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Would anyone actually put this on their child?

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HerrenaHarridan Tue 26-Feb-13 23:22:52

all daddy wanted was a blow job


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

Can anyone persuade me there's a funny side?

wannabedomesticgoddess Tue 26-Feb-13 23:23:36


LadyApricot Tue 26-Feb-13 23:25:19


ProPerformer Tue 26-Feb-13 23:28:16

Ok, I'm someone who many say has a vile and inappropriate sense of humour - but even I think that is shocking!!

YouTheCat Tue 26-Feb-13 23:29:51

I have seen these online but have never actually seen any kid wearing one.

squeakytoy Tue 26-Feb-13 23:33:00

my god.. I am fairly open minded, but that is just utterly gross.

sadly, there are some people who will think it funny... (the type who go on jeremy kyle and see it as a badge of honour)

HerrenaHarridan Tue 26-Feb-13 23:34:22

I don't know what has me pearl clutching more, emblazoning blow job on you baby or the whole daddy didn't really want me, he wanted a blow job and got landed with me.

But I mean they wouldn't make it if they couldn't sell it to someone, would they?

I was just browsing for next size up clothes, now I'm pondering the state of humanity --again-/

Withalittlesparkle Tue 26-Feb-13 23:36:35

These are horrid!! I saw one the other day "daddy's little squirt" with a picture of a cartoon sperm next to it!!!!!

Pilgit Tue 26-Feb-13 23:38:09

speechless. Just wrong

KB02 Tue 26-Feb-13 23:38:57

Horrible, I was looking for the report button !

HopAndSplash Tue 26-Feb-13 23:39:25

162 sold :O

I don't even get how it relates to a baby anyway? "All daddy wanted was a shag" While equally as disgusting, would relate to accidentally having a baby, but whats a blowjob got to do with anything!? So so disgusting to sexualise a childs clothing like that sad

SashaSashays Tue 26-Feb-13 23:40:53

I think it's quite funny. I don't know if I'd put mine in one, maybe just at home or with friends who I know would laugh. Not for going out as it wouldn't be nice for those who find it offensive.

It's the kind of thing DHs friends might buy for us or I would buy as a joke for my brother when he's had children. Obviously I'd buy something nice as well but this caused me to smile so I think my friends would laugh.

Phosphene Tue 26-Feb-13 23:43:18


I went to Vegas and they had baby vesta with 'I am what happened in Vegas' written on it...

Slainte Tue 26-Feb-13 23:43:52

Witha I saw a pic of one of those the other day too, I was shock

Bogeyface Tue 26-Feb-13 23:46:38

Its the sort of thing that single childless men would buy their mates baby "fer a laff". At least, I hope they are the only people who would buy it.....

squeakytoy Tue 26-Feb-13 23:51:25

I cant see a problem with the Vegas one..

HerrenaHarridan Tue 26-Feb-13 23:52:57

Sasha shock. Really wow! Maybe we're just taking it too literally. Doesn't the suggestion that dc was a mistake and daddy would have preferred a blow job bother you.
Are you someone who often finds humour in especially controversial things?
I hope you don't take that as an attack, I'm trying to get my head round the idea that someone sold 162 of these.
I used to know someone who thought it was hysterically funny when children swore, precisely because it was so wrong and offended people so much. Is this on a similar track?

Daddy's little squirt is marginally funnier. Though I can't imagine putting my kid in that either. It is at least vaguely opaque.

SomethingProfound Tue 26-Feb-13 23:57:44

Are these intended for actual use, or as gag gifts that you would never in a million years put on your DC?

Or perhaps I'm just trying to rationalise its production.

GazpachoSoup Wed 27-Feb-13 00:13:57

No, seriously, not nice. I'm all for cute slogans and dressed mine up in some silly little things like Christmas slogans "mummy's little pudding" grin
That, though?! Horrible. No way.

SashaSashays Wed 27-Feb-13 00:16:34

I think you're right in saying that you're taking it too literally. But to be technical, it says wanted, not preferred and I think it suggests the dc was an accident as opposed to a mistake. Maybe these are popular with those who have an accidental pregnancy.

I wouldn't say I'm 'one of those people' as I don't find humour especially in controversial things, although I do tend to see a funny side to almost everything, including children swearing. Maybe I just find it funny because most of my DC are the result of DH just wanting a shag. We have made jokes about this kind of thing, it often comes up as we have 5 DC and people might joke about not having a telly etc, so when I was pregnant again DH might joke he was only trying to get his leg over.

I just think of it as being a bit like when my DC are running wild and I say to my friend with 1 child to save herself and not have any more. I have been known to come home to the house being a bomb site, DC going manic and comment that they would be the most successful advert for contraception, doesn't mean anything other than a jokey comment.

GlitterySkulls Wed 27-Feb-13 01:36:31

that is horrible- and tacky.

DH showed me a pic of a mate's baby's changing mat on facebook the other day, it had something along the lines of "9 months ago, mummy & daddy read 50 shades of grey"- just eurgh!

IneedAsockamnesty Wed 27-Feb-13 01:45:01


Perhaps those 163 people all thought they were buying socks.

MidnightMasquerader Wed 27-Feb-13 01:45:51

I know of somebody on another forum who bought one of these for her DD. hmm She was popular on the forum, and everyone thought it was 'hilarious'. A bunch of middle class mothers, not dissimilar from the MN demographic, thought it was hilarious. Well, they kindly said they did, anyway.

I thought she was an idiot, and so following the 'if you can't say something nice, don't say anything at all' school of thought, just rolled my eyes and kept schtum.

I can see the joke, as it were. It's monetarily snigger-worthy. But would I pay good money for it and put it on my child? Christ, no. It's desperately <scrambles around looking for an alternative to the dreaded c-word> uncouth...

KeatsiePie Wed 27-Feb-13 07:26:14

Sasha you guys sound lovely and so happy.

Er, back on topic, I wouldn't buy it, mainly b/c I wouldn't want my kid to hear it/think it. But then I think about how my parents were rather prim and I'm not sure it was so good for us. [wavers] No. I wouldn't buy it. I think a joke among friends/family is fine but to print it and put it on the kid is too much.

pigletmania Wed 27-Feb-13 08:12:51


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