I’m surprised she’s not a fucking redhead

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22 Responses to I’m surprised she’s not a fucking redhead

  1. gtayjohn says:

    Looks like the head of JB’s Big Boy.

  2. Lord of the Fleas says:

    On the theory of “Don’t knock it – it works”, I’d say this is a kid who knows how to figure things out for herself. No problem here …

  3. rocketride says:

    Be afraid. Be very afraid.

  4. H says:

    Nuns should worry you, perhaps, but there’s no need to worry about Methodists. They drank the liberal Kool-Aid years and years ago.

  5. oldawg says:

    No, you’re OK as long as the shirt says Methodist. Now on the other hand if it said Baptist or Church of Christ then you should RUN!!! FAST!!! AWAY!!!!

  6. IslandGirl says:

    Hey, why the animus toward redheads?

    (Check out “Only A Ginger”, by Tim Minchon, for a laugh!)

  7. rayvet says:

    I’d be worried about the deformed fucking hand. That’s not right. She’s got that inbreeding or something.

  8. Old Goat Patrol says:

    drinking from the skulls of our enemies

  9. Padawan says:

    That kid is going places. Maybe not college but definitely places.

  10. Trib says:

    Local Methodist church Summer school.

  11. Bacon says:

    I’m not worried that she’s drinking from a doll’s head, or a Methodist, or inbred. If anything, I’m only worried that she’s a child drinking from an unsafe container

    Non-food grade plastics are inherently different from food grade plastics in their additives, contaminants, coatings and finishes. Not to mention the glue that’s used to hold the hair plugs in the doll’s head. She’s literally poisoning herself with chemicals that wouldn’t affect an adult too much, but can interfere with childhood development (including, among other things, endocrine disruptors).

    Yeah, we all get exposed, but the volume and concentration of exposure matter. And because we’re all already exposed to these chemicals, it’s harder for our bodies to deal with excess amounts. What doesn’t kill you doesn’t always make you stronger.

  12. Cliff Spencer says:

    It begs the question: Are the skulls of our enemies dishwasher safe?

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