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(Daily Mail)   Children's clothes emblazoned with ENJOY COCAINE. Yeah, some people have a problem with that   ( dailymail.co.uk) divider line
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2018-04-16 01:46:35 PM  
What a great product.  How could anyone object to it?  Seriously.
 
2018-04-16 01:49:47 PM  
I don't, that hilarious.

Don't like it? Don't farking buy it.
 
2018-04-16 01:54:06 PM  
The tags clearly say "AS AN ANALGESIC," right below the correct water temperature to wash in. Yeesh. Some people.
 
2018-04-16 01:55:34 PM  
Some folks have no sensa yuma.
 
2018-04-16 01:55:42 PM  
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2018-04-16 01:56:48 PM  
Looks like Columbia has increased its marketing budget again
 
2018-04-16 02:06:58 PM  
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2018-04-16 02:18:17 PM  
These look like the generic images that a website like CafePress or Zazzle uses to show the design of whatever pattern the uploader is selling.    Are sites like that then able to get their content into the Amazon ecosystem(?)

If that is the case, then, it is (mostly) on the content creator to when they are creating their stores and products to say "This design shouldn't be on bibs or kidswear"... and then if someone does allow it and people complain, then the Zazzle/CafePress staff can review and force the store to pull those (essentially) "SKU"s.

So, at the end of the day, likely just someone doing this, and people finding it before the staff can pull it off the site.
/but, it makes for great "news" website OMG ARTICLE!
//yawn
 
2018-04-16 02:29:08 PM  
Well, if you're going to have it, you might as well enjoy it.
 
2018-04-16 02:31:22 PM  
Credit where it's due, this is the first toddler I've ever wanted to party with

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2018-04-16 03:22:56 PM  
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2018-04-16 03:22:57 PM  
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Approves!
 
2018-04-16 03:23:25 PM  
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2018-04-16 03:24:09 PM  
Look at it this way, by the time your toddler gets to elementary school it will have learned quite a lot more than they could ever teach it.
 
2018-04-16 03:26:44 PM  
Scot Pollard
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2018-04-16 03:27:44 PM  
A knife a fork a bottle and a cork, that's the way I spell New York
 
2018-04-16 03:29:11 PM  
When are we finally get to the real culprits of the !*AMERICAN*! drug problem? Drug promoting babies! So damned cute, you know you want a line of white powdery goodness now.

Damned babies, don't they know the harm they're causing?
 
2018-04-16 03:30:17 PM  
I can't believe they've pulled the Florida public school uniforms from Amazon, this is an outrage!
 
2018-04-16 03:30:34 PM  
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2018-04-16 03:31:44 PM  
That's okay, they fixed the problem.

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2018-04-16 03:34:22 PM  
In the late 90s "Porn Star" t-shirts were a fad. I remember seeing a girl ~10 years old wearing one at the mall with her mom and some other kids. I presumed it was an extra small adult size at the time but who knows.

/I wasn't really offended, just disappointed in her parents.
 
2018-04-16 03:34:38 PM  
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2018-04-16 03:34:48 PM  
I'd recommend you not sniff the white powder that babies leave behind
 
2018-04-16 03:35:13 PM  

jwa007: What a great product.  How could anyone object to it?  Seriously.


for years i have seen tweens with "JUICY" in bold letters across their ass. wonderful parents we have in america. peaches every one.
 
2018-04-16 03:37:33 PM  
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Da Cat
 
2018-04-16 03:40:44 PM  
My roommate in college was a coke dealer and he had a shirt exactly like that and wore it about every other day.

/csb
 
2018-04-16 03:42:05 PM  
Kill The Noise & Feed Me - I Do Coke (Official Music Video)
Youtube oSPT27XyY1U

Someone's gotta make up for all you slackers.
 
2018-04-16 03:43:01 PM  
"OMG a third-party seller put up a product on a retailer web site that the retailer didn't know about, but that I found, so I'm totally angry at the retailer as the article barely mentions the two third parties!"

Folks, blaming Craigslist because you bought a shiatty used car from a scumbag in Pasadena isn't going to get Craigslist to give you a refund. Why would you do that with Amazon?
 
2018-04-16 03:47:18 PM  
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2018-04-16 03:49:12 PM  
It always amazed me that people would "advertise" their favorite drugs on shirts, bumper stickers and the like. I mean, you've just become a target for cops and really if one is doing illegal drugs that's the last thing you want to advertise.
 
2018-04-16 03:51:03 PM  

Tyrosine: In the late 90s "Porn Star" t-shirts were a fad. I remember seeing a girl ~10 years old wearing one at the mall with her mom and some other kids. I presumed it was an extra small adult size at the time but who knows.

/I wasn't really offended, just disappointed in her parents.


Hear, hear! Everyone knows that becoming a call girl is a wiser career path.
 
2018-04-16 03:51:57 PM  
Where do i get these shirts from? I need a few for a party...that's it.
 
2018-04-16 03:58:44 PM  
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2018-04-16 03:59:38 PM  

steklo: It always amazed me that people would "advertise" their favorite drugs on shirts, bumper stickers and the like. I mean, you've just become a target for cops and really if one is doing illegal drugs that's the last thing you want to advertise.


