Nothing gets my gizzard flaming like when I see parents misusing their children to protest. Children are too young to know what to do during a protest against gays or taxes. So I have compiled a list of images that bother me the most and posted comments on where the parents went wrong and how they could of improved each photo.
PHOTO 1 – Bad Words.
This little girl is tired of paying high taxes that Obama pushed on her and I couldn’t agree anymore. What the needed to do here is to remove the terrorist on the right of the photo and and not use a vulgar word like “crap.” I would of chosen “crud” or “pile.” Using cuss words just makes your point look not as important and using dune diggers, makes you look sympathetic to terrorists.
PHOTO 2 – Zzzzzzzz.
This gem has cute written all over it but loses it’s touch when you see the word “heads” has been misspelt. Using a “z” instead of a “s” at the end of words make it seem like your children are trying to talk black jive. I highly recommend against it. Yes, it looks “hip” and yes it is kind of cute, but don’t make your children look like they are being taught by a African tribesman.
PHOTO 3 – Holidays.
Kids can get a point across sometimes better then the greatest of signs, but don’t use pagan holidays as a form of bashing. It makes your child look like a devil worshiper and we can’t have that. Your child is there to make a point, not promote a holiday created by the liberal media, so your children can learn socialism. Just the word “Fag” with a big red slash through it would have made a better impression.
PHOTO 4 – Bad Color Choice.
It’s hard to read a message if you have Jim and Tim wearing the same color shirt. You need to break this up with some nice neon greens and yellows. The message gets completely lost when the eye is bombarded with too many neutral colors. Next time ask your printer to send you more color samples. Yes, it might be more expensive, but can you really put a cost on getting a good message across?
PHOTO 5 – Race Mixing.
Ack! I hate when parents think by adding a minority to the mix will make people think that minority group is supporting the cause too. It doesn’t! It makes your group look cheap and most people will think your child protest shield is a joke. You can’t have a yummy vanilla pie if it is mixed with pepper and jalapeños.
PHOTO 6 – Black Officers.
Never have a photo with white officers in your photo. Make sure to ask for black police officers to come and protect you at your next kiddie protest. Having black officers looking down at white kids trying to have fun, will make a bigger impact.
PHOTO 7- Smile.
No one likes to see a sourer puss. I child who doesn’t smile, is a child who isn’t going to score any points. Non smiling photos makes it look like your child is being forced to hold up the sign. A easy solution to this, is to offer your child a sugary reward after your family photos.
PHOTO 8- No Glitter.
Yes it’s exciting to see you little home marker out there with mama, but adding glitter and hot pink colors to a sign just kills the message. Just remember this little saying “Anything that looks like it would come out off a episode of Glee, it is not for me.”