Tuesday, August 7, 2007

Moronic Parents

A couple of days ago, I saw a young girl with jeans that had "apple bottom" emblazoned across them. What in the hell possesses parental units to think that buying clothes like this for a nine year-old is a good idea?

5 comments:

Tam said...

She threatened to hold her breath until she turned blue and they caved?

That'd be my guess...

jrshirley said...

Jesus God. With "apple" in huge letters on one cheek, and "bottom" on the other.

Matt G said...

I've seen "JUICY" emblazoned across the ass (okay, can't call it that-- more of a "butt") of a 12-year-old.

If I were posting this on my blog, it would get the file word: "People Who Need Pianos Dropped On Them." (The parents. The kids will try to get away with murder if you'll let them. This girl was a victim of her parents.)

Don Gwinn said...

All right, I'm slow. What does "apple bottom" mean?

The excuse I hear most often is that "That's all you can find in the stores now, we hate it too, but you really can't buy anything else."

phlegmfatale said...

I chalk the slogan-slathered ass trend up to mass psychosis. I don't know where anyone got the idea that looks good on people of any age. It's sad, too, when parents dress their daughters in whorish clothing. Creepy.


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