It's like putting a bumper sticker on your car that reads HELL, YEAH, I'M DRUNK. I AIN'T NO STUNT DRIVER.  I've actually seen a couple of those.  Dude, what were you thinking?
 
2018-04-16 04:00:46 PM  
I think this one was predicted in last week's Daily Fail thread from when they had a kid wearing a naughty McDonald's t-shirt.

That one was funnier IMHO.
 
2018-04-16 04:02:47 PM  

phlegmmo: steklo: It always amazed me that people would "advertise" their favorite drugs on shirts, bumper stickers and the like. I mean, you've just become a target for cops and really if one is doing illegal drugs that's the last thing you want to advertise.

It's like putting a bumper sticker on your car that reads HELL, YEAH, I'M DRUNK. I AIN'T NO STUNT DRIVER.  I've actually seen a couple of those.  Dude, what were you thinking?


Probably "I FARKING LOVE ALCOHOL!"

/Just a guess.
 
2018-04-16 04:14:53 PM  

Tyrosine: In the late 90s "Porn Star" t-shirts were a fad. I remember seeing a girl ~10 years old wearing one at the mall with her mom and some other kids. I presumed it was an extra small adult size at the time but who knows.

/I wasn't really offended, just disappointed in her parents.


That was a skateboard company (or bmx, or surfboards, or something)

Doesnt change that letting a child wear it is questionable parenting...
 
2018-04-16 04:17:48 PM  

steklo: It always amazed me that people would "advertise" their favorite drugs on shirts, bumper stickers and the like. I mean, you've just become a target for cops and really if one is doing illegal drugs that's the last thing you want to advertise.


CSB/ A girl I went to school with was given the nickname "weed" by her grandfather after she grew like a foot over the summer before freshman year (since she sprang up like a weed)

No big deal. Until he bought her a jeep for her 17th birthday with a vanity plate that just said "weed". After getting pulled over 5 times in a week, she went to the dmv and got regular plates.
 
2018-04-16 04:18:49 PM  
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2018-04-16 04:22:23 PM  
The generation of "just turn the channel if you don't like it" turned into parents who forgot.

Good thing that's the only history they'll forget....
 
2018-04-16 04:25:53 PM  

sinko swimo: jwa007: What a great product.  How could anyone object to it?  Seriously.

for years i have seen tweens with "JUICY" in bold letters across their ass. wonderful parents we have in america. peaches every one.



IMHO, they've gone out of style, which is a good thing.

Years ago, if you were on a flight, it seemed like half of the girls and women on a plane were wearing those.
 
2018-04-16 04:33:16 PM  
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2018-04-16 04:41:52 PM  

Natalie Portmanteau: Tyrosine: In the late 90s "Porn Star" t-shirts were a fad. I remember seeing a girl ~10 years old wearing one at the mall with her mom and some other kids. I presumed it was an extra small adult size at the time but who knows.

/I wasn't really offended, just disappointed in her parents.

That was a skateboard company (or bmx, or surfboards, or something)

Doesnt change that letting a child wear it is questionable parenting...


Skin Industries had an entire 'pornstar' line in the 90's along with some interesting decal kits for motocross / supermoto bikes.  I had my CR500 done up in their livery.

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/not my CR500
//just an example of the tank skins
 
2018-04-16 04:42:57 PM  

steklo: It always amazed me that people would "advertise" their favorite drugs on shirts, bumper stickers and the like. I mean, you've just become a target for cops and really if one is doing illegal drugs that's the last thing you want to advertise.


I know.......dumbass toddlers, keep it on the DL for Christ sake!
 
2018-04-16 04:44:27 PM  
Don't show them the "Baby Hell" section on T-Shirt Hell, their collective heads would explode!

Babt Hell T-Shirts

/My favorites are "No One Ever Made Her Scream Like I Did"
//and "I Beat Plan B"
///slashies like "I Tore Mommy a New One"
////and "Daddies Lil' Squirt"
 
2018-04-16 04:46:19 PM  
Dammit...that's Baby Hell with a "Y"

/and I even "previewed" my post
 
2018-04-16 04:51:33 PM  
I thought co-cane was a cane that you shared with another person, depending on who needed it to walk.
 
2018-04-16 04:54:06 PM  

MythDragon: I thought co-cane was a cane that you shared with another person, depending on who needed it to walk.


You sound like my mom when she told me she honestly thought that John Denver's Rocky Mountain High, which she sang to me as a baby, was about being at an increased elevation in the Rocky Mountains. 

/I don't believe you either.
 
2018-04-16 05:03:26 PM  
Meanwhile, little people can't get cool t-shirts to wear.
 
2018-04-16 05:06:52 PM  

drayno76: MythDragon: I thought co-cane was a cane that you shared with another person, depending on who needed it to walk.

You sound like my mom when she told me she honestly thought that John Denver's Rocky Mountain High, which she sang to me as a baby, was about being at an increased elevation in the Rocky Mountains.

/I don't believe you either.


Everyone knows it it's about a Denver school for 9th-12th graders.
 
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