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Uncle Fred, no!
|Caminante Nocturno |
Now, to be fair, it's pretty much impossible to make a commercial for children's underwear without it being creepy.
I think that's why they don't make them, anymore.
I had the hell out of these (Spidey, Hulk, Iron Man, Aquaman, Superman) when I was about 5.
My wife (who had the Wonder Woman ones) has pointed out that contemporary comic-store shirt selections are very obviously made by or for people who grew up on Underoos.
when i worked at walmart, there was a man who would call every so often and ask us to describe little girls underwear.
he always caught us unaware because his question was so reasonable from the get go then would meander into really scary territory.
When I worked at Victoria's Secret, we had a guy come in during the Christmas rush and ask us if we carried lingerie in child size.
Please tell me you reported this man to the authorities, CN. I would have.
still, getting spider man underwear had to be a million times better to get on christmas than to get regular underwear and socks.
|Poor Excuse |
That Hulk pair needs work. All the other ones are like secretly wearing the costume beneath your civies.
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