This shirt and it's men's version has surprised me by being our best seller. I thought it would do OK, being cute and from a great movie
, but it has really exceeded all my expectations. I guess there is something appealing to it that exceeds it's basic cuteness and popular appeal.
I found this weird Sims baby carrier video
. I guess clipping issues plagues all 3D games, but the part that has me scratching my head is why would you want to play this? I guess I am a bit of primitive male (by the way, I did find an article that says that the Y Chromosome in men is actually evolving faster
than X chromosomes, so I guess we have that going on. Still seems like women are more developed) but if a game doesn't involve a healthy dose of bloodshed
doesn't seem worth the time it takes to load it on your system. I have friends who do play these games and seem to enjoy it, although I would not deny the possibility of some kind of brainwashing. I did try playing The Movies
, but after a couple hours noticed I kept looking for the option to build machine gun towers around the perimeter fence and went back to playing Dawn of War.
Anyway, the funny thing about this shirt is it sells equally well both online and at the shows. Normally what sells online sits like a bowl of cottage cheese that started it's shelf life as 2% skim milk and vice versa, but these shirts are popular pretty much everywhere.
I found this video where three dad's debate whether men are hot with a baby carrier
on or not. I really only watched a couple minutes as I felt like the video was draining my masculinity like some kind of machismo vampire. I don't consider myself a macho man
but even I have my limits.