Bryan Cranston tweet describing his certain hatred towards Florida moms and how he is going to burn them all
Yo Momma's so fat, her action figure is a beach ball.
Florida man has some competition now
I mean I wouldn't really want my son or daughter playing with an action figure that represents a drug kingpin either. Especially when a majority of kids who want things from Toys R Us are pretty young.
@Jake the Doge, So don't buy it for them?
@Jake the Doge, i dont know why you got downvoted so much for presenting an opinion so I gave you an upvote
@The nOly One, I downvoted you for upvoting stupidity
@Jake the Doge, you make it sound like taking your children to Toys R Us obligates you to buy everything in there. It doesn't.
@Jake the Doge, There's an adult toy aisle at Toys R us with figures such as Jason, Freddy, people for more grown up tv shows etc. Basically it's a collector's aisle
@pitmetak, adult toys you say?? Toys R' Us just got a lot more fun
@SETTLE IT IN SMASH, just because you disagree doesn't mean you have to call it "stupid". We should all be a little nicer, set our love of T.V. shows and biases aside and be respectful.
@SleazyForWeasley, this has nothing to do with a TV show, this is about someone implying that buying a toy for a kid just because it's in a toy store is inescapable
@SETTLE IT IN SMASH, Perhaps implication wasn't their goal but rather the opinion or worry that a child may look up to a character who supports drugs. Wether it is in the aisle for children or not, it is in a toy story and therefore will be seen and possibly desired by children who may think the character is cool. While children are easily influenced it may not be supported by all parents to have characters that are known for drugs and murder on display for a child. Its not the purchase that is "inescapable" but rather the influence of violence and drugs that a character or toy represents. Parents may not want their child to look up to this type of behavior.
@SleazyForWeasley, this comment is well thought out and delivers a good point; however, I don't remember Walter White or Jesse Pinkman being in Toy Story
@SETTLE IT IN SMASH, Thank you for the compliment. I am attempting to come to an understanding through intelligent discussion rather than idiotic all caps arguing. But no, Walter and Jesse aren't in Toy Story, how observant of you. I didn't see Dora the Explorer in The Walking Dead either. But that doesn't mean a child won't be exposed to shows with negative behavior. It's simply that people are worried their children will desire to be like someone with poor moral values. If a parent makes sure their child isn't exposed to characters such as Walter and Jesse then it shouldn't be a problem, but unfortunately that isn't always the case.
@SleazyForWeasley, notice I said that about Toy Story because you misspelled "toy store" as "toy story"
@SETTLE IT IN SMASH, Oh, I didn't even notice. Sorry about that. Auto correct, it can be a b!tch.
@Jake the Doge, the real issue is that it comes with a small bag of meth. Seriously... don't sell that at a kiss store.
@mazemarble, they have kiss stores now?
@Jim Dandy, probably but I hope it's not a kids store
Florida man's wife?
This reminds me of the Florida man, anyone remember that?
They should make action figures of me.
If you uncapitalize the two Bs, its actually a nicer gesture on her part