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(Daily Mail)   Thinking of dressing up your baby in a Halloween costume? Well a rights group says: 'It is not like older children dressing up for fun. It is potentially objectifying babies who have no say in what they wear   (dailymail.co.uk) divider line 166
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2012-10-31 05:30:52 PM
Surprised the rights group has nothing to say about pets.
 
2012-10-31 05:57:58 PM
24.media.tumblr.com

media.techeblog.com 

/Get away from her you Poopy-head!
 
2012-10-31 06:55:00 PM
Dressing babies up is what parents do on a daily basis until the kid is old enough to scream NOOOOOO
 
2012-10-31 06:57:50 PM
Yeah, because baby is likely to remember said objectification what with their lack of long term memory. Oh, wait.
 
2012-10-31 07:14:08 PM
What if you dress up the baby like a trophy?

One that says "Fark Trophy" on it?
 
2012-10-31 07:22:49 PM
Sister sister he's just a plaything, we wanna make him stay up all night

/yeah, we do
 
2012-10-31 07:38:59 PM
'Obviously it is not directly harmful for the baby itself. But it says something about the attitude of the adults who are meant to nurture that infant.'


We already have metrics for measuring the nuturing aspect, so STFU.
 
2012-10-31 07:39:10 PM
If I ever have a little farktrophy of my own, I'm going to dress it in baby costumes every damn day.
 
2012-10-31 07:52:17 PM
sphotos-a.xx.fbcdn.net
 
2012-10-31 07:53:46 PM
If I'm in charge of caring for something to the extent that I have to clean up their fecal matter on a regular basis, I reserve the right dress him/her/it up as whatever the f*ck I want.
 
2012-10-31 07:55:50 PM

Babwa Wawa: If I'm in charge of caring for something to the extent that I have to clean up their fecal matter on a regular basis, I reserve the right dress him/her/it up as whatever the f*ck I want.


I'd hate to be your dog.
 
2012-10-31 08:30:19 PM
Annoyed: Bashar and Asma's Infinite Playlist always reads these captions with a shrill accent and whiz-bang sound effects. 
 
2012-10-31 08:32:52 PM

jaylectricity: Babwa Wawa: If I'm in charge of caring for something to the extent that I have to clean up their fecal matter on a regular basis, I reserve the right dress him/her/it up as whatever the f*ck I want.

I'd hate to be your dog.


I'd say it's my right. Whether I'd actually do it is another question entirely.
 
2012-10-31 08:37:02 PM
Clearly these people have never met my sister.

/Every time I log into Facebook I have to wade through her instagram pictures.
 
2012-10-31 08:37:03 PM

I_Am_Weasel: 'Obviously it is not directly harmful for the baby itself. But it says something about the attitude of the adults who are meant to nurture that infant.'


We already have metrics for measuring the nuturing aspect, so STFU.


Yes, pretty much this.

Honestly I'd be more concerned with what ridiculous things parents dress their babies in on a day-to-day basis than some warm, comfy "costume" they bundle the kid up in for a single night out of 365.
 
2012-10-31 08:37:12 PM
But it's still ok to put girls in pink and boys in blue, right?
 
2012-10-31 08:39:19 PM

jaylectricity: [sphotos-a.xx.fbcdn.net image 850x789]


You evil, evil bastard. That's funny as hell. Took me a second to get it, but then I snorted soda out my nose. +1 Good sir and madam. Each.

As for the article: Are you farking serious? Really? REALLY?
 
2012-10-31 08:39:50 PM
any child under 3 wont remember what you do to them in any case. maybe a kid between 3-5 might be freaked out, but let them roll at their own speed. by the time they hit 5 and up, they'll probably be way more into than their parents
 
2012-10-31 08:40:22 PM
As opposed to all those non-Halloween occasions where babies pick their own clothing and dress themselves in it?
 
2012-10-31 08:42:26 PM
FTA: "Halloween has become a 'marketing opportunity' for businesses, and said they risk commercialising children in their quest for profit."


Someone's going out dressed as Captain Obvious, I see.
 
2012-10-31 08:42:37 PM
i.imgur.com
 
2012-10-31 08:42:59 PM
I agree.

Let's also ban all clothing for pets, too.

www.dogclothesdresses.com

This is an offense to canine dignity and should be a felony.
 
2012-10-31 08:44:40 PM

Jim_Callahan: As opposed to all those non-Halloween occasions where babies pick their own clothing and dress themselves in it?


^^^^^^!
 
2012-10-31 08:44:54 PM
Which one of you guys dressed your baby up as a strip of bacon?
 
2012-10-31 08:45:10 PM
oi47.tinypic.com
 
2012-10-31 08:45:45 PM
Halloween is the bane of people who hate all things fun and creative. At least they don't get away with burning the fun and creative folks at the stake anymore.

/gotta go. doorbell.
/is it wrong to hand out candy with 18 year-old scotch in my hand?
 
2012-10-31 08:46:06 PM
Objectify Baby?

*)
 
2012-10-31 08:47:07 PM

jaylectricity: Babwa Wawa: If I'm in charge of caring for something to the extent that I have to clean up their fecal matter on a regular basis, I reserve the right dress him/her/it up as whatever the f*ck I want.

I'd hate to be your dog.


I'd hate to be his elderly parent.
 
2012-10-31 08:47:09 PM

Indubitably: Objectify Baby?

*)


How is babby objectified?
 
2012-10-31 08:48:03 PM

caddisfly: Halloween is the bane of people who hate all things fun and creative. At least they don't get away with burning the fun and creative folks at the stake anymore.

/gotta go. doorbell.
/is it wrong to hand out candy with 18 year-old scotch in my hand?


Hey, she's legal now. And if she's a red-head, all the better. That accent might be annoying after a while though.
 
2012-10-31 08:49:49 PM

SoothinglyDeranged: Yeah, because baby is likely to remember said objectification what with their lack of long term memory. Oh, wait.


So... drunk chicks... fair game?

Fair game. Alright.
 
2012-10-31 08:49:57 PM
Controlling the lives of children too young to know what is good for them and turning children into miniature versions of their parents is what parenthood is all about! If I can't do it to my own kids, what am I supposed to do, grab a kid off the street?
 
2012-10-31 08:50:23 PM
Well they are right, but it's one of the greatest pleasures of having small children.
//my cousin dressed his little girl as Chucky some years ago, it was the sensation of the night.
 
2012-10-31 08:50:37 PM
My wife is really into the baby costume thing. I just roll my eyes and go with it.
 
