Huggies Jeans: Who Needs Clothes When You Have Diapers?

Posted on 30. May, 2010 by in Miscellaneous

Last week I received an advertisement for Huggies diapers jeans in my mailbox.

Yup … really.

I couldn’t even make this up if I wanted to …. probably because diapers that look like jeans are one of the dumbest things I’ve ever heard of … but I’m sure that people will buy them anyway.

My daughter has worn Pampers since she was born, but I’m a sucker for coupons so I broke the seal on the little red and white booklet  and started flipping through the pages anyway.  In addition to those standard baby ad  “oh-look-how-cute-he-is!” photos and a few coupons, Huggies announced their new limited edition diapers: diapers that look like jeans!

Just think how convenient Huggies Jeans will be for those people who let their kids run around without pants 99 percent of the time anyway: they’ll be able to take Junior to Wal-Mart in a diaper and no one will even know the difference!

Huggies Jeans

Huggies Jeans

3 Responses to “Huggies Jeans: Who Needs Clothes When You Have Diapers?”

  1. melanie fernandez 2 June 2010 at 9:05 pm #

    i know, it’s ridiculous. i’ve seen the commercial and i wanna throw my shoe at the t.v.

    • Melissa 3 June 2010 at 1:48 pm #

      I haven’t seen them on TV but the pictures are bad enough. I guess they’re proof that dumb ideas wind up working and people will buy anything. Where have you been hiding, lady??!!

  2. melanie fernandez 6 June 2010 at 8:02 pm #

    i had to put down my last rottweiler(we kept a whole litter of pups in 1997) a couple weeks ago and was grieving and doing a lot of thinking about life and who i have become and how i feel like i don’t want to waste anymore time sitting in front of the computer all day. i can’t seem to do things in moderation very well so that’s why i just disappeared off of fb. i know that the people i care about are in my heart even if i don’t hear from them for long periods of time or even years. if you are truly connected with a friend, time doesn’t break the bond. anyway, i thought of your brother on Memorial Day, i think about him and your family a lot. it was my 30th birthday. i was glad to get out of my 20’s. they were pretty horrible, but everyone has their own personal hell. i know losing David has been yours, not to mention the epilepsy. our daughters are such a gift though. uli and i agree that we don’t know what we ever did without sam. my goals have become so simple. #1-just try to make it though each day. #2-try to raise a little person without f@#%ing her up too much.
    other than that i try to manage my panic and depression because they never really go away. time does not heal all wounds, but like i said, i have a sam and a uli which sure makes it worth it to get up and try again every morning.

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