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Kitsichick · 09/04/2011 21:14

In the SM today was a photgrapher taking pics of children and parents with various Easter props.
We were waiting in the queue. The photographer took some lovely shots of two little girls and commented to the parents that one of the girls (about 5?) looked rather like Angelina Jolie- she had long dark hair and beautiful features. 'Yep' said her Dad ' She's going to have perfect blow job lips!' and they laughed.
I am still really unnerved. Was I B U and prudish?

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pudding25 · 09/04/2011 21:15

That is revolting.


Thingumy · 09/04/2011 21:16


Of course Yanbu.


hellymelly · 09/04/2011 21:16

I am fact I'm Shock Shock Shock


FlamingJamie · 09/04/2011 21:16

Oh God. That's vile


YouaretooniceNOT · 09/04/2011 21:16

sick fuck


GypsyMoth · 09/04/2011 21:16


her father too......


BeakerTheMuppetMuppet · 09/04/2011 21:17

that's made me feel sick

sexist dirty bastards


alphamummy · 09/04/2011 21:17

Her DAD?! That is vile.

Just wrong on soooo many levels


TotorosOcarina · 09/04/2011 21:17

What the fuck?!?

seously?? that cannot be true?

can it?

why would a father say that?!


forwantofabetter1 · 09/04/2011 21:17

Thats a gross comment to make about any child never mind your own! YANBU it would have creeped me out too.
I've often heard parents comment that certain children willl be "heartbreakers" or will have "all the boys/girls knocking at the door" but to comment on your daughters ability to perform a sexual act in later years is just wrong!


takethisonehereforastart · 09/04/2011 21:18

That's disgusting.

Did the mother laugh as well?

I can't believe a father would say that about his little girl. It's sick.


hairylights · 09/04/2011 21:18

Ew. I'd actually be seriously concerned about that.


MarianneM · 09/04/2011 21:18

I find it hard to believe that any father would say that about their 5 yo daughter.


FabbyChic · 09/04/2011 21:20

That's just fucking gross. What scum.


Thingumy · 09/04/2011 21:21

Do you remember the name of photographer?

I'd be calling up the company and reporting the photographer for his part in the lewdness.


Kitsichick · 09/04/2011 21:21

yes- both adults who I assume were her parents, laughed with the photographer. The photographer did look rather uncomfortable though and his laugh was of embarassment rather than mirth I think.
Some of the other parents were muttering and the mother said 'What?' WHAT! to them really aggressively.
I still can't believe it myself - it IS revolting if he really looks at his little girl like that.

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CurrySpice · 09/04/2011 21:23

Why would she need to report the photographer thingumy? He only commented what a beautiful girl she was. It wa the father that made the remark


GORGEOUSX · 09/04/2011 21:23

That is sick and I'm not sure that I believe you -sorry.


PPT · 09/04/2011 21:26

Dear god. If he says that sort of thing in public, imagine what the poor girl has to listen to at home. Just gross.


toddlerama · 09/04/2011 21:27

Disgusting. I remember being really shocked by my friend's mum describing her little brother as having 'come to bed eyes'. He was 10. Some people seem to use sexual language so often they can't see that it doesn't apply everywhere. So gross.


BlueAmy · 09/04/2011 21:27

That is really sickening. I'm trying to see a way it could possibly have seemed amusing in the moment, but there really is none. It's just awful.


LDNmummy · 09/04/2011 21:29

WTF!!!! I just showed this to DP and he was lost for words and if only I could have an emoticon to portray his facial expression. We both thought the same thing, how can a dad think of his daughter like that? Is he thinking about it in some sick twisted way? Like in regards to himself IYSWIM. If I had been there I think my digust would have been to obvious and I feel sad for the little girl Sad


sungirltan · 09/04/2011 21:30

how revolting and sad. yaddddddnbu!


cheesesarnie · 09/04/2011 21:31



LDNmummy · 09/04/2011 21:33

OMG I really cannot get over this story, its just so horrid! I hope the mother sees this thread and gets that man away from her daughter.

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