2012-10-31 08:52:22 PM
That's the POINT. Why stop at Halloween? Why don't we let babies make ALL of their own choices? Oh, that's right- they CAN'T. Get your head out of your a$&, it's just a stupid holiday that they won't remember- and they'll be choosing what they want to wear by age 3, anyway.

My 13 month old is a pumpkin this year and my 3 year old is a peacock. I doubt the baby will be permanently scarred from it. Other stuff, maybe, but not from wearing a stupid costume for an hour or two.
 
2012-10-31 08:52:38 PM
Did not read article due to .uk extension.

Is there a way to block all .uk extensions in Fark? I already have that filter in Chrome, but I don't want to see anything .uk in Fark.
 
2012-10-31 08:52:39 PM

Gyrfalcon: Indubitably: Objectify Baby?

*)

How is babby objectified?


Online.
 
2012-10-31 08:54:57 PM
If it's totally over the top and somewhat deprecating to the baby in terms of cheesiness or something that might potentially them, I might agree.
 
2012-10-31 08:57:15 PM
www.tvgasm.com
 
2012-10-31 08:58:22 PM

bborchar: That's the POINT. Why stop at Halloween? Why don't we let babies make ALL of their own choices? Oh, that's right- they CAN'T. Get your head out of your a$&, it's just a stupid holiday that they won't remember- and they'll be choosing what they want to wear by age 3, anyway.

My 13 month old is a pumpkin this year and my 3 year old is a peacock. I doubt the baby will be permanently scarred from it. Other stuff, maybe, but not from wearing a stupid costume for an hour or two.


YOU MONSTER!!!!
 
2012-10-31 09:00:23 PM

Bonobo62: jaylectricity: Babwa Wawa: If I'm in charge of caring for something to the extent that I have to clean up their fecal matter on a regular basis, I reserve the right dress him/her/it up as whatever the f*ck I want.

I'd hate to be your dog.

I'd hate to be his elderly parent.


Are you kidding? Dressing them up for Halloween and other holidays is about the only fun you can have taking care of an invalid parent.
 
2012-10-31 09:00:37 PM

bmihura: Did not read article due to .uk extension.

Is there a way to block all .uk extensions in Fark? I already have that filter in Chrome, but I don't want to see anything .uk in Fark.


blog.chron.com

Now your day is ruined. 
 
2012-10-31 09:00:46 PM
Well as someone who dressed her 18 month old as Alice, I'm getting a kick out of this....
 
2012-10-31 09:00:50 PM
Babies cannot choose what to wear on any occasion, so parents dress them up in whatever style the parents prefer anyway.

God I hope the Kidscspe people have never bred. They wouldn't have the sense to raise a hater much less a human infant.

Jeebus!!
 
2012-10-31 09:04:33 PM
Haha, my mother has this female chihuahua that she dresses up in a pumpkin costume every halloween and a santa-claus costume for every Christmas. The poor b*tch appears to hate the little outfits.
 
2012-10-31 09:04:44 PM
And because I am a crappy parent I took my son--who was born at 11:30pm on Oct 30th--trick or treating at 20 hours old because I had a houseful of little girls (my older daughter and her friends and my nieces) counting on it. He was dressed as a basketball.....

And he didn't die, or (so far) suffer some major psychological trauma. These people can piss off.
 
2012-10-31 09:05:22 PM

caddisfly: Halloween is the bane of people who hate all things fun and creative. At least they don't get away with burning the fun and creative folks at the stake anymore.

/gotta go. doorbell.
/is it wrong to hand out candy with 18 year-old scotch in my hand?


If your scotch is wrong, I'd hate to hear about my cheap American macrobrewed lager.

As for the costume thing, I'll be another voice for "I dress 'em all the other days, why does the night they get candy matter?" Both my sons have, as toddlers, worn courdory pants, flannel shirts, and hiking boots in cold weather, and Hawai'ian shirts and khaki shorts in warm. Did they choose that? Nope. And I don't care.
 
2012-10-31 09:06:30 PM
I thought the article was a great advertisement for cute baby costumes. Halloween is better than Christmas. You don't have to buy gifts for teachers, co-workers, Secret Santa events, every one at your daughters' level in dance, everyone in your sons' Karate class. You don't have to spend a bazillion dollars. You don't have to travel out-of-state to spend time with in-laws you don't like.

The whole neighborhood turns out. People mock up backyard haunted houses for the neighborhood kids. Kids haul enough candy to last them till Easter. And I have four kids on my front lawn right now spinning in circles until they get dizzy and fall down. You can't buy entertainment like that!
 
2012-10-31 09:08:24 PM
i48.tinypic.com

My baby dragon stayed home and did some colouring. I think the psychological wounds will heal.
 
pla
2012-10-31 09:08:55 PM
Dear rights groups:

Go fark yourselves. No one cares about your special interest group of the week.

Now excuse me while I get back to oppressing my liver.
 
2012-10-31 09:09:22 PM
Ever since our ability to communicate on a global level became possible, the messages are getting dumber, and dumber. What happened to the days when you had to be smart, interesting, articulate and actually had a point, before you got published or publicly recognized? These idiots defending babbies rights has just been the straw that broke this camel's back.

/ties another onion to his belt
//mutters something about palookas
 
2012-10-31 09:09:58 PM

bmihura: Did not read article due to .uk extension.

Is there a way to block all .uk extensions in Fark? I already have that filter in Chrome, but I don't want to see anything .uk in Fark.


wat
 
2012-10-31 09:12:30 PM

Bonobo62: jaylectricity: Babwa Wawa: If I'm in charge of caring for something to the extent that I have to clean up their fecal matter on a regular basis, I reserve the right dress him/her/it up as whatever the f*ck I want.

I'd hate to be your dog.

I'd hate to be his elderly parent.


Ahahaha.

/ for dogs...whenever my dog is being a pain in the ass, I make her wear an embarrassing sweater.
 
2012-10-31 09:12:58 PM

God Is My Co-Pirate: [i48.tinypic.com image 403x403]

My baby dragon stayed home and did some colouring. I think the psychological wounds will heal.


I hope you got him some baby friendly candy.
My sons' first year, he was a mouse.
Year two he was a Bumblebee; his baby sister was a ladybug.
Year three, they were both doctors with lab coats with their names on them.
Year four my daughter chose to go as a princess and convinced my son to dress up as a handsome prince. He even agreed to wear a crown and a pink velvet jacket, but he told every person at every door that he did it for his sister and he was wearing something scary next year.
This year my son spent weeks making his own costume. He made cardboard armor and painted it so it looks almost real. He made his own mask out of clay and painted it. It was cool to watch him in full creative mode.
 
