Thursday, November 27, 2003

We had the Cowboys/Dolphins game on his afternoon. They showed a shot of the crowd at one point, and I shit you not, but there was one little girl there who couldn't have been more than 10 years old who was dressed up as a Dallas Cowboys cheerleader. In case you're unfamiliar with their attire, you can get a shot here. You see that little vest and the handkerchief that ties in the front? Yeah, she was dressed up like that. This pisses me off on a couple of fronts.

First off, this little girl did not have the tits to pull that outfit off. I'm sorry, but if you ain't got it, don't wear it. Am I right?

What the fuck is wrong with parents that they actually parade their daughter around in an outfit like this? You're dressing her up like that to hang out around a bunch of drunken football fans? Yeah, it's cute, in a "6-year-old dressed as Britney Spears" sorta way, but it seems fucking dangerous. 70,000 people in that stadium... There's a decent chance that someone there is a kiddy raper, and all it takes is for you to take your eyes off her for a couple of seconds.

It just pisses me off that parents are so fucking clueless when it comes to shit like that. Clueless or just disgustingly indifferent. Sadly, pedophiles are going to sexually assault children no matter what since they're sick, incurable fucks. But don't put your child at risk by basically hanging a "rape me" sign around her neck. Don't buy your little girl a thong from Abercrombie. Don't raise your little boy Catholic. Don't put your little girl in anything with cherries on it.

Yeah, we all know I'm sick, so maybe I'm just the sick one for thinking that doing shit like this is such a bad idea. But, c'mon, how could it possibly be a good idea to dress up children like this? Even if you aren't just turning them into bait, you're at least training your daughter to dress in slutty clothing when she gets older.

On second thought, parents, go ahead and dress them up like that. Just don't come crying to me when they get molested.

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