Saturday, March 21, 2009

Sometimes it is Okay to Feel Superior

God love her, I am so glad that this is not me or my child. Bless her heart.
Mummy's Little Lolita

9 comments:

dalene said...

I think I'm going to go throw up now.

Queen Scarlett said...

Someone commit the woman.

b. said...

Y'all are just bitter and jealous...I mean, the child's been on TV with Lorraine Kelly for heaven's sake!
Besides, what if Andrew Lloyd Webber were to walk past at a bus stop? She must be in top form!
Her Mum has supplied her with all the knowledge she needs:
"Blonde, pretty, dumb - I don't need brains."

soybeanlover said...

"I'd never been a particularly pretty child. I was always short and fat".

Yeah, I could have never guessed THAT after the first paragraph.

I just hope the kid isn't strung out on something or an alcoholic in another decade.

Fig said...

Probably should have looked at this before I called Jooj a lolita. I didn't mean it, I swear.

Stepper the Mighty said...

I'm disgusted...but also a little jealous. I've never had fake nails or hair extensions, and I'm 29! No...wait...I actually do prefer the natural look.

Don't you kinda feel bad for the beauty contest committee? "Uh...what sort of regulations do we uphold for an 11 year old?" How about "go play outside?"

Which begs the question: how old were all of you when your folks allowed you to wear makeup? pierce your ears? ...get a fake tan?

La Yen said...

I was twelve for makeup and earrings, and I got got fake tans when I was in college. (I grew up with a pool so I didn't need to fake until I moved away...)

My husband pierced my daughter's ears when she was a newborn, but makeup will be 12 for her. Shaving will be a lot earlier, though. Because she will be super hairy, I think...

Also, I like ellipses...

wendysue said...

Come on guys. . like she said "in a big city, girls have to look and act older. . ". . of course they do, how else will they earn money?

Queen Scarlett said...

Wendy - hahahahahaha