2012-10-31 09:14:15 PM
My 3 day old says, "Go fark yourself 'rights' group."

Or at least that was my interpretation of it.
 
2012-10-31 09:14:29 PM
I just did a GIS for Dannii Minogue, kabaam what were we talking about
 
2012-10-31 09:14:49 PM
Let the Baby Be.

*)
 
2012-10-31 09:14:55 PM
Just came from Facebook where most of my wall was people's babies in costumes, then decided to visit Fark where this is the most recent story.

I think it's great. Babies don't know or care how they're dressed on a daily basis. A costume would probably get them a bit more attention and as we all know, babies are attention whores. It's a win-win.
 
2012-10-31 09:15:36 PM
 

/carved it myself
 
2012-10-31 09:16:00 PM

Indubitably: Let the Baby Be.

*)


Let the Baby dress itself, and see what develops...

You creepers.

Boo.
 
2012-10-31 09:17:06 PM
*Shield*
 
2012-10-31 09:17:13 PM
Further goes to show how stupid the theory of "objectification" is, wherever it's applied.
 
2012-10-31 09:18:14 PM
People who think like the person in the article shouldn't have kids. They are retards and should be forcibly sterilized while their parents watch and are told that they failed to raise their child in a manner that can constructively contribute to society.

/only half serious
 
2012-10-31 09:18:44 PM

seventypercent: bmihura: Did not read article due to .uk extension.

Is there a way to block all .uk extensions in Fark? I already have that filter in Chrome, but I don't want to see anything .uk in Fark.

wat


Sounds colonized, likely fat
 
2012-10-31 09:19:34 PM
Objectifying? Babies ARE objects. Are you telling me otherwise that they are actions or locations?
 
2012-10-31 09:21:15 PM
"Kidscape director Claude Knights said: 'Many parents will just see this as a bit of fun. But we should maybe think a bit harder about what message we are sending out about our attitudes to children.'"

The message that it can be more enjoyable for parents *not* to leave their children out of their holiday fun. Try not to faint.

"'There is a growing trend to accessorise babies. Some parents make them fit in with their own style, rather than treating them as individuals."

Right, because dressing them up in an unusual costume is *not* treating them as individuals. Dressing them in the same way as everyone else, that's how you teach them creativity.

"'Obviously it is not directly harmful for the baby itself. But it says something about the attitude of the adults who are meant to nurture that infant.'"

It says that they can spend time with their chilldren and have fun doing it. It says that they understand that 9 out of 10 tiny poop-n-burp experts prefer fun to stuffy faux-dignity.

"Miss Knights added ...'Yes, it can be fun. But what does it say about our society?'"

It says that despite people like you, "fun" is valued by "our society."
 
2012-10-31 09:22:37 PM

Christian Bale: Further goes to show how stupid the theory of "objectification" is, wherever it's applied.


Slow down, Batman.
 
2012-10-31 09:26:19 PM

queenstacela: Well as someone who dressed her 18 month old as Alice, I'm getting a kick out of this....


My six month old was a bumble bee last year. I didn't accept candy, just went out so I could also be an extra person helping with my goddaughter. My kid was gonna have an MP3 player looping "No Rain" going as well, but I didn't think anyone would get it, and we'd have gone nuts.

Kid picked out her costume this year. Took her to the store, she saw Abby from Sesame Street and clutched it, refusing to let go. Problem solved there. LOL
 
2012-10-31 09:26:26 PM

jim32rr: I just did a GIS for Dannii Minogue, kabaam what were we talking about

You are correct, sir.
i.imgur.com
 
2012-10-31 09:31:00 PM
This is me in costume
i.imgur.com

I eat babies...
 
2012-10-31 09:31:39 PM
WTF?
 
2012-10-31 09:33:08 PM
Worse than that is the punk ass kids in my neighborhood driving from house to house in a car and knocking on doors for candy. Sans costume, of course, aside from one that had his football shoulder pads. I think people only gave them candy to prevent future vandalism.

The teens looked...as you'd expect.
 
2012-10-31 09:33:38 PM
If parents don't dress the babies up for Halloween where will they get the embarrassing pictures for when the kids are older?
 
2012-10-31 09:35:02 PM
*)

P.S. Moon waxes, post full, and we see rising sandwiches, which we will snack upon and comment...
 
2012-10-31 09:35:02 PM
Well, you should probably get them out there on picket line then:

www3.niu.edu
 
2012-10-31 09:38:11 PM
I let my 2 yr old daughter pic her own out (a duckie outfit). How f'n hard is that?
 
2012-10-31 09:38:17 PM

mynamebackwards: Worse than that is the punk ass kids in my neighborhood driving from house to house in a car and knocking on doors for candy. Sans costume, of course, aside from one that had his football shoulder pads. I think people only gave them candy to prevent future vandalism.

The teens looked...as you'd expect.


About half the teens in our neighborhood dress up. The rest just come around with their backpack sans books. We had one young teen show up tonight with a cardboard box with two eye holes cut out of it on his head. That was his costume.
 
2012-10-31 09:38:20 PM

special20: jim32rr: I just did a GIS for Dannii Minogue, kabaam what were we talking about
You are correct, sir.
[i.imgur.com image 850x637]


I see wiener or lazy labia there, sir.

*)
 
2012-10-31 09:39:02 PM

Indubitably: *)

P.S. Moon waxes, post full, and we see rising sandwiches, which we will snack upon and comment...


"Mr. Wane, please sit down."
 
2012-10-31 09:41:58 PM
Of course we objectivise babies. The ability to dress them up in embarrassing outfits makes i tolerable to be a parent.
 
2012-10-31 09:43:53 PM

halB: SoothinglyDeranged: Yeah, because baby is likely to remember said objectification what with their lack of long term memory. Oh, wait.

So... drunk chicks... fair game?

Fair game. Alright.


Hey, getting passed out drunk was their choice, and that choice comes with consequences.
 
2012-10-31 09:45:58 PM
Oh please.

Last year:
fbcdn-sphotos-a-a.akamaihd.net
fbcdn-sphotos-e-a.akamaihd.net

This Year:
fbcdn-sphotos-h-a.akamaihd.net

The horror.
 
