Monday, November 28, 2016

Here we go!

As we near the end of another trip around the sun, it's again time for the annual...

Dr. Grumpy's Gift Guide!


I'm going to kick off this year with something truly meaningful. After all, in cultures around the world, motherhood is revered.

So what would be an ideal gift for your growing child to always remember mom by? Something meaningful, lasting, powerful...

I know! What could be more appropriate than jewelry made from your very own breast milk?







Featuring an array of bracelets, rings, and pendants, you can now remind your child, or yourself, or the guy who knocked you up, of all the sacrifices you made for them during your "nursing journey" (that's what the site calls breastfeeding, I swear).

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11 comments:

Stacey Gordon said...


So essentially, everything is a "a thing".

Anonymous said...

Like sore and saggy tits weren't enough of a reminder

Moose said...

Geez, the stuff you come up with. You must have jugs of these links collected. What a boob.

Tata!

Kai said...

Oh...oh dear.

Talk about milking it for all it's worth. Not the breast idea I've ever seen, really, but I suppose tit's not the worst either!

Packer said...

Ok, I am officially over cyber Monday

Ms. Donna said...

Not real. No blood from where Junior or Juniorette bit you with new tooth.

Yes, it happened. Yes, my kids were traumatized from the shriek.

Silliyak said...

PLUS, a source of nourishment if you're ever lost in the woods!

Anonymous said...

Will these pieces of jewelry keep you from getting lost on your "nursing journey"?

Anonymous said...

gag

Anonymous said...

(Can't believe no one's said this one yet...)

This jewelry sucks. ;)

Anonymous said...

How do they get the milk solid enough to get it to be polished?
Now do we start on the kids first poop and pee bracelet?
That would sort of be a downer.
Merry Christmass out there!!
Wow, I got the pictures correct this time.
Heltau

 
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