Tag Archives: Products

Girly Consumerism

Tweet Via Sociological Images comes this heinous credit card teether. It’s pink and the name on the card is “Ima Spender.” Gross. Though I suppose we shouldn’t expect better from the creator of baby high heels. This reminds me of the Barbie “Fashion Fever Shopping Boutique” that came out a couple of years ago. The [...]
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Topless piñatas, stripper pole included

Tweet A local news station in Donna Texas reports on a piñata store that is selling piñatas of topless women, some with stripper poles between their legs. The report says that the piñatas are popular for bachelor parties. You can’t see the actual piñatas very well in the video since they have the fuzzy grey [...]
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Just When You Thought American Apparel Couldn’t Fail Any Harder…

Tweet They manage to. To work at American Apparel you must email a full body shot to some mysterious email address after which you are approved or rejected. Failure. Via Gawker. Clearly, that standard leaves a lot of wiggle room. Now, a source tells us that American Apparel has a new hiring policy. For the [...]
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Is sperm the new “swoosh”?

Tweet Whenever I’m on a plane, I can’t help but flip through SkyMall – a catalog that prides itself on offering useless but strangely compelling products like bug vacuums or scary neck thingies. But last week while on a plane to Florida I saw perhaps the best SkyMall product ever: these – inexplicably spermified shoes. [...]
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Urban Outfitters “Eat Less” shirt removed from website but still in stores

TweetVanessa posted last week about Urban Outfitters oh-so-clever father/daughter purity shirt. Because that wasn’t enough sexism for their t-shirt department, the company is also currently selling a shirt that says simply “Eat Less.” After protest the pro-anorexia shirt has reportedly been pulled from the company’s website. But apparently Urban Outfitters is still selling the shirts [...]
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