Friday, April 1, 2011

Blingity Bad

Uh oh, watch out, The Park Wife is on a bit of a tear. Yes, it happens, just ask my husband.

Really, I try hard not to judge, it is a bit of a struggle at times, especially when I am in a situation where PEOPLE WATCHING could be considered a sport. I was at a big festival recently and since I had my camera with me, I thought I would share something that my friend Jenn and I have been ranting about for a few weeks now.

Butt bling, with crosses no less. Now, I love me some Jesus, and I am in awe of His majesty, His grace and His power (among many other things). HOWEVER, I am not going to put some bedazzled crosses as an advertisement for people to look at on my bottom. Um, what exactly would that be advertising?


                                             

These were not the tightest ones I saw that day, I had to choose one that was not like a blinking arrow sign to post. You are welcome.

I don't think the Lord wants this type of advertising, actually I am pretty positive that He is just fine on His own.

I also hear they cost well over $100, yes ma'am, we are in a recession, people are losing their homes, food costs are skyrocketing, unemployment is up, but they have some bedazzled bottom jeans.

Mercy, you can tell I am in a bit of an uproar, but hold on to your bling jeans, when this little lady turned around, she had on this shirt.


Yes, this might send me over the edge. Are you kidding me? This is just wrong on so many levels. I don't think I can even go there.

A cross is not a fashion statement, it is a way of life.
The Park Wife

4 comments:

Gina said...

"Sinful" is actually a brand name...but, still, why would I want to advertise that I am? Hate that! Someone needs to create a company "Totally Depraved, Saved by Grace" I'd be all over wearing their shirt. ;)

I also hate people wearing words across their butts. So don't care that your hiney is "juicy" or "pink" people!!!!!

lfhpueblo said...

I agree with you on this post. So wrong on many different levels.

Betty G said...

Keep up your campaign!

Valerie said...

Amen, sister!! I don't know why anyone wants ANYTHING plastered across their bottoms! I've seen YOUNG girls wearing pants that say "cute" or something else...ridiculous. That is all. :)