Would anyone actually put this on their child?

(89 Posts)
HerrenaHarridan Tue 26-Feb-13 23:22:52

all daddy wanted was a blow job

shock

I'm fairly unshockable, but on this words fail me

Can anyone persuade me there's a funny side?

Spice17 Wed 27-Feb-13 10:15:31

Emblazoning the word 'blow job' on your baby - nice. Urgh, just urgh.

Not very shockable but I find this absolutely abhorrant.

WorraLiberty Wed 27-Feb-13 10:18:02

They're vile and tacky

Sadly they're not new and have been around for years.

waitingtobeamummy Wed 27-Feb-13 10:22:16

I know someone who bought it or had it bought for her ds. She sent a photo if him wearing it as a thank you card (she was my boss)
Her and her husband are intelligent people, I don't know how they thought it was funny or the right thing to send to a group of mostly aging women!
It's horrible and Just seems to me like a "your dad didn't want you" sign.

EeyoresGloomyPlace Wed 27-Feb-13 10:25:37

Horrible, tacky, inappropriate, just wrong.

I saw these in a shop a couple of years ago and was appalled. Unfortunately it was the sort of shop pushing the 'aim to shock' line and there was no point in my complaining as just about everything in there was offensive in one way or another so I just left sharpish.

Why would anyone put this on their baby?

MiaowTheCat Wed 27-Feb-13 10:34:22

Would anyone put it on their baby.... someone must cos there are dozens of those sort of designs and they obviously must sell.

I just regard them as the equivalent of the "I'm with stupid -->" t-shirts only with the arrow pointing out of the pushchair and to the parents.

DesiderataHollow Wed 27-Feb-13 10:38:09

Miaow, really ? You can't see the difference between making yourself the butt of a joke, and declaring your child an unwanted mistake?

DonderandBlitzen Wed 27-Feb-13 10:38:58

Vile.

VictorTango Wed 27-Feb-13 10:39:51

Can you imagine being as adult and coming across a photo of yourself wearing this <<boak>> <<cringe>>

Ridersofthestorm Wed 27-Feb-13 10:53:28

Awful!

FriendlyLadybird Wed 27-Feb-13 11:10:26

That's just horrible. I thought the Vegas one was quite funny, though I wouldn't buy one myself.

TheCatIsUpTheDuff Wed 27-Feb-13 11:26:22

I think it's quite funny. I wouldn't buy it, but if somebody gave it to me I'd put it on the baby as an underneath layer.

SneezySnatcher Wed 27-Feb-13 11:34:15

Grim. I've also seen the '50 Shades Baby' ones with handcuffs on them <vom>.

A friend of mine is very proud of the fact that she conceived immediately after her wedfing and got a 'Honeymoon Baby' vest for her DC. That's bad enough IMO!

Fakebook Wed 27-Feb-13 11:43:48

Yes I would. The day hell freezes over and pigs start flying across the sky.

Cheap, tacky, tasteless, crude, stupid, vile and WRONG are a few words that come to mind when I look at those astrocities.

willyoulistentome Wed 27-Feb-13 11:45:34

Revolting.

vamosbebe Wed 27-Feb-13 11:52:20

I've also seen, 'Mummy only asked for a backrub' babygros, too.
Tasteless.
I must admit I bought a 'Alcatraz reject: too cute' babgro for ds grin so I, too, can be tacky!

Sugarice Wed 27-Feb-13 11:57:02

Messages like that on baby/childrens' clothing are totally inappropriate.

Gross.

I don't want the word 'blow-job' anywhere near my child.

I really hate the "Are you my Daddy?" ones.

GregBishopsBottomBitch Wed 27-Feb-13 12:07:39

I could only imagine, i might be wrong, only chavs would put things like that on their kids, i certainly wouldnt.

I think it's vile and can't imagine anyone with half a brain putting it on their child.

Why.....just why???

midastouch Wed 27-Feb-13 13:34:07

shock ..

MiaowTheCat Wed 27-Feb-13 14:53:14

DesiderataHollow - I guess I have more important things to do with my life than get in a tizz about what other people choose to dress their children in - and as babies - what they're wearing only really makes a statement about the parents (until they get old enough to declare they will ONLY wear red wellies, a ballet tutu and woolly jumper that day).

I also don't get in a tizz about babies in jeans, hairbands, babygros 24-7 or the usual suspects of debate/sneering.

SashaSashays Wed 27-Feb-13 14:53:45

Keatsie I'm going to take that as you being nice, I think it might be sarcasm but I'm going to pretend the bitches of AIBU do not exist, so.. Thank You, I'm sure you're lovely too, and we are very happy some of the time.

OkayHazel Wed 27-Feb-13 15:47:16

I'm pretty sure it's a joke present and no one actually puts it on their baby.

But then again I have seen Jeremy Kyle, so I might stand corrected.

WhoPaintedTheLion Wed 27-Feb-13 15:57:15

Distasteful. And shameless.

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