So it turns out Brexit doesn’t mean Brexit after all. Which is just as well, because that statement meant absolutely nothing to anything or anyone. Yesterday, the High Court ruled that the government can’t trigger the UK’s exit from the EU without Parliament’s approval after a challenge by Gina Miller. […]
Posted by Family Affairs on 24-07-2011 in BLOG tagged with David Guetta / DJ / logos / shopping / Urban Outfitters
I was suitably appalled when my daughter came back wearing this sweatshirt from Ibiza. HOW INAPPROPRIATE. She can’t go round wearing things like that on the front of her chest – isn’t that just asking for trouble?
“Mum, it’s David Guetta’s cool stuff” which is apparently supposed to make it all OK.
Then she desperately wanted me to buy her a top in Urban Outfitters that had a picture of a bike on it and the words “Free Ride” underneath.
“OF COURSE I”M NOT GOING TO BUY YOU THAT” I told her.
“WHAT MESSAGE DOES THAT GIVE EVERYBODY”?
It’s a disaster this clothing business. Bad enough when you’re worrying about them wearing clothes that are age inappropriate, but now there are all these rude logos about and she’s old enough to shop for herself it’s a nightmare.
She thinks I”m being ridiculous, that messages do not mean there is an invitation to “approach” her and that it’s just funny. I get that, but surely not everyone will see it like that?
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