Jan 30th 2008 2:29AM lol this is great... very creative and I bet a lot of hard work went into it. Kudos! I love it.. if it went with the rest of my home ( and fit two people comfortably) I'd so be interested in purchasing it. Some people are so close minded... -.- it's a shame people are still so close minded when it comes to sexual objects. This is art, believe it or not. I want to know how much it goes for LOL
Jan 24th 2008 4:50PM I'm glad to see so many supportive responses. Personally I agree that it shouldnt be an issue, they aren't harming anyone. And for parents who dont want their "children exposed" to such a horrible thing as an accessorie, I'm sorry there are a lot worse things you're going to have to explain to them. If you dont think your child is old enough to grasp the relationship side of it then simply find another way to explain it. Perhaps, like I've already stated, focus on it as a fashion choice. England has a lot of issues with goth hate crimes right now, one girl was beaten to death not too long ago and her lover ended up in the hospital in a coma. It's time people stop attacking what they fear and learn to just live their own lives and let other people live theirs.
Sep 1st 2007 4:47PM oh come on stop being so up tight. It's pop art >.< I'm sure you'd be against any art that shows women tied up? Orin a submissive situation? And yes, just because it's lipsticked lips who's to say it's female lips? Are you sexist enough to think no men wear lipstick? Go to a goth club and see how many men in lipstick you see :P Or a drag club. This is amazing... if I had the money I'd add it to my home restroom for my male guests.
Jun 14th 2007 11:31PM this was the dumbest thing I've ever seen...she's just trying to get her internet fame. Obamagirl.com chessus crust that is really desperate
Apr 17th 2007 10:33PM Can I just say that I think it's kind of amusing how a big horrific event brings out even worse in people. Why are you all jumping on her for pointing out that she thinks it sounds like someone writing it from grade school? It's an opinion, which she has a right to.
Not to mention she probably said it to make the point that if that was the best a senior in college could manage then perhaps it should have set off warning alarms to the faculty.
Feb 9th 2007 3:39PM But doesnt that take away the excitement of it? I mean... the risk... the challenge... thats what makes it so great. I dunno maybe I'm wrong I have yet to do it LOL
Feb 6th 2007 12:09AM First I'd like to say that the fact that they print out so many bloody t-shirts and caps when they don't even know who's going to loose is a complete waste. You'd think after so many materials going to waste they'd come up with a better method where the shirts or hats or what ever can be printed up as the people request them. It'd save a lot of resources.
BUT! Atleast they are trying to do something good with the waste. I highly doubt some child with no access to food, clothing, or shelter even cares what the darn shirt says.
Why is everyone so against it? Are you really so self centered to say that people on our soil need help more than people else where? YES we have problems here but when did helping people become about us or them?
Feb 5th 2007 7:28PM ..for everyone who's complaing about the darn flower I think that was more to keep the women happy about having them in their bathroom. I mean come on learn to compromise. Though personally I'd have the tear dropped one in my home before some huge flower but I'm a goth girl so I dont think I quite qualify as a normal woman. Anyway I think it's a decent idea and when the price drops I think they'll become a more common home accessorie. I do agree with the comment about leaving the seat up or down, if I had one of these I'd never had to worry about falling into the toliet when I'm a.) half asleep... of b.) drunk off me bum
Feb 2nd 2007 1:21AM You know... Heidi you're the one who needs profesional help by thinking that your god doesn't want consenting adults to have sex. But I'll avoid making that any bigger an arguement than it already has been made.
It makes me sick how many adults in the states are afraid of sexual acts. Everyone is afraid of admitting to more than vanilla sex. Hell I would love for one of these to open up around me, when I was a bit younger I would have sex in public places all the time.
The chance of being seen excites a lot of people and is a lot of fun. And to the one who said that people who are voyars would ruin the idea...you're niave. What makes it such an exiciting time is being secure enough in yourself to not give a damn who is watching. I mean sure there is the feel of fresh air...the sun shine ( I personally like the moon shine better but eh) ... but really this type of thing is for exhibitionists and voyars.
I say yay for Italy for not being so damn sexually insecure.
And I completely agree that cultures that have to repress their sexual urges tend to be more violent.