:38 AM

untaken_name: IlGreven: untaken_name: I have this new idea that's never been tried before in this country: If a product outrages you, DON'T BUY IT. I know; revolutionary concept.

We've tried that. Snooki is still on our televisions, Sarah Palin is still relevant, and creationism is still thought of as "science".

Sooner or later, you have to do something about stuff.

So, if people like things you don't like, you have to do something about it? Interesting. Note that if reversed, the things you like would be prohibited. Howzabout we just let people like whatever they want to like, including you?


Like I said, we tried that. And this shiathole that is "entertainment" and/or "politics" in America is what we have.

"Ignore it and it goes away" doesn't work. Never has, never will. The only people that get anything their way are the ones that actually do something about it. Even if they would be considered assholes by the rest of humanity, like these parents are.

So, in short, if your only response to something you don't like is "don't partake", sooner or later there's gonna be a lot of shiat you're not partaking in, and none that you are.
 
2012-07-03 02:04:26 AM
Vote for me, and I make sure the government provides free anabolic steroids and tanning booths for all babies in America.
 
2012-07-03 02:06:36 AM
What's the concern, that it will inflame pedophiles? To a pedo, that design would DE-sexualize the infant.
 
2012-07-03 02:06:37 AM

IlGreven: untaken_name: IlGreven: untaken_name: I have this new idea that's never been tried before in this country: If a product outrages you, DON'T BUY IT. I know; revolutionary concept.

We've tried that. Snooki is still on our televisions, Sarah Palin is still relevant, and creationism is still thought of as "science".

Sooner or later, you have to do something about stuff.

So, if people like things you don't like, you have to do something about it? Interesting. Note that if reversed, the things you like would be prohibited. Howzabout we just let people like whatever they want to like, including you?

Like I said, we tried that. And this shiathole that is "entertainment" and/or "politics" in America is what we have.

"Ignore it and it goes away" doesn't work. Never has, never will. The only people that get anything their way are the ones that actually do something about it. Even if they would be considered assholes by the rest of humanity, like these parents are.

So, in short, if your only response to something you don't like is "don't partake", sooner or later there's gonna be a lot of shiat you're not partaking in, and none that you are.


I'm sorry that other people aren't exactly like you. I'm also sorry that you believe that is something which needs to be rectified by force. There are plenty of people partaking in those things you do not like - they have not been reduced to partaking in nothing. Why do you believe that it logically follows that you or I will be so reduced?
 
2012-07-03 02:09:26 AM

untaken_name: I'm sorry that other people aren't exactly like you. I'm also sorry that you believe that is something which needs to be rectified by force. There are plenty of people partaking in those things you do not like - they have not been reduced to partaking in nothing. Why do you believe that it logically follows that you or I will be so reduced?


It seems to some, their view is that by not participating, the inaction implies that silence is consent.
 
2012-07-03 02:13:59 AM

CrispFlows: It seems to some, their view is that by not participating, the inaction implies that silence is consent.


Well I hope it is, that's the reason I only date deaf-mutes.
 
2012-07-03 02:20:45 AM
I bought something similar for my niece at walmart. It had the bikini print without the body.

/ My whole family thought it was adorable.
 
2012-07-03 02:24:31 AM
It's not cute or fun in the slightest (more tacky and tasteless), but it isn't hysterically outrageous either. Let the white trash buy what they will, we just know which kids will be wearing booty shorts to their first day of Kindergarten.
 
2012-07-03 02:28:09 AM

untaken_name: CrispFlows: It seems to some, their view is that by not participating, the inaction implies that silence is consent.

Well I hope it is, that's the reason I only date deaf-mutes.


HA!

That's a good joke.

/ *yeah, sign language is totally not a language
// *writing supplies does not exist either.

*What, Nooooo, it not ever sarcasm, the internet is too serious for that. *whistles innocently*
 
2012-07-03 02:34:19 AM

strangeluck: What if instead of the body of woman in a bikini, it was the body of a guy wearing a speedo and had a bulging crotch? Would parents be upset over that?


Don't be silly. Only females can be sexual objects.
 
2012-07-03 02:48:14 AM
Why do people get upset over shiat like this? Don't like it? Don't farking buy it.

If it's in poor taste, they won't sell and the company will stop making it. It's a self correcting problem. There's more important shiat to be concerned about.
 
2012-07-03 02:50:41 AM

the_chief: Vote for me, and I make sure the government provides free anabolic steroids and tanning booths for all babies in America.


Ya got my vote bro.
 
2012-07-03 02:54:08 AM
There's a boy one that has a speedo and six-pack abs.
 
2012-07-03 03:03:15 AM
Some people will get offended by anything. Like the time I yelled out "Make it rain!" at a toddlers and tiaras beauty contest.
 
2012-07-03 03:05:49 AM

lelio: Some people will get offended by anything. Like the time I yelled out "Make it rain!" at a toddlers and tiaras beauty contest.


Being naked and greased up while holding a camcorder just called attention to yourself.
 
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