Monday, August 31, 2009

I sometimes give a friend of mine hassle about his daughter;

the "She'll be a teenager soon" stuff. Considering the garbage that's out there now, I may help him dig the moat.
Would you buy a shirt for your baby that had nipple tassels on it? One company is hoping you will.

ParentDish interviewed the designer behind TwistedTwee, which is selling t-shirts for babies and preschoolers that include nipple tassels, among other items.

And if that's not enough, how about a pole-dance doll to keep the little one amused?

SlutzBratz dolls were bad enough, and thongs for little girls; what kind of morons- or dirbags- actually think this crap is a good idea?


Anonymous said...

Have you ever seen the film "Little miss sunshine"?

Some seriously dark humor in there.

The other good ones (deffinitely not to watch with a teenage daughter) were Cynthia Payne's autobiographic films "wish you were here" and something like funny way to make a living...

a seriously mis stitched woman that one...

Anonymous said...

Hopefully, the market-place will prevail, and the companise that make those products will go out of business.

But, if the company(s) thrive, that lets you know how sick, twisted and perveted our society is. Then one gets to thinking if society is worth fighting to save. . .

B Woodman

Windy Wilson said...

"TwistedTwee . . . T-shirts for babies and preschoolers that include nipple tassels, among other items."

Don't ask what's next or say it can't get any worse. This seems to be an adaptation of adult depravity to sell to children, like some 30 years ago, the Australians were selling, buying,
AND WEARING "skin-colored" swimwear with genitalia sewn on.

It's only a matter of time before someone dreams this up and tries to pitch it to children. (excuse me, as Pres Obama said in his advert for his interminable speech on September 8, Young people".
Treat the children like adults and the adults like children and soon you can treat everyone like teenagers.

Firehand said...

No, hadn't seen those movies. May have to check on them.