Thursday, May 04, 2006

Dylan is tyke trash

Jason sent me this link today about this lady who is lamenting about how some of us choose to dress our children in shirts with naughty messages. She says our kids will be in therapy, as I am sure hers are as well for having to deal with the stick that is so far up her you-know-where.
http://theedge.bostonherald.com/lifeNews/view.bg?articleid=137636&format=text

If they were cheaper, Dylan would own more of these types of shirts because frankly I am more amused by "Cuter than Baby Jesus" or "Daddy drinks because I cry" than seeing one more Carter's onesie with animals and pastels. Unfortunately, you have a rather limited audience for shirts like the baby Jesus one, and as a result the shirt hasn't left the hanger. I thought about it for Easter but that is more of a Christmas shirt since Jesus is grown up on Easter and not a baby at all. Then, it turns out a lot of people worship Jesus and would be offended and though I like to make people laugh, I am not inclined to want to offend people. Especially people like Jason's dad or something.

Here are more funny shirts. Don't click on the link if you are the least bit likely to be offended because a lot of it actually is. I am a nice person, please don't think any less of me because of this...
http://www.tshirthell.com/babyhell.shtml
I think I am going to order Dylan the Hug Dealer one tonight.

And frankly, if you want to address how parents allow their children to dress and how that creates a need for therapy and pole dancing lessons, step into the little girls' section of any department store, Limited Too, etc and try to explain to me why it is okay to dress your six year old like a teen ho. Heather and I saw a 13 or 14 year old at the zoo yesterday with a shirt that said "My shirt would look good on your floor". Yeah, if I was interested in going to prison. Over some kid who hasn't finished puberty. And still carries 4 different forms of venereal disease. Now that's trash...

8 comments:

shannon said...

you are too fun. i tend to have a witty remark but hate to offend so try to bite my tongue depending on the company...
my kid would totally have one of those shirts. well, if i had a kid! ;)

Jaime said...

OMG, I can't believe that shirt that girl had on. I love your sense of humor Brandy!

Lisa said...

Those shirts are hillarious!

Kache said...

Love those shirts. I looked and thought "oh a pillsbury dough boy shirt, how cool". But after looking at it, I figured I didn't want to get killed walking down the street ;)

KJ said...

O-M-G! A 13-14 yo with a shirt like that?! That is trashy. Now, I'm off to check out those other shirts....

Breana said...

OMG you freaking crack me up! I know I always say that but it's TRUE! If I wasn't so chicken I would totally by Neely the My mommy/daddy drinks shirts! Love that one!

Heather said...

I remember when I found this website before these babes were born. I think some of them are hilarious.
And I think you're pushing it when you say she was 13 or 14. I thought she was 11 or 12. Sick either way. Megan's getting a chasity belt when she's 10, so you might want to break the news to Dylan.

psucolleen said...

I'm absolutely flabberghasted by the t-shirts the girls in Matthew's school wear (kindergarten through fifth grades). UNBELIEVABLE. While in a crowd, I play the "I wonder who her mother is" game. I'm often correct... remarkable how easy it is to find them.