2012-10-31 09:47:17 PM
Seriously?~?~? No one else going to point out that people Trick or Treating with 6 month old kids, dressed up as 'whatever' are certainly not giving the candy to the kid?!?
I haven't given out treats for a while now.. not because I am a miser, but because the last time I decorated and bought candy, over half the Trick or Treaters were adults holding little babies.
I would always get a bag of "shiat" candy and when kids didn't dress up (wore a baseball cap and said they were a baseball player) or parents carrying babies came, they got the cheap $1 a bag junk while the rest of the real Trick or Treaters got name brand goodies... The final year I gave them out, I doubt there were over 10 to 12 real kids - the rest were parents holding babies (and 95% of those were screaming and crying because of the Halloween music/noises, strobe/black lights and decorations).
 
2012-10-31 09:51:32 PM
cutebabyfix.com
 
2012-10-31 09:53:55 PM
It is potentially objectifying babies who have no say in what they wear

Inspired by this thread:

i277.photobucket.com
 
2012-10-31 09:56:13 PM

TheMega: Seriously?~?~? No one else going to point out that people Trick or Treating with 6 month old kids, dressed up as 'whatever' are certainly not giving the candy to the kid?!?
I haven't given out treats for a while now.. not because I am a miser, but because the last time I decorated and bought candy, over half the Trick or Treaters were adults holding little babies.


First I've ever head of this. Maybe a local phenomenon?
 
2012-10-31 09:56:50 PM
News flash, special interest group: parents dress up their babies for Halloween in whatever cute/adorable/hilarious costume the parents want since time out of mind. There is photographic evidence of me in 1983 (I was 10 months old), dressed as a pumpkin (I had a green felt hat on that was the stump with a vine and leaf growing out of it). I will fully admit that said pictures of me as a baby in the pumpkin outfit are farking adorable, and I hold no ill will towards my mom for dressing me up that way.

/Today was "Trick or Treat in Old Town" in Fort Collins today
//I was volunteering in Old Town and got to see lots of great costumes for both parents and kids
///And the babies and toddlers were adorable and had no idea what was going on
 
2012-10-31 09:56:54 PM
*heard
 
2012-10-31 10:00:24 PM
Lighten up, Francis.
 
2012-10-31 10:07:17 PM
Whaaat... This has got to be a... looking to left... yep. a UK thing. Surprise.
 
2012-10-31 10:09:23 PM
What cracks me up in this article is it is a "celebrity" thing in the US. Huh?
 
2012-10-31 10:10:40 PM
Boo.
 
2012-10-31 10:16:37 PM
www.danthatscool.com
 
2012-10-31 10:19:46 PM
Babies cannot consent. That is the job of the guardians. What they say is golden.
 
2012-10-31 10:19:46 PM

Evenbiggerknickers: [www.danthatscool.com image 600x372]


Wrong association.

Grow up.
 
2012-10-31 10:21:12 PM

Benjimin_Dover: Babies cannot consent. That is the job of the guardians. What they say is golden.


Religio-fellatio-is-meaninglessio, yo.

Word.

*)
 
2012-10-31 10:24:43 PM

ggecko: This is me in costume


I eat babies...


I have that tool. I don't really know what to use it for, but I was drawn to it.
 
2012-10-31 10:25:25 PM
But teens always like what their parents buy a walmart and k-mart, amiright?

Frankly, our red hot chili grand-pepper loved his nice warm costume his first year: 
www.gregscott.com
 
2012-10-31 10:26:17 PM
That's a mighty fine troll costume.
Mighty fine indeed.
 
Oak
2012-10-31 10:26:44 PM
We have had zero Trick-or-Treaters for the second year in a row. I get to eat most of the Peanut Butter Cups and Kit-Kats. Could probably use a healthy dose of objectification around here.

/I'm with RareChimer
 
2012-10-31 10:29:04 PM

Indubitably: Evenbiggerknickers: [www.danthatscool.com image 600x372]

Wrong association.

Grow up.


I'm trying. Want to be my daddy?
 
2012-10-31 10:30:48 PM

onomatopoeon: It is potentially objectifying babies who have no say in what they wear

Inspired by this thread:


That is awesome and I'm just making sure you know just how awesome you are.
 
2012-10-31 10:32:59 PM

Evenbiggerknickers: Indubitably: Evenbiggerknickers: [www.danthatscool.com image 600x372]

Wrong association.

Grow up.

I'm trying. Want to be my daddy?


Maybe.
 
2012-10-31 10:33:03 PM

Evenbiggerknickers: [www.danthatscool.com image 600x372]


Nailed it. God bless Hurr'murr'ca.

Linky: http://i277.photobucket.com/albums/kk42/roberthartca/g-toddlerstiaras. gif

Remove the space between the dot and gif when copying, then paste and go. Or something like that.

Also, look at the horse cheering her on. Who knew you could even dress horses, much less make them dance on two legs?
 
2012-10-31 10:33:18 PM

katerbug72: Oh please.

Last year:
[fbcdn-sphotos-a-a.akamaihd.net image 720x960]
[fbcdn-sphotos-e-a.akamaihd.net image 850x637]

This Year:
[fbcdn-sphotos-h-a.akamaihd.net image 720x960]

The horror.


Alright, that second pic is just awesome : )
 
2012-10-31 10:34:40 PM

Oak: We have had zero Trick-or-Treaters for the second year in a row. I get to eat most of the Peanut Butter Cups and Kit-Kats. Could probably use a healthy dose of objectification around here.

/I'm with RareChimer


Aw, that's sad. I roomed with a band a long time ago and they could get a bit wild especially when they threw their weekend parties. They liked children, however, and they would have loved to hand out candy at Halloween, but the parents there made the kids walk in an arc out away from our place as though the entire domicile was infected with leprosy. I encouraged them all to go out to Halloween parties or clubs instead. It didn't make sense for guys mostly under the age of 22 to sit around waiting for trick-or-treaters that weren't going to show up.
 
2012-10-31 10:34:59 PM
Having solved all other childhood development problems...
 
2012-10-31 10:36:44 PM
The stupid, it burns.
 
2012-10-31 10:36:48 PM

GoldSpider: Having solved all other childhood development problems...

developmental


minor.
 
2012-10-31 10:39:06 PM
I will dress my children up in whatever indoctrination I want thank you very little.
 
2012-10-31 10:42:03 PM
Did TFA have a purpose beyond listing the supposed "High Street" retailers like "Toys'R'Us"?
 
2012-10-31 10:44:21 PM

queenstacela: Well as someone who dressed her 18 month old as Alice, I'm getting a kick out of this....


As someone who dressed her 18 month old dog as Alice, I too am getting a kick out of it.

