Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Paladin, Dec 10, 2019.
I read "Walmart has pulled several “risque” sweaters" and expected another stupid "white = evil" kind of thing, but it's actually more hilarious.
This may be the best thing that has come from Walmart sweaters of all time.
I wonder if in 100 years society will fondly look back on the years prior to 2016, tilt their heads with a nostalgic smile, and quietly remember (read: be envious of) how humor, jokes, parody and even people being able to make fun of other people was perfectly normal AND okay. All before pound signs in front of grammatically incorrect words took over and ruined the world more than ozone layer depletion, plastic pollution and disease ever did combined.
I hope scholars of the future will talk about this small window of time that a few of us were allowed to live in and enjoy. For the children, guys. For the children.
What's wrong with a little booger sugar?
Cocaine is a hell of a drug.
You should never trust anyone who sticks something other than a finger or a VickStick up their nose.
Oh hell yeah, line 'em up, Santa, line. Them. UP!
Is that why Rudolph's nose glows? Too much nose candy?
Given this is a Transformers site, I was expecting this to be a different kind of White Christmas. Like Rumble in "A Decepticon Raider in King Arthur's Court" kind of White Christmas.
I usually associate that with heavy drinking. So Santa’s a coke fiend but Rudolph gets on the port every night.
... And people expect Rudolph to deliver presents all over the world in one night & be clean as a whistle. Tell them they’re dreamin’.
On the 8th day of Christmas my true love gave to me 8 spoons of snorting.
Or a tissue paper.
A nose in need deserves puff indeed.
This is how false info spreads so fast on the internet. It was a 3rd party seller on their website. Not on their "shelves."
Anyways, why is this even a big deal? It's a joke! If you don't like it, don't buy it!
The rationale is that parents don't want their kids seeing Santa warming his balls over a fire, snorting coke, etc. And that would be valid if these same parents weren't dragging their kids through the eye opening, innocence tainting dredges of Walmart in the first place. I mean, your kid seeing Santa with some hookers on a sweater is the LEAST of your worries in a fucking Walmart. I imagine most kids come out of one of those the first time like they just saw war.
This was a 3rd party seller on Walmart website. Not in the store.
Right, but the 'controversy' was that A) 3rd party seller or not, they were available on the website, and B) parents didn't know that and started doing the "what if" freak out.
I hope it's clear that I obviously think it's hilariously stupid, the parents need to chill, blah blah blah, but *the way it was reported* aka not making it overtly known this was just a website thing is WHY this dumb thing even made news. When convenient, it's always - laughably - "for the protection of the children".
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