Unusual Christmas tree decoration: "Unborn Baby Ornament - US Troop Model"


19 Responses to “Unusual Christmas tree decoration: "Unborn Baby Ornament - US Troop Model"”

  1. Kyle Armbruster says:

    If you don’t realize this is satire… Well… You aren’t very…

    Oh, never mind.

  2. Michael says:

    If I didn’t live in Indiana, I might be sure it was satire.

    Trust me on this.

  3. Krisjohn says:

    I’ve just seen these little model fetuses (feti?) on the documentary “Jesus Camp”, sans weapon, being used in a totally non-ironic (and more than slightly disturbing) way. I therefore did not assume satire. Thank god they are, so to speak.

  4. iveexa says:

    - Your rush to defend yourself is revealing, as nobody generalized anything.

    No it’s not — he’s just anticipating the other side’s arguments.

  5. Wheres my email says:

    A dead baby with a gun is politically conscious and hilarious.


  6. TwoShort says:

    – Your rush to defend yourself is revealing, as nobody generalized anything.
    – I hear Christian groups condemn a lot of people and things. It does not particularly endear them to me.
    – If you haven’t heard Muslim groups condemn 9-11, it’s because you weren’t listening.

  7. shazam says:

    “I have yet to hear or see any condemnation of 9-11, the Danish Cartoon riots, or the Teddy Bear teacher, for example.”

    Then you weren’t paying attention…

  8. igpajo says:

    If you browse through that website it becomes painfully obvious that, while it is a real store, it’s product is certainly meant as satire. Check out the Anti-Mastubatory Cream or the Righteous Tin Bank for examples.

  9. h3llc4t says:

    No. Just no.

  10. RedMage13 says:

    “Show that you support the “culture of life” by buying and proudly displaying one of these patriotic unborn Americans.”

    I believe that this is called “Irony”.

  11. Glynnis Wilson says:

    The above Christmas ornament reminds me of tampon ornament crafts as very much on the edge of offense. 
    But, I’m trying to see the irony as more "in front" than the crassness.

  12. Krisjohn says:

    I bet it’s made in China.

  13. Shane says:

    Once I realized it was satire, I felt waaaayyyy better… and then ordered one. ;)

  14. Maurice Reeves says:

    LOL. I am sure that it was made in China too, which raises the image of all of the assembly workers watching this thing rolling by and thinking “WTF are the Amercians up to now?”

    And then I just thought the really horrible thought: well now the Chinese have an outlet for all the extra kids they’re not supposed to have. CHRISTMAS ORNAMENTS!

    Yes yes, I’m going to hell.

  15. funeralpudding says:

    That’s the one of the sickest things I’ve ever seen. I love it.

  16. ccjones says:

    This is odd. I’m glad our family just goes traditional with good old Artificial Christmas Trees and standard ornaments.

  17. klg19 says:

    High-LAR-ious. I suspected it was satire, and was relieved to find my suspicions confirmed. I wonder how many people will buy it unironically, however?

  18. erissian says:

    Satire, right?


  19. Wareq says:

    Reason why humanity should go extinct #75392154.

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