Friday, May 11, 2007

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Order your 'Deliberately Barren' T-shirt today!




Available in a range of colours and styles. Caps and badges also available.

And as a bonus, there's a free larf up in the top right-hand corner of that site where there's a little box saying 'Send gifts in time for Mother's Day!'

7 comments:

fifi said...

oh. I so have to have that shirt. Do you think I could still wear it, despite being, well, not actually barren as such?

Pavlov's Cat said...

I think the presence of a child, obviously one's own, could only enhance its impact.

Dany le roux said...

I have always thought thatAustralian voters divided themselves into two distinct groups which on a TPP basis always comes out at about fifty-fifty.There are the farmers and there are the farmed.
One day I will write about this in a work entitled "Farm Animals and Their Work Choices" but in the meantime the idea alone is enough to provide an understanding of the mental processes of Sen Heffernan. He no doubt has fantasies of using umpteen work-for-the-dole-bludgers to hand weed his property if his government is returned next election and their laissez-faire labour laws are able to have full expression.

Pavlov's Cat said...

'One day I will write about this in a work entitled "Farm Animals and Their Work Choices"'

Sorry, Dany, but I think it's already been done. You know, that nice book about the pigs -- Snowball, Napoleon ...

Dany le roux said...

Yes but the political context was different for that parody of socialism.On my farm all the animals will be human and they will be equally impotent in their ability to negotiate wages and conditions.

Melly` said...

I would of ordered heaps.. had they been made in Australia not USA?

And Fifi's comment was the first one I thought of. Love your answer!

Mindy said...

I'm with Fifi. I love the t-shirt and think lifting it up to feed the baby would be a great statement. I also liked the 'get your rosaries off our ovaries' t-shirts that were around a while ago.