10 Offensive Children’s Outfits that People Actually Buy

Maybe it’s just me feeling old, but I can’t help but think kids are growing up faster than ever before. I’m constantly seeing second graders with iPhones, 13-year-olds rocking designer bags and little boys who use more hair gel than DJ Pauly D. I mean, maybe it’s just because the 90s were a VERY different time, but I can’t help but feel like kids today are growing up a little too quickly. That being said, their parents aren’t doing much to help either. Aside from spoiling them and letting them have Facebook profiles by age 11, some parents go as far as to buy their kids inappropriate and sometimes offensive clothing that definitely sends the wrong message.

Check out some of the surprisingly BEST-SELLING children’s items we found:

Would you ever buy any of these for your child? Do you think kids nowadays are growing up too fast?



    1. Liz says:

      Some of these are just horrible! When I was little all I wore were Disney clothes!

    2. ashaldaron says:

      I don't think its the kids growing up too fast. I think its the parents not growing up at all. In the old days we would criticize and shame those people, not so much now.

    3. peg says:

      Wow, I am appalled that people would put their kids in these clothes. As a child, I wore clothing that were age appropriate. I would never let my child walk out of the house in any of these.

    4. Christine says:

      Unfortunately, the arents buying these aful outfits are mostly from our generation. I wish those parents realized that their child is NOT a fashion accessory to decorate with shirts calling them “sluts”. Parents who buy this crap need to be sterilized immediately.

    5. Andrea says:

      WTF?! alright…..if SAT's are allowed in this country we need a Parental TEST instated. That or..i don't even know….seriously an SMS SLUT shirt? WTF?!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    6. Joy says:

      Those are pretty offensive. I understand having funny onesies on a kid but these aren't funny. "My moms a milf" ones bother me a lot. Kids should not be advertisements to help their moms sex life or ego.

    7. lawrence igwilo says:

      if i may say parents shuld not allowed their children wear dat type of clothes and the make sure dat the buy their children good cloth.

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