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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?

Chiggers Wed 27-Feb-13 16:08:53

Maybe the catch is that the Daddy got more than he bargained for on the night of conception. At least that's how I read it.

Meh, I'm not going to get het up or offended over it. More important things to worry about in life and all that......

OkayHazel Wed 27-Feb-13 16:13:10

Chiggers I agree.

I wouldn't put my kid in it, but if someone wants to, I'm not going to get my back up.

cjel Wed 27-Feb-13 19:11:49

awful.

243 now sold. It takes all sorts. Personally I think it's vile.

SnotMeReally Wed 27-Feb-13 19:55:32

just vile sad

I commented to DH about a homemade baby bib stall where one of the slogans was "When I grow up I want an asbo" with a yoof slumped against a lamppost with a can in his hand and a black eye

IMo that's just sick, funny does not come into it - the woman on the stall smuggly said "actually madam they are one of our best sellers".

There are lots of people with no taste who think they have a whacky sense of humour then!

KeatsiePie Algeria Wed 27-Feb-13 20:15:31

Sasha I did mean it to be nice! At the time I was afraid it might come off wrong but tried to phrase it well.

twilight3 Wed 27-Feb-13 20:23:04

I think if I actually saw it on a baby I'd find it disgusting, but as a theoretical baby grow it made me giggle...

SashaSashays Wed 27-Feb-13 21:03:12

Thanks Keatsie, I wasn't sure thanks

RemembersItWell Wed 27-Feb-13 21:09:25

MidnightMasquerader. Oh she wasn't popular. And we WERE all just being polite. Can you imagine the bun fight if people had said what they really thought?

KeatsiePie Algeria Wed 27-Feb-13 21:37:01

thanks to you Sasha, I really meant it. Our families are scattered about and we probably won't be able to have a large family of our own and I thought your situation sounded really happy and nice.

SashaSashays Wed 27-Feb-13 22:17:05

Lol at such refreshing sweetness on a thread about BLOWJOB adorned babies.

Yes it is nice having a large family an we are lucky in that respect, but like I said I'm convinced we'd be a very effective contraception advert!

MidnightMasquerader Wed 27-Feb-13 22:20:12

Ooh, Remembers - do you know who I mean?!

Grim indeed. I can imagine some people I used to work with buying it as a mat leave kind of gift. But they were young, single childless & predominantly male. I can't imagine many parents dressing there child in it. But if they did, I'm sure it would go with the baby's pierced ears & top knot

<snob emoticon>

arrrghhhhwaiting Wed 27-Feb-13 22:42:24

And you can collect nectar points when you buy it shock

KeatsiePie Algeria Thu 28-Feb-13 03:32:47

I know, I realized I've gotten a bit sappy here on a totally inappropriate thread! Oh well grin

MumFrog Thu 28-Feb-13 03:53:41

Must admit that I wouldn't put my own child in one but its the sort of daft thing I'd buy a 'very good' friend..... And then get out the REAL gift.
Its just plain silliness. Its something that'd be passed around, laughed at and filed away! I know none of my close friends would be offended because if they didn't have humour, they wouldn't be in my circle of friends, and no I'm not a chav, I'm a country bumpkin. I don't watch Jeremy Kyle either, repulsive man that he is.
I can't believe so many people are taking it seriously or someone wanted to report it to eBay ffs.
It wouldn't sexualise a baby if someone DID put it on their child. It also wouldn't seriously be taken that Daddy didn't want the child.
I've always used those bodysuits as vests that actually keep the child tucked in so they're an undergarment anyway. I'm so glad that my children are growing up with humour in their lives amongst family and friends.

MumFrog Thu 28-Feb-13 04:01:59

I'm with you there Sasha although my children don't swear or hear it from us.... I imagine my oldest does as he's in Afghan at the moment lol.
We are very lighthearted people and don't take offence at such things.
Each to their own is my view. If I saw a baby wearing the bodysuit, I'd comment and smile, not be tut tutting as some would.

Mother2many Thu 28-Feb-13 19:09:53

I also don't like shirt that have skulls, rock bands, etc. on little children either.... but I admit, I did by my son a "Daddy's little Squirt" onesie... Needless to say when we went to court my Xh, tried to show the judge that onesie... Judge didn't care....

Bogeyface Netherlands Thu 28-Feb-13 19:15:55

I bought DS a t-shirt with the lyrics of "Friday I'm In Love" on it. Its still my favourite, but no skulls etc involved.
Mother isnt it pathetic what some men will do try and paint the exes as bad parents?!

countrykitten Thu 28-Feb-13 19:20:56

Good God. I can't believe that anyone with a brain would dress their baby in this. Or Daddy's Little Squirt...bloody gross. Sorry Mother2many I just think it's revolting - a knowing, sexual 'joke' on a tiny little child? WTF?

Words fail to describe people so lacking in anything approaching taste or decency.

OutsideOverThere Thu 28-Feb-13 19:23:38

It's horrible.

OutsideOverThere Thu 28-Feb-13 19:26:17

Its just babies are so innocent. You can't put them in this sort of junk.

I understand as a joke, it's not totally beyond unfunny but to put it on a small baby is so grim and unkind and undignified.

I struggled with a Tigger costume my friend sent ds1. That was nothing compared to this.

You just have to look in the mothercare catalogue for the 'crappy page', after their normal baby clothes you then get the santa costume, the devil costume, it's just one of those things some parents think is funny but it's crap.

SashaSashays Thu 28-Feb-13 20:03:31

Whats wrong with Santa outfits? Or band t-shirts? What about football kits?

McKayz Germany Thu 28-Feb-13 20:10:27

I agree with Chiggars. Its not particularly nice but I have more things to worry about.

But then I dress my baby in headbands, skulls, jeans and football kits. Poor little DD.

vile. didn't mind the Vegas one really though, not as bad as actually naming your child after the place they were conceived like some people do!

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