After the first time she wore it, she now runs to it and twirls in circles until I put it on her. She loves the attention. Some dogs are just AW's. The kids at the door have really enjoyed her and she got lots of hugs and kisses.
 
2012-10-31 10:53:15 PM
babies who have no say in what they wear

Oh, you mean like every day?
 
2012-10-31 11:12:38 PM

jaylectricity: Babwa Wawa: If I'm in charge of caring for something to the extent that I have to clean up their fecal matter on a regular basis, I reserve the right dress him/her/it up as whatever the f*ck I want.

I'd hate to be your dog.


I would hate to be any dog.
 
2012-10-31 11:13:48 PM

somemoron: caddisfly: Halloween is the bane of people who hate all things fun and creative. At least they don't get away with burning the fun and creative folks at the stake anymore.

/gotta go. doorbell.
/is it wrong to hand out candy with 18 year-old scotch in my hand?

Hey, she's legal now. And if she's a red-head, all the better. That accent might be annoying after a while though.


If I had her I wouldn't be drinking . . . at first.
 
2012-10-31 11:18:17 PM
I always wanted a baby so I can dress 'em as a corner.
 
2012-10-31 11:19:50 PM

jst3p: jaylectricity: Babwa Wawa: If I'm in charge of caring for something to the extent that I have to clean up their fecal matter on a regular basis, I reserve the right dress him/her/it up as whatever the f*ck I want.

I'd hate to be your dog.

I would hate to be any dog.


I dunno, that sounds like sort of a broad assumption. There's got to be a dog on this planet that has a better life than you or I. Somewhere, somehow...you know it's true.
 
2012-10-31 11:23:33 PM
I don't think my babby was all that traumatized by wearing a Hulk bodysuit. He just didn't like the Hulk hair hat.
 
2012-10-31 11:37:04 PM
My crazy Jeebus lovin neighbor wont let her 11 year old daughter go trick or treating because she says it celebrates demons. My FB page is full of babbys in costume.
 
2012-10-31 11:38:18 PM
I haven't given out treats for a while now.. not because I am a miser, but because the last time I decorated and bought candy, over half the Trick or Treaters were adults holding little babies.

First I've ever heard of this. Maybe a local phenomenon?


My doorbell has been rung 6-7 times so far tonight. 3 of them have been adults with babies in arms. One of them didn't even bother to dress the infant up--Dad held out the goody bag, and the little guy with a VERY confused look on him just plopped in the stroller. Last year, the toddlers I got were at least old enough to eat solid food; these babies should be barely onto formula, much less the awesome Take 5 bars that I'm handing out.

/By handing out, I actually mean hoarding and hiding them at the bottom of the bowl...
 
2012-10-31 11:38:43 PM
Hmmmm, let's see... I'm a mediocre nobody who will never accomplish anything of note... what can I do to prove to myself that I'm special? I know! I'll rage against people who dress up their babies in costumes for Halloween!
 
2012-10-31 11:40:20 PM
Fark mobile doesn't show the source of the link so I really thought that was going to be satire pointing to an onion article.

Also, no one ever dressed up their baby before some celebs decided to do it. Nope never crossed anyone's mind to do such a thing. Not ever.
 
2012-10-31 11:40:23 PM

slauer: I haven't given out treats for a while now.. not because I am a miser, but because the last time I decorated and bought candy, over half the Trick or Treaters were adults holding little babies.

First I've ever heard of this. Maybe a local phenomenon?

My doorbell has been rung 6-7 times so far tonight. 3 of them have been adults with babies in arms. One of them didn't even bother to dress the infant up--Dad held out the goody bag, and the little guy with a VERY confused look on him just plopped in the stroller. Last year, the toddlers I got were at least old enough to eat solid food; these babies should be barely onto formula, much less the awesome Take 5 bars that I'm handing out.

/By handing out, I actually mean hoarding and hiding them at the bottom of the bowl...


Next year hand out pacifiers and baby rattles.
 
2012-10-31 11:47:55 PM

lifeboat: [oi47.tinypic.com image 300x178]


That's awesome.
 
2012-10-31 11:54:12 PM
fbcdn-sphotos-b-a.akamaihd.net

Just put the little Batman to bed after he went through the neighborhood. I love halloween, he loves halloween
 
2012-11-01 12:01:41 AM

scottydoesntknow: [24.media.tumblr.com image 453x604]


pmchollywoodlife.files.wordpress.com

And, because the baby's expression makes the image:

cdn.fd.uproxx.com

And, since it's Halloween, some nightmare fuel:

worldwideinterweb.com 

/hope you had a safe and happy one
 
2012-11-01 12:03:58 AM
I do like the part not treating children like fashion accessories. Seems like those kind of parents would wind up like Dot and Glen from raising Arizona. They'd lose interest as soon as their kid got "too big to cuddle."
 
2012-11-01 12:12:59 AM

TheMega: Seriously?~?~? No one else going to point out that people Trick or Treating with 6 month old kids, dressed up as 'whatever' are certainly not giving the candy to the kid?!?
I haven't given out treats for a while now.. not because I am a miser, but because the last time I decorated and bought candy, over half the Trick or Treaters were adults holding little babies.
I would always get a bag of "shiat" candy and when kids didn't dress up (wore a baseball cap and said they were a baseball player) or parents carrying babies came, they got the cheap $1 a bag junk while the rest of the real Trick or Treaters got name brand goodies... The final year I gave them out, I doubt there were over 10 to 12 real kids - the rest were parents holding babies (and 95% of those were screaming and crying because of the Halloween music/noises, strobe/black lights and decorations).


I will admit, I took my 4-month-old dressed as a snowman tonight. But in my defense, I also took my 11YO (his last year trick-or-treating), my 9YO, and my 2YO. We all had fun - even the 4MO - although he did spend most of the night sleeping in a sling.
 
2012-11-01 12:19:56 AM

ArcadianRefugee: scottydoesntknow: [24.media.tumblr.com image 453x604]

[pmchollywoodlife.files.wordpress.com image 600x796]

And, because the baby's expression makes the image:

[cdn.fd.uproxx.com image 468x624]

And, since it's Halloween, some nightmare fuel:

[worldwideinterweb.com image 600x793] 

/hope you had a safe and happy one


That first one with the woman? I am SOOOOOO doing that next time I'm pregnant around Halloween - it would be AWESOME!
 
2012-11-01 12:25:49 AM

caddisfly: Halloween is the bane of people who hate all things fun and creative. At least they don't get away with burning the fun and creative folks at the stake anymore.

