By Cory Doctorow at 6:15 pm Thu, Feb 21, 2013
Etsy's BabyTalkDesigns sells these x-ray t-shirts showing the contents of various family members' tummies (mix and match for added hilarity!). There's even a glow in the dark version (Go, Nigel, go!).
(Thanks, Fipi Lele!)
So… if He drinks beer and the kid eats candy… Does she eat babies? I’m not sure what message you’re trying to get across here!
I’m pretty concerned about his tendency to swallow the bottles whole, too.
If there’s an intact beer bottle in a dude’s abdominal cavity, it’s probably not that he *swallowed* it.
I think he probably slipped and fell over upright bottle. Time to see proctologist.
Jack Spratt could eat no meat.
His wife could eat whatever she wanted.
So between the two of them, they fermented the baby’s soft tissues so that Jack would have something for dinner.
At least the relative position is correct for the woman’s t-shirt. By the time candy gets to the intestines, it really doesn’t look like that. As for the beer bottles, well, OldBrownSquirrel has already explained that one.
One more quibble: they call it the fetal position for a reason.
I’m more of a wine man, myself.
They need one for dogs that has cat poop and lego bricks.
Rib cage is way too small. I want REALISM.
I agree. The tiny scale is just wrong.
They don’t have beer shirts in women’s tees. WTF. So I have to settle for a fetus?
It’s a baby products site. That makes you a mother whether you want to be or not.
You can get pregnant against your will just by reading the website? Should come with some kind of health warning…
Women’s bodies can shut that down
The Republican party has an etsy site?
Daddy’s a drunk. Mommy’s always barefoot and pregnant. Junior eats nothing but candy. The typical American family.
This was my wife and I’s exact same ‘costumes’ for Halloween this year. Hilarious.
I dunno. I generally take the beer out of the bottle first.
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