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    Sooo wrong. Maybe if Daddy learned how to suck his own dick, or taught the dog or cat, Mommy wouldn't have that problem.

    And that 'Now That I'm Safe, I'm pro-choice', that didn't sit well with me either.

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    I think most of these shirts are pretty offensive. I can't imagine ever thinking it would be cute or funny to dress my kid in one.

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    "Now That I'm Safe, I'm Pro-Choice".

    While I would shake my head at these in public, I actually think they're quite funny. I mean come on! The quotes aren't attached to the baby...... in a manner of speaking......... they're just gags. Everybody knows that.
    It's daring and shouldn't be worn, but they're very funny!

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    theyre absolutely tasteless

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    I think they are tacky. You can have slogan shirts without them saying offensive things.

    My daughter has the following 2:
    1. If Mum Says No Ask Nana. My mum loves it when she wears it.

    2. I (love heart) Daddy.

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    I want to get my daughter this one:

    If You Think I'm A Bitch You Should Meet My Mom T-shirt

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    Quote Originally Posted by twitchy View Post
    LMAO, I love it!

    Actually I wanted to buy that very T-Shirt for myself (in adult size, obviously) a few years back. But then I figured my mum would kick my ass!
    "Remember to always be yourself. Unless you suck." - Joss Whedon

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    Even though the shirts are funny, it is a bit offensive and not something I'd put on a child. Especially this one, which obviously means the parents have their own agenda and are using the kid as a walking advertisement:

    Everyone is entitled to be stupid, but some abuse the privilege.

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