/gotta go. doorbell.
/is it wrong to hand out candy with 18 year-old scotch in my hand?


Only if you don't offer some to a parent who says, "Hey, is that 18 year-old scotch in your hand"?
 
2012-11-01 12:27:28 AM

TheMega: Seriously?~?~? No one else going to point out that people Trick or Treating with 6 month old kids, dressed up as 'whatever' are certainly not giving the candy to the kid?!?
I haven't given out treats for a while now.. not because I am a miser, but because the last time I decorated and bought candy, over half the Trick or Treaters were adults holding little babies.
I would always get a bag of "shiat" candy and when kids didn't dress up (wore a baseball cap and said they were a baseball player) or parents carrying babies came, they got the cheap $1 a bag junk while the rest of the real Trick or Treaters got name brand goodies... The final year I gave them out, I doubt there were over 10 to 12 real kids - the rest were parents holding babies (and 95% of those were screaming and crying because of the Halloween music/noises, strobe/black lights and decorations).


I took my 4 and a half month old out trick or treating, but only to houses of people that we know. They just wanted to see him in his costume.

Here he is visiting his auntie at work
fbcdn-sphotos-c-a.akamaihd.net
 
2012-11-01 12:33:58 AM
Aren't patents embarrassing?
 
2012-11-01 12:34:34 AM
Parents, dammit
 
2012-11-01 12:59:05 AM

jaylectricity: [sphotos-a.xx.fbcdn.net image 850x789]


Awww, the baby went as a meme!
 
2012-11-01 01:02:51 AM

Clemkadidlefark: Parents, dammit


So what are you drinking tonight?

/Me vodka, have now kids, so it's alright.
It's too darn hot and fark seems to have a problem with that these days.
 
2012-11-01 01:03:54 AM

TheMega: Seriously?~?~? No one else going to point out that people Trick or Treating with 6 month old kids, dressed up as 'whatever' are certainly not giving the candy to the kid?!?
I haven't given out treats for a while now.. not because I am a miser, but because the last time I decorated and bought candy, over half the Trick or Treaters were adults holding little babies.
I would always get a bag of "shiat" candy and when kids didn't dress up (wore a baseball cap and said they were a baseball player) or parents carrying babies came, they got the cheap $1 a bag junk while the rest of the real Trick or Treaters got name brand goodies... The final year I gave them out, I doubt there were over 10 to 12 real kids - the rest were parents holding babies (and 95% of those were screaming and crying because of the Halloween music/noises, strobe/black lights and decorations).


firedaily.com

If adults...with or without kids...want to come by my house on Halloween, I'll give them candy.

Especially if their outfits look something like this:

de.acidcow.com
 
2012-11-01 01:13:11 AM

Clemkadidlefark: Parents, dammit


Patents are too.
 
2012-11-01 01:16:40 AM

Krieghund: TheMega: Seriously?~?~? No one else going to point out that people Trick or Treating with 6 month old kids, dressed up as 'whatever' are certainly not giving the candy to the kid?!?
I haven't given out treats for a while now.. not because I am a miser, but because the last time I decorated and bought candy, over half the Trick or Treaters were adults holding little babies.
I would always get a bag of "shiat" candy and when kids didn't dress up (wore a baseball cap and said they were a baseball player) or parents carrying babies came, they got the cheap $1 a bag junk while the rest of the real Trick or Treaters got name brand goodies... The final year I gave them out, I doubt there were over 10 to 12 real kids - the rest were parents holding babies (and 95% of those were screaming and crying because of the Halloween music/noises, strobe/black lights and decorations).

[firedaily.com image 299x223]

If adults...with or without kids...want to come by my house on Halloween, I'll give them candy.

Especially if their outfits look something like this:

[de.acidcow.com image 640x426]


Did you give them candy or dollar bills? :-D
 
2012-11-01 01:19:43 AM

Krieghund: TheMega: Seriously?~?~? No one else going to point out that people Trick or Treating with 6 month old kids, dressed up as 'whatever' are certainly not giving the candy to the kid?!?
I haven't given out treats for a while now.. not because I am a miser, but because the last time I decorated and bought candy, over half the Trick or Treaters were adults holding little babies.
I would always get a bag of "shiat" candy and when kids didn't dress up (wore a baseball cap and said they were a baseball player) or parents carrying babies came, they got the cheap $1 a bag junk while the rest of the real Trick or Treaters got name brand goodies... The final year I gave them out, I doubt there were over 10 to 12 real kids - the rest were parents holding babies (and 95% of those were screaming and crying because of the Halloween music/noises, strobe/black lights and decorations).

[firedaily.com image 299x223]

If adults...with or without kids...want to come by my house on Halloween, I'll give them candy.

Especially if their outfits look something like this:

[de.acidcow.com image 640x426]


I would give then candy ; )
 
2012-11-01 01:25:03 AM

Bathia_Mapes: Krieghund: TheMega: Seriously?~?~? No one else going to point out that people Trick or Treating with 6 month old kids, dressed up as 'whatever' are certainly not giving the candy to the kid?!?
I haven't given out treats for a while now.. not because I am a miser, but because the last time I decorated and bought candy, over half the Trick or Treaters were adults holding little babies.
I would always get a bag of "shiat" candy and when kids didn't dress up (wore a baseball cap and said they were a baseball player) or parents carrying babies came, they got the cheap $1 a bag junk while the rest of the real Trick or Treaters got name brand goodies... The final year I gave them out, I doubt there were over 10 to 12 real kids - the rest were parents holding babies (and 95% of those were screaming and crying because of the Halloween music/noises, strobe/black lights and decorations).

[firedaily.com image 299x223]

If adults...with or without kids...want to come by my house on Halloween, I'll give them candy.

Especially if their outfits look something like this:

[de.acidcow.com image 640x426]

Did you give them candy or dollar bills? :-D


Dose it really mater when it's all said and done? I think not just say goodbye baby, yes even if it's plural. ; )
 
2012-11-01 01:25:20 AM
Until babies can walk and talk they are (fragile) objects that are yours do with what you will.

---------

Ghost: "Nobody objectifies baby in a corner!"
Lenny Briscoe: "I do. I'm her father; she's 16. What are you, like 30?"
 
2012-11-01 01:49:17 AM

Deedeemarz: And because I am a crappy parent I took my son--who was born at 11:30pm on Oct 30th--trick or treating at 20 hours old because I had a houseful of little girls (my older daughter and her friends and my nieces) counting on it. He was dressed as a basketball.....

