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Will the parent who thinks that these are appropriates costume for their child please stand up?

I can hear the conversation now.

I bought you a costume, Jimmy. You are going to be a pimp!
What's a pimp mommy?
A pimp is a person who sells girls for sex and takes all their money.
Kick ass, you're the coolest mom ever!
But wait, Jimmy, it gets even better! Look at what your little sister will be!
Oh boy, mommy! You just knew I wouldn't want to be a pimp without a hooker! I love you!
Awww, I love you too, Jimmy. Now let's go make your sister up like a whore.

(Ok, this isn't much different from the DJ-as-a-hooker scenario, but still).

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I can see it now. Timmy and Tammy trick-or-treating. Tammy comes back from the door and opens her bag for Timmy.

"Where's the Snickers at, bitch? I tol' you the last time don't come down here without no snickers! Why you holdin' out on me? I'll mess you up, girl..."

shudder

I don't of any hooker that's going to turn tricks in that!!!

Yesterday at work one of the kids (16) was telling me she went last year trick or treating dressed as a "whore", her word. I let my age show and asked her if she vetted that past her mother. Her reply, "Oh, she didn't care." I have so may problems with that on so may levels I feel like my heads gonna bust. A prude I am not, but these are kids,......Was I so innocent as a teen? or have our standards dropped so far into the gutter?

Not our kids, dammit, not while I breathe will our little girl dress like a two dollar hooker. My wife and I will give our kids a childhood, not a crash course in outrageous behavior 101. If they throw away their potential it won't be because we didn't let them know that they can have taste and class.

"Trick or treat!"

"Trick, Pimp Daddy, for your saloon whore little sister."

"AWESOME!!! thanks!!!"

I really wanted to get Jason the pimp costume, especially after the whole teennudies.com incident. But I resisted the temptation and he went as a scarecrow instead to the costume party on Saturday night...

Heh, Christine, that would have been hysterical.

well i'm sure i don't get as much e-mail from comment trolls as you do but i used to get about 1 every week from random preteen girls who think i'm their new boyfriend. i had to put a warning under my e-mail address and take down my comments because of too many trolls puting up stupid shit. as is life.

well i'm sure i don't get as much e-mail from comment trolls as you do but i used to get about 1 every week from random preteen girls who think i'm their new boyfriend. i had to put a warning under my e-mail address and take down my comments because of too many trolls puting up stupid shit. as is life.

I think the wildest my parents ever let me get was a punk rocker one year, and I was fourteen and it was the last year my parents would let me go trick or treating.

Actually - my 8th grader (his last year trick-or-treating, I mean it!) asked for/bought the pimp outfit with his own money ($49 at PartyCity)...I was a little disturbed til he assured me that he'd lined up some ho's for Dear Ol' Dad next weekend

You could actually tell people the pimp costume is really a Stevie Ray Vaughan costume and get away with it!

THAT just totally DISGUSTS me to the hilt!

Did you want the parents to stand up so you could have a clearer shot at them?

Curious in Texas

That was the idea, Kim. So far no one has walked into my target zone, though.