Posts Tagged ‘children’

Walmart in the USA has a new product they are launching aimed at young girls from the ages of eight to twelve. It’s a makeup line called, Geo-Girl. Anti-aging products, foundation, lipstick, blusher, nail polish, and the list goes on. There will be sixty-nine products in all available on their shelves Feb 21st.

Eight year olds? Are you freakin’ kidding me?

It’s not aimed for dress up. The head executives have stated that it will replace the Mary Kay and Ashley makeup and that they are selling this to children to create future consumers and to turn a profit.

They actually admit it? What f**king slime balls.

Parents should not stand for this and boycott them if they market this to eight year olds. It’s bad enough that young girls all ready have body image issues and this is going to make matters worse. Why is society making our kids feel like they need this crap? Children do NOT need anti-aging makeup. They aren’t even teenagers yet. It’s disgusting! What’s next? They are sexualizing our children.

Is this acceptable to you?

It’s bad enough that a large percentage of Walmart’s clothing is made by children in third world countries, now this?

It makes me so angry that people get all bent out of shape over animal cruelty but when it comes to something important pertaining to our own children people turn a blind eye.

It hasn’t come to Canada yet and I hope it never does.

SHAME ON YOU, WALMART!

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Seriously, get out of the Cracker Jack and learn the rules of the road.

When the Crossing Guard has his stop sign out it means stop. Stop you effin’ freaks! It doesn’t mean you step on your gas, go through his stop sign or hit him with your vehicle.

If I am in my vehicle and stop to let somebody cross, it doesn’t mean you zoom around me and hit a child. I’m stopped for a reason. Use your neanderthal-laden brain.

This is how you avoid killing me and others in the morning:

1. Make sure you get at least eight hours of sleep.

2. Lay out your clothing the night before so you know what you’re going to wear.

3. Shower the night before so you aren’t in such a rush.

4. Always put your keys in the same place so that you aren’t scrambling to find them in the morning.

5. Put your children’s homework in a designated place.

6. Give yourself enough time to get to your destination.

When it’s my time to die and God comes to collect me I don’t want to be wrapped around your car’s grill, a bloody mess. Call me crazy, but I don’t like pain.

Wake the hell up in the morning. Stop running on zombie mode. I don’t care if you have to drink a vat of coffee or use Fred Flinstone toothpicks on your lids. Punch yourself in the face, whatever it takes.

Why is it that I seem to be able to get to work on time but you can’t? Do you have to be so obnoxious behind the wheel? Have a little respect. We might be protecting your child or grandchild.

This has been a public service announcement.

Thursday Nov 25th 2010

Posted: November 25, 2010 by Marya in Quote of the day
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Spending quality time with your children and enjoying them is the best gift any parent can give – self worth!