And he didn't die, or (so far) suffer some major psychological trauma. These people can piss off.


If woman, you're some hardcore prairie stock there. Kudos.
 
2012-11-01 03:06:17 AM

bborchar: Why don't we let babies make ALL of their own choices? Oh, that's right- they CAN'T.


Here's a quick (but not comprehensive) test to distinguish between "a valid choice made as the guardian for someone unable to make their own decisions" and "a potentially abusive choice made for the benefit of the guardian" -- if your aged and senile mother was assigned a non-family guardian or caretaker, would you be upset if that guardian did the same thing to your mother that you're doing to your child? If you would, you shouldn't do it to your child.

Yes, children need care, and are clearly not always capable of making sound life decisions on their own. But adults in exactly that same situation have a whole slew of additional rights and protections. And it's clear that parents often make choices that, even if not directly detrimental to the child, are done for the benefit of the parents with little regard for the benefit of or effect on the child -- that's a situation we would never tolerate from guardians appointed to adults.

The basic point here is being a parent shouldn't be a "right", it should be exclusively a "responsibility", just like we treat guardians and caregivers for adults. The idea that ejecting a person from your crotch should somehow give you additional rights over them is just as ridiculous as the fugitive slave act.
 
2012-11-01 03:11:07 AM

profplump: bborchar: Why don't we let babies make ALL of their own choices? Oh, that's right- they CAN'T.

Here's a quick (but not comprehensive) test to distinguish between "a valid choice made as the guardian for someone unable to make their own decisions" and "a potentially abusive choice made for the benefit of the guardian" -- if your aged and senile mother was assigned a non-family guardian or caretaker, would you be upset if that guardian did the same thing to your mother that you're doing to your child? If you would, you shouldn't do it to your child.

Yes, children need care, and are clearly not always capable of making sound life decisions on their own. But adults in exactly that same situation have a whole slew of additional rights and protections. And it's clear that parents often make choices that, even if not directly detrimental to the child, are done for the benefit of the parents with little regard for the benefit of or effect on the child -- that's a situation we would never tolerate from guardians appointed to adults.

The basic point here is being a parent shouldn't be a "right", it should be exclusively a "responsibility", just like we treat guardians and caregivers for adults. The idea that ejecting a person from your crotch should somehow give you additional rights over them is just as ridiculous as the fugitive slave act.


An old person could potentially complain, find it humiliating, object and be ignored. A baby can shiat its pants and not care one way or another about a costume.
 
2012-11-01 03:13:44 AM

I_Hate_Iowa: Until babies can walk and talk they are (fragile) objects that are yours do with what you will.


Exactly. Just like the hospital staff is free to dress up your coma-ridden spouse for whatever holidays they feel like celebrating. As long as it doesn't physically harm the patient it's all just part of their rights as caregivers for fragile, non-talking, non-walking objects, right?

I don't think dressing up kids for halloween is a particular problem. And honestly I don't think decorating coma patients is a big deal either. But it's not an invalid point that we -- quite unjustly, and differently from adults in similar care situations -- allow parents to act for their own benefit and not that of the people in their charge.
 
2012-11-01 03:21:21 AM

I_Hate_Iowa: An old person could potentially complain, find it humiliating, object and be ignored. A baby can shiat its pants and not care one way or another about a costume.


I'm not sure how you're determining that a baby doesn't care, or that an old person does, but we'll ignore that for now.

I'm not talking about a somewhat feeble person, who needs help moving around. I'm talking about a 35-year-old that's in perfectly good physical shape but is developmentally disabled and unable to care for themselves. Or a coma patient. Or someone so senile that, while they sometimes talk, they are effectively non-communicatve. All these people would be subject to legal guardianship and would provide the same amount of social feedback (and sometimes less) than an infant. But all these people enjoy additional protections both by law and social convention.

Why? Why are children an entirely different class of dependent citizens?
 
2012-11-01 03:35:16 AM
I would post how I feel about Kidscape and Claude Knights, but I would not want to offend anyone, which could land me in jail for 12 weeks if I ever went to Great Britain.
 
2012-11-01 03:37:16 AM

bmihura: Did not read article due to .uk extension.

Is there a way to block all .uk extensions in Fark? I already have that filter in Chrome, but I don't want to see anything .uk in Fark.


Still upset over that whole taxation without representation thing?
 
2012-11-01 03:37:59 AM
www.mediocreathlete.com
 
2012-11-01 03:44:57 AM

profplump: bborchar: Why don't we let babies make ALL of their own choices? Oh, that's right- they CAN'T.

Here's a quick (but not comprehensive) test to distinguish between "a valid choice made as the guardian for someone unable to make their own decisions" and "a potentially abusive choice made for the benefit of the guardian" -- if your aged and senile mother was assigned a non-family guardian or caretaker, would you be upset if that guardian did the same thing to your mother that you're doing to your child? If you would, you shouldn't do it to your child.

Yes, children need care, and are clearly not always capable of making sound life decisions on their own. But adults in exactly that same situation have a whole slew of additional rights and protections. And it's clear that parents often make choices that, even if not directly detrimental to the child, are done for the benefit of the parents with little regard for the benefit of or effect on the child -- that's a situation we would never tolerate from guardians appointed to adults.

The basic point here is being a parent shouldn't be a "right", it should be exclusively a "responsibility", just like we treat guardians and caregivers for adults. The idea that ejecting a person from your crotch should somehow give you additional rights over them is just as ridiculous as the fugitive slave act.


img.photobucket.com

In most situations, you have a point. But, such "tests" are imperfect. There is a world of difference between dressing up an infant in a costume for Halloween (knowing full well that in a few years they will not only be able to consent to dress up but will want to dress up and pick their own costumes) and dressing up your elderly, senile mother in a costume. Huge difference.
 
2012-11-01 03:48:12 AM

profplump: I_Hate_Iowa: An old person could potentially complain, find it humiliating, object and be ignored. A baby can shiat its pants and not care one way or another about a costume.

I'm not sure how you're determining that a baby doesn't care, or that an old person does, but we'll ignore that for now.

I'm not talking about a somewhat feeble person, who needs help moving around. I'm talking about a 35-year-old that's in perfectly good physical shape but is developmentally disabled and unable to care for themselves. Or a coma patient. Or someone so senile that, while they sometimes talk, they are effectively non-communicatve. All these people would be subject to legal guardianship and would provide the same amount of social feedback (and sometimes less) than an infant. But all these people enjoy additional protections both by law and social convention.

