I am at a loss. Wow.
sleeping in that hat must be uncomfortable.
That's what she came up with? Pajamas with the St George Cross on them? Nothing says "safe and secure" like wearing an English footballer symbol. Also, is that girl wearing a bridal veil? That's just icky.
Poor kids. The fabric looks like you would sweat all night! Perhaps they should also pray for air conditioning!Now if they made them from Kevlar.... then they might have something for the rougher communities... :-)
If you mean, everyday is Halloween...
Maybe if they didn't subject their children to the whole "Now I lay me down to sleep, I pray the lord my soul to keep. If I should die before I wake" business, their kids wouldn't be fucking terrified to go to sleep at night.
White people are so weird.
As Ministry so wisely said in 1986, Everyday is Halloween.
So, when the insane man with the sharp knife sneaks into their bedroom or the drive-by-gangbangah shoots a stray bullet into thier window, these PJ's will just bounce 'em off?Second question: do you SLEEP with the shield, or lay it on the floor or hang it on a nail above your bed?Third question: what's wrong with sleeping like Adam and Eve did? Is that somehow sinful or something??
okay, now, kids to be fair...If you want to put your kid in those things as a set of pajama;s I can actually go along with that. And Parky's right, thefirstthing you think when you see it is the England National Football Team, anyway, and you're kids not wearing it out of the house....still a little off, but satisfactory.The shield and the hat and shit is where it crosses the line into nutball-zealot.
We should all have an Armor Of God slumber party.
They also stop the kids from touching themselves.
Coaster's right: I ordered a pair and the underpants are sewn in and double reinforced. There's also a place on the order form for including one of those shock collar things in case hands "accidently" wander in the night.
Look... there's a boy and a girl... you and Chris could go as a pair!!
The Armor of God will have to go into the laundry at some point. What then?
I'll tell you what's crazy. If these outfits came out 25 years ago, my mother would have tried to make me wear one!It would have gone well with the "Jesus Loves You" pin she bought for me to wear on Valentine's Day. I didn't wear it though, I threw such a fit that she became exhausted and gave up.
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