You know, just because someone puts on a tutu or a crazy wig does not mean they are good at entertaining children. Seriously. And… I think what offends me most… not only are they not very good at entertaining children (I swear to god some of these people are failed rock bands thinly disguising their previously original, though crappy, rock songs as “children’s songs” in an attempt to “make it”. Well hey, I’m gonna tell you, just because you put the word “dream” in the lyrics doesn’t make it especially child-centric, OK?) …but they’re really BAD dressers as well! I understand how a tutu can be seen as funny and frolic-y and childlike, but that doesn’t mean you just throw it on over any old shit you pulled out of your closet. Some of these people look like they’re still doing the metal/grunge look, only they’ve added one item in a primary color and a tutu. Or there are those who just throw several items in primary/vibrant colors together, all mishmash. Again like they pulled crap randomly from their closet, looked at the pile on the floor, said, “Hey, that looks bright” and put it on. Shirt, pants, stupid wig, two different colored socks, tutu. I don’t have anything against people dressing “uniquely” (trust me, I’ve put some unique outfits together in my time) and I don’t think everything has to match but, christ on wheels people, have you ever heard of a color palette?! Punky Brewster is no longer around for a reason (and I still think she put shit together better than these people). If you want to pick a look, if you want to wear a costume, pick out a costume… but stop offending those of us with some color-coordinating sensibilities, OK? Kids have eyes too! - the weirdgirl, an offended viewer
P.S. That little bee girl from the Blind Melon video did a tutu beautifully. Take a clue.