She's cute. I mainly posted it for her hair though.
the littlest soldier...
so so cute
She is cute. I want to give her a drum.
ugh. too cute. I hate cute children. maybe because I wasn't one (I was one of the pudgy, awkward ones).
Ow my head.
I had bows like that as a kid - big poofy things.
Some even had shrinky dinks and glitter in them.
But never patriotic, thank you lord. Else I might be a poster child for something I don't agree with...
Exactly why I posted it. Those bows are just... I don't kno. Kinda hurts my head just thinking about it.
LOL. I wouldnt' do that to my child either.
I would never put bows that big on a child of mine.
It's almost child abuse.
that little girl....
what did you do random!?
Brought the pity of lots on the intar web to a child that has much too large bows in her hair. Too big for her still growing head to support, I think. But she is a cutie.
The giant ponytail decorations completely distract from her cute face. You look at the picture and immediatley thing "AAH!!! Fireworks on her head!!" Makes me kind of sad :(
That's the reason I posted it, in fact.
::quietly hums the Marine Hymn to himself:: Now I remember some of those reasons why I joined...to protect cuteness!
lol. For ribbons like that?
OOH the hair! Cute overload *dies*
It's cute.. but slightly disturbing.. I mean.. little heads aren't meant to support that much bows!
she is cute. i was born late on the 5th but always had to have flag cakes and such heh and we usually celebtated on the 4th.
Cakes of any sort are okay with me.
Is that your baby, I thought you had a boy!
Oh no, she's not mine! I think she's from some catalog for bows...
-- Mine is a boy. :)
This picture, which takes the hard work and sacrifice of the United States Marine Corps and turns it into the artistic equivalent of a man giving a horse a blowjob, costs a mere $135. It is a profound shame that the brave Americans and Japanese that fought and died at Iwo Jima could not have known beforehand that the most enduring moment to come from that terrible event would be immortalized in a $135 light-up painting. I have no doubt that such knowledge of the future would have comforted them, for in many ways this painting is a tribute far greater than any afterlife. Like the resolve of the thousands of men that died that day and in other great battles, this manly painting lights up from within. It's only a shame it does not play a continuous sound loop of some Jap bastard screaming as he's gutted by a machine gun.
Offensively tacky displays of patriotism - nobody does it better than the yanks.
Yeah. It's seeeeeriously tacky.
I wonder if that girls mom has any idea that her daughter's picture was going to show up on such a "random" website. But then again she took that risk when she scanned it to her computer and put it on the web I suppose. Either way, its cute- unlike most of you probably, I can say I'm patriotic and support Bush.
I actually think I found it on a webpage for a bow catalog.. so any parent that's going to let their kids do catalogs I guess...
And what does those awful bows have to do with being a Bush supporter? LOL.
I also consider myself patriotic.. which is why I don't like Bush. But I'm not trying to stir the pot.. just saying.