Why? Why are children an entirely different class of dependent citizens?


Because (for the most part) children will not always be dependent citizens. Not only that but there is a difference between raising a child and caring for an adult who has the mentality of a child.
 
2012-11-01 05:15:22 AM

profplump: bborchar: Why don't we let babies make ALL of their own choices? Oh, that's right- they CAN'T.

Here's a quick (but not comprehensive) test to distinguish between "a valid choice made as the guardian for someone unable to make their own decisions" and "a potentially abusive choice made for the benefit of the guardian" -- if your aged and senile mother was assigned a non-family guardian or caretaker, would you be upset if that guardian did the same thing to your mother that you're doing to your child? If you would, you shouldn't do it to your child.


Haha. Equating family and non-family, guardian and caretaker, mother and chid, senile and juvenile, assigned and inherent guardianship, "potentially abusive" and "shouldn't do it," and unified guardian and divided guardian -- that's a lot of lifting for one paragraph to do. Clever.
 
2012-11-01 05:31:30 AM
Hmmm. There's that old expression "IF Grandma had wheels, she'd be a trolley." Now I know how to dress her up next year. Thanks for the ideas, guys. She'll have a blast. Why are you assuming Grandma doesn't like to play dress-up?
 
2012-11-01 07:52:46 AM

morgantx: will admit, I took my 4-month-old dressed as a snowman tonight. But in my defense, I also took my 11YO (his last year trick-or-treating)


Vandalism time!
 
2012-11-01 09:03:00 AM
These "activists" are projecting onto these babies more than the parents who dress them up. Is the outfit warm and comfy? Then babby doesn't care if it has bear ears or a piggy tail. Tell you what, you nutters. Why don't you use some of that pent up energy to do something about actual child abuse. You know, something that matters.

Like the PETA nutters all worried about a dog show full of pampered, loved pups when a few blocks over there are unlimited scrawny stray cats and dog fights.
 
2012-11-01 09:06:09 AM

Monkeyfark Ridiculous: TheMega: Seriously?~?~? No one else going to point out that people Trick or Treating with 6 month old kids, dressed up as 'whatever' are certainly not giving the candy to the kid?!?
I haven't given out treats for a while now.. not because I am a miser, but because the last time I decorated and bought candy, over half the Trick or Treaters were adults holding little babies.

First I've ever head of this. Maybe a local phenomenon?


It's not about the candy. They can buy a bag of freakin' candy. It's about showing off babby. The world must admire the product of their loins. Halloween is the only dayof the year they can ring your doorbell and hold up babby for your accolades. Without being hotlined, that is.
 
2012-11-01 11:23:01 AM

namegoeshere: Monkeyfark Ridiculous: TheMega: Seriously?~?~? No one else going to point out that people Trick or Treating with 6 month old kids, dressed up as 'whatever' are certainly not giving the candy to the kid?!?
I haven't given out treats for a while now.. not because I am a miser, but because the last time I decorated and bought candy, over half the Trick or Treaters were adults holding little babies.

First I've ever head of this. Maybe a local phenomenon?

It's not about the candy. They can buy a bag of freakin' candy. It's about showing off babby. The world must admire the product of their loins. Halloween is the only dayof the year they can ring your doorbell and hold up babby for your accolades. Without being hotlined, that is.


Your right. I vote we ban Halloween.

/ban
 
2012-11-01 12:58:58 PM
...'
 
2012-11-01 01:22:14 PM

queenstacela: Well as someone who dressed her 18 month old as Alice, I'm getting a kick out of this....


Alice from Wonderland? Or Alice from Resident Evil?
 
2012-11-01 01:23:55 PM

LeroyBourne: Which one of you guys dressed your baby up as a strip of bacon?


That would be perfect if it also had a sign saying, "Kiss me I'm Swine Flu!"
 
2012-11-01 01:34:49 PM

FTDA: queenstacela: Well as someone who dressed her 18 month old as Alice, I'm getting a kick out of this....

Alice from Wonderland? Or Alice from Resident Evil?


Like Sam the Butcher bringing Alice the meat.
 
2012-11-01 02:17:14 PM

jamieleighc: TheMega: Seriously?~?~? No one else going to point out that people Trick or Treating with 6 month old kids, dressed up as 'whatever' are certainly not giving the candy to the kid?!?
I haven't given out treats for a while now.. not because I am a miser, but because the last time I decorated and bought candy, over half the Trick or Treaters were adults holding little babies.
I would always get a bag of "shiat" candy and when kids didn't dress up (wore a baseball cap and said they were a baseball player) or parents carrying babies came, they got the cheap $1 a bag junk while the rest of the real Trick or Treaters got name brand goodies... The final year I gave them out, I doubt there were over 10 to 12 real kids - the rest were parents holding babies (and 95% of those were screaming and crying because of the Halloween music/noises, strobe/black lights and decorations).

I took my 4 and a half month old out trick or treating, but only to houses of people that we know. They just wanted to see him in his costume.

Here he is visiting his auntie at work
[fbcdn-sphotos-c-a.akamaihd.net image 720x960]


That's awesome! What a happy little baby! (no snark, Im a Dad. Kids rock!)
 
2012-11-01 02:27:32 PM

jaylectricity: FTDA: queenstacela: Well as someone who dressed her 18 month old as Alice, I'm getting a kick out of this....

Alice from Wonderland? Or Alice from Resident Evil?

Like Sam the Butcher bringing Alice the meat.


Good catch! I totally skipped over that one!
 
2012-11-01 03:43:49 PM
i42.photobucket.com

Zombie Baby says STFU ninnies.

/also: nomnomnom
 
2012-11-01 08:30:54 PM
Taking this to it's logical conclusion, until they can pick out their own clothes and dress themselves, we shouldn't be putting clothes on them at all. That includes diapers.

And we shouldn't be feeding them, either. The kid may not like the food we picked, so until he can say "Give me a chicken leg and a slice of pie", he gets nothing.

Just set them on the floor and let them do whatever they want.

/parenting made easy.
 
2012-11-01 08:37:52 PM

jaylectricity: jst3p: jaylectricity: Babwa Wawa: If I'm in charge of caring for something to the extent that I have to clean up their fecal matter on a regular basis, I reserve the right dress him/her/it up as whatever the f*ck I want.

I'd hate to be your dog.

I would hate to be any dog.

I dunno, that sounds like sort of a broad assumption. There's got to be a dog on this planet that has a better life than you or I. Somewhere, somehow...you know it's true.


You are CORRECT, sir!

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