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Cotton on Kids Tees: Kid Friendly or Are You Kidding?

Cheeky baby tees are too much for some families. Moms and dads who snatched up the Famous on Facebook onesie for their youngsters are steering clear of more brash tees made by Cotton on Kids. The simple shirts have sayings from "The condom broke" to "Pardon my nipple breath" and "I'm living proof my mum is easy" to "Practice safe sex" scribbled across their chests. Some parents are saying the controversial tees have crossed the line and should be pulled from the market. What's your take?

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Beauty Beauty 6 years
Enh, they're tacky, but people who are up in arms about them seriously need something else to get upset about.
CaterpillarGirl CaterpillarGirl 6 years
i love justifying these innapropriate tees with "well tweens wear p*rn star shirts so why not basically start them out younger being trash"
Pampire Pampire 6 years
I think they are highly inappropriate for childrens apparel,some are just absolutely disgusting! I never would have put anything like that on my kids, very very tacky!
Budderflie Budderflie 6 years
My brother bought my son a "no you f*ucking calm down" bib (spelled just like that) for my baby shower. I grew up with all men so this went over very well and I actually got a kick out of it. When he was young him and my father had matching "s*it happens" tees. I dont see much wrong with it seeing how I see tweens wearing P*rn star tees etc from hot topic. A baby knows no different from a onesie that has a comical saying. I live in Ohio and am from NY. This redneck state is lucky to dress their kids. Id rather see a "OMG ITS SO HORRIBLE" onesie then a naked baby. My 4 week old glady sports his profane bib and a spiky do (cause the kid has so much freakin hair). Then he spits up on it and in 3seconds its off anyways.
leeluvfashion leeluvfashion 6 years
I find these saying very tacky. I would never buy an item with those "phrases" for an adult let alone a little baby.
MissSushi MissSushi 7 years
I think theyre pretty stupid and unneccessary, but i wouldnt go so far as to mandate the line be pulled. I would NEVER put any of that crap on my kids though. My sister's friend just bought her the onsie with 3 stick figuers that say, me, mommy, and a**hole. She thinks its great, and I think shes totally disrespectful and i feel bad for her ex.
Calekey Calekey 7 years
Some can be really amusing...but agreeing with the majority- trashy is what will usually come to mind and it's not something that an infant should wear.
bluepuppybites bluepuppybites 7 years
I agree that these usually scream trashy and not sassy.
runningesq runningesq 7 years
A lot of these are foul --- esp. "the condom broke"
Chouette4u Chouette4u 7 years
I have seen these before and think they are horrible! If I ever saw a kid wearing one of these, I would automatically think their parents (or whoever dressed them) are absolute trash.
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