December 21, 2007, - 3:35 pm

Quote of the Week

By Debbie Schlussel
Maternity clothing designer Liz Lange–whose clothes appear in Target and in a high-priced Manhattan boutique–had this to say about pregnant, single 16-year-old Nickelodeon star, Jamie-Lynn Spears:

I would want to keep [her look] innocent. I think little cute dresses and jeans with tight-fitting tee shirts. … She’s 16, and I’d like to see her look her age. . . . Mazel Tov.

Not making this up.

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6 Responses

Ah, maternity clothes for kids… how quaint.

Norman Blitzer on December 21, 2007 at 5:39 pm

And that’s just part of why this country is in the shape that it is in. When you have death busters like her telling the now pregnant slut (or any female for that matter) what she should wear in the name of “acting her age”, which really translates to “she should be a relevant 16 year old just becuase she’s pregnant”, you know they’re taking over our way of life.

Squirrel3D on December 21, 2007 at 6:25 pm

Is anyone else laughing?? If she (Jamie-Lynn) wanted to stay looking 16 and “innocent” she shouldn’t be having sex!

AirborneVet on December 21, 2007 at 11:42 pm

Liz Lange would like to see her look her age?
Hell, I’d like to see her act her age.

Trainwreck on December 22, 2007 at 1:24 am

When I started driving a cab back in ’75 you knew when you were in the prostitute part of town by the way they dressed. If my taxi had doubled as a time machine and I set it for 2007 the first thing I would have said, “the prostitutes are everywhere”. What was just Hollywood type dress for movies is now common for cleavaged blondes, and some brunettes on FNC that are imitated by the soccer moms which are imitated by their daughters and has given us a new word the prostitots.

John Cunningham on December 22, 2007 at 6:13 am

Wouldn’t Liz Lange be arrested for producing such clothing? I mean as an co-conspiritor to statitory rape.
According to my last Anthropology professor, over 55% of teen pregnancies (ages 12-17) in Utah are fathered by men 24 years and older. I have no idea if this is nationwide.
If Liz Lange is producing clothes that promote teen pregnancy, would this be grounds for arrest and trial?

bhparkman on December 22, 2007 at 2:47 pm

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