My mother in law always uses the word when my kids are crying. It makes me cringe every time. I think it's just the way it sounds.
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09-11-2015 18:06 #21
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09-11-2015 18:06 #22
I'm also not keen on onesies with what I would consider 'adult' words either ie 'I'm too sexy for this onesie' or 'I'm a tits man'. I've seen both of those before & it's just not something I like to see on a baby. It's up to the parent obviously, but I would never put something like that on my own child.
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09-11-2015 18:36 #23
I'm not offended but the words they've used are a bit off. All in all I find the pic cute
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09-11-2015 19:03 #24
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