Thursday, May 9, 2013

If you ever see one of my kids in this store, you have my permission to drag them out by their hair.

Recently the CEO of Abercrombie &Fitch had this to say about his beloved company.  What. The. What?

I swear if my kids ever so much as glance behind those wooden blinds in the mall they are going to be wearing this until they are old enough to pay their own bills:
See ya, Kevin Durant jersey!

Because anything, anything, is better than this:
(Somehow this is advertising their clothing line)

And just when I was feeling pretty sure that I had about 6-7 more years until I needed to worry about talking to my kids about not dressing like a high-class hooker, Bode home home with this in his backpack:
Bode likes boobies and Lily. In that order. 

I am starting to realize that this is going to be an uphill battle. And I'm going to have to call in back-up on many occasions. Let's make a pact right now to be each other's back-up. Because it's all fun and games until somebody gets into a filthy lake in their Abercrombie jeans. 


ann said...

Oh lordy. Bless all the parents.

Ryan and Katie said...

Oh my. Im hoping by the time liv is a teen all the abercrabbies will have died off probably from severe cologne inhalation from the store....or is that hollister?

Michelle said... funny! I don't think there is an A&F at Quail anymore. I used to work there.....fainted while working there once....oh boy

Wa Wa Waughs said...

Yes, I'm totally hoping all the negative publicity kills that store.

The Lady in Pred said...

Summer, ran across this post and had to comment-- hope you don't mind. I read your blog from time to time. I've never let my kids wear A&F and a few other brands. I took some flack from time to time but we all survived. Talk about it now and hold the line later. There are plenty of trendy clothes w/out buying those. My kids learned that some things were just off limits and why. It never became a point of rebellion, but I know I ran that risk.
You go girl!
Sherry Bingham