By Crystal - 08/03/2010 21:35 - United Kingdom
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OP & 158 should grow up. Adults (as opposed to idiots and scene kids) are happy to act their age. If it's embarrassing your SO I'd assume you act like a brat/moron. Plus if you describe clothes (designed for children but worn by adults) as 'darling' then you should most definitely get over yourself and either act like the adult you physically are, or find a younger SO who won't care about how pathetically immature you are.
You people really need to make up your minds. First, your blasting some chick because she got mad at her boyfriend for making a igloo and being immature when clearly the popular vote there was ydi and to let him be immature and have fun. And here you are blasting this chick for wearing a tinkerbell sweater and being immature. Just because you're an adult doesn't mean you have to dress accordingly. Atleast not all the time. There's also nothing in her post that insinuated that she has an entire wardrobe of childish clothes. She could have just bought it as something to be comfortable in. But no, instead of giving her the benefit of the doubt, you give her the consequence of assumption. In closing, make up your damned minds.
You guys are crazy. There is nothing wrong with Disney attire, no matter your age. I know PLENTY of people who wear Disney hoodies with all sorts of characters on them. They definitely make adult clothing, as well. Anyone who is a Disney fanatic (like myself, considering I grew up an hour and a half away) enjoys the clothing and the characters. It's ok to be young at heart. I own a couple Sleeping Beauty shirts as well as some Club 33 items from when I ate there. Any guy who is actually embarrassed by his gf wearing a Tinkerbell hoodie is an idiot and is far too uptight. OP, find a real man who will never be embarrassed by anything you wear because it's too "childish."
Don't mess with a Tunkerbell fan. I laughed at someone wearing a tunkerbell shirt once, and they pulled a sparkly pair of tongs out of the air and threw me out of a window by the nostrils. Now everytime someone says the word "orange" pixie dust comes put of my ears and I go into a coma.
Says the one who's name is "in wonderland"....Pot calling the kettle black much? Personally I don't mind the occasional cartoon clothing, on a certain age group on occasions. I'm 20, and tend to try and dress my age, but all of my pajamas are elmo. Its fun to have a bit of kiddy stuff every now and then, keeps you from growing up to be a suit, keeps you human. However wearing childish clothes all the time is over the top and just makes you look like a crazy cat lady. Like the 40 odd year old woman in my tafe class who wears nothing but cartoon shirts and jeans. Its really your decision, and he shouldn't be so shallow, but maybe take a look at your wardrobe and see if it really does need a change.
I agree. There's nothing cute about people over the age of 12 wearing Tinkerbell, Disney Princess, or any other kind of bullshit cartoon character clothing. You come off as childish and moronic and nobody will take you seriously. There's a much classier way of dressing cute/stylish rather than looking like some trailer trash cum dumpster.
Hey, I just found someone with such a shitty life that they have to put others down for being comfortable with themselves. Guess who that is...... you're right, it's you. maybe you should grow up and stop judging other people, she's living the way she wants to live and it's ignorant assholes who feel like they have the need to share their ****** up and stupid opinion that's ruining society. You **** off and grow up because you're still immature if you're judging people based on their lifestyle