Kmart removes kid's bride costume after severe backlash

Rommey

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If you don't like what a store is selling, there's really a simple answer: don't buy whatever it is, or better yet, don't shop there.
If a store pisses me off enough, I just don't shop there....ever. I have several stores that pissed me off years ago and I haven't spent a dime in any of them since. I'm sure they don't miss my money, but I feel satisfied that none of my money went to them.
 

nutz

Well-Known Member
Don't all little girls dream about growing up and getting married one day? Now if the Aussies were putting these costumes on sheep I guess this nut would be fine with that.
:killingme:killingmeEspecially the ones with two mommies and/or two daddies
 

nutz

Well-Known Member
If you don't like what a store is selling, there's really a simple answer: don't buy whatever it is, or better yet, don't shop there.
If a store pisses me off enough, I just don't shop there....ever. I have several stores that pissed me off years ago and I haven't spent a dime in any of them since. I'm sure they don't miss my money, but I feel satisfied that none of my money went to them.
It is not about what YOU want, need or do its all about ME. Whatever I want has been decided to be good enough for you.
 

PsyOps

Pixelated
If you don't like what a store is selling, there's really a simple answer: don't buy whatever it is, or better yet, don't shop there.
This isn't about being offended, it's about control. There is a large portion of our country that don't want you to live your life freely. Compliance is their goal. They have their way of thinking and you will comply. I am certain that whoever this person is, that pushed this petition, is sitting at home smiling about how she got an entire massive company to comply with her demands.
 
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