Freaky baby clothes and accessories by Mitch O'Connell


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The art itself is cute … but I can’t imagine putting most of them on a child. (A couple could work, but then it wasn’t really funny … strong man?)


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this might be the longest BB post in the site’s history


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Yeah, seriously - put it under the cut, please! If we want to scroll down through a giant mess of pop art images, we’ll click through to the full article!


#5

My brain wants it to stop.


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Browsing the images, I was reminded when I gave a copy of Geek Love to a friend who was pregnant for the first time. A story about a family of intentionally created sideshow freaks (and the failures) was not exactly the correct fare for an expectant mother.

Image from Geek Love | Picture Book Report – nudity in the drawings on the page


#7

Came to say the same.

I wonder if Boing Boing realizes how many of us still use the “blog” view, rather than the new “we need more clicks” magazine-style interface.


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It’s worth pointing out that “realizing” might not matter if they don’t also “care”.


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Am I the only one who was reminded of Ed Hardy a little bit when looking at the art style?


#10

Stripper? Really? Well I guess you have to have something to wear if your weed leaf onesie has spit up on it.


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They have extensive site monitoring, you needn’t worry about it.


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The art itself is cute … but I can’t imagine putting most of them on a single page.


#13

Crikey, scrolling through all of that was more annoying than Caturday. (Not LOL.)


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