Saturday, September 16, 2006

Out-takes from Girls Gone Wild?



That's just too funny. Gotta love it. Nice.

And an added note; At the football game last night there was a funny scene. Some guy was sitting up in front of the stands with his wife in a wheelchair, with their 4 to 6 year old kids running around. He was wearing a t-shirt with an advertisement for a local body shop. I recognized the ad from the fact that they had fixed hail damage on my jeep a few times. About half way through the game I noticed the t-shirt and read the text of it, which said "B&G Auto Body, You fuck it up, we fix it up." Had to laugh.

Then, about a half hour later, a cop shows up and tells the guy to ether turn the shirt inside out or he'd have to leave. So he turned it inside out, and we all got way too good a look at his tattoos in the process. The parents who were sitting around me, all of whom had teenage kids, all quietly voiced approval.

I gotta say, if your kids are old enough to be able to read and understand that word, chances are they're probably using the word, on a daily basis. I mean, civility and propriety aside, parents need to get a clue, in so many ways.

6 comments:

Ranger Tom said...

That's sooooo disturbing on so many levels...

lauritajuanitasanchez said...

I'll be surprised if my children, aged 4 and 2, don't bust out with "jackass" or "mother FUCK" the second another kid takes their crayons in day care. They're with mommy in the car. They know.

DirtCrashr said...

Typical Mardi Gras hype and exaggeration!

phlegmfatale said...

Yeah, I understand your point, but it's one thing to wear something like that to a bar, and another thing entirely to wear it to a place with a bunch of little kids. I don't care if they know the word or not. As much of a pottymouth as I am, my parents don't curse and didn't tolerate anything smutty in our environment - they demanded respect, and I admire that.

Fathairybastard said...

Very true. My folks did the same thing. I can see why they would be upset with the guy, but I think we spend a lot of time obsessing over dirty words in this country, while encouraging preteen kids dress like adults and sexualizing everything. The guy was out of line,

Last year, the senior class kids down in Florence all got senior t-shirts. Many of them had the word "Dashiznit" emblazoned on the back. I laughed when I saw it and asked if the administrators knew what that word meant. They said "Naaaa". Hilarious.

J said...

Somehow I feel as if I have heard this story before, somewhere....