Seeing Dots

July 24th, 2009

Seeing Dots - Christmas

“Sure, we’d love to try them on.”

(submitted by Amanda)

150 Responses to “Seeing Dots”

  1. Vicki says:

    someone got a new sewing machine for Christmas! :0

  2. Cindy says:

    They are all so adorable!

  3. AS1977 says:

    I went to school with the two older girls, the one in the blue said she thinks she remembers wearing this outfit all the time back then, it was the coolest!!!

  4. Andrew says:

    These poor girls have reminded me of my growing up years…

  5. Sensi says:

    OMFG…TINKER TOYS…*looks desperately now for the LINCOLN LOGS*

  6. Sensi says:

    is this *connect the dots*

  7. melinda says:

    I love this one….we had those outfits in the 80’s also!!!

  8. Emy Kate says:

    OH my god, my sister and I had those things. I think I even had the fuscia top. Oh the humanity!!!

  9. Mama says:

    Oooh, somebody got a BLENDER for Christmas!!!

  10. mrs5180 says:

    the funny thing is the girl on the right probably looks the exact same 40 years later….

  11. someone says:

    HOLY CRAP!!!!!

  12. cd says:

    ah, the 80s….

    please god tell me it WAS the 80s!

  13. LINDA says:


  14. scott richardson says:

    i fancy all of them

  15. Alyssa says:

    Awe… the little blonde looked exactly like me when I was that age. haha crazy!

  16. Jeremy says:

    They said there would be side effects.

  17. Eeej says:

    These are totally “Units” outfits, which I remember coveting as a child. We could only afford the cheap versions, but there were girls who had infinite combinations and wore them every day. Ah, the simpler days of wardrobe decision-making these outfits afforded.

  18. Whackypatty says:

    Their Aunt Dot made them.

  19. Tia says:

    The necklace the eldest girl is wearing is so shockingly bright, it’s producing a 3D Magic Eye effect for me on the screen O_o

  20. Jen Parker says:

    You can never have too many units!

  21. Amy says:

    Has anyone else noticed that one of these “children” are 7 foot 2 inches tall?

  22. Kelley says:

    The Units store at ridgedale!! I was too chubby to pull them off!

  23. Traci says:

    Can somebody say, “Units?”

  24. Kelly says:

    Mom made the outfits I’m certain of it…

  25. Marcia says:

    I love that the oldest girl had to roll the pant legs at the bottom. LOL

  26. Alekx says:

    I could honestly see this happening to me.

  27. Parrothead says:

    Maybe the dots all started big, and got smaller as the kids grew up…

  28. EC says:

    how unfortunate

  29. Millie says:

    Holy 1980s!!!!!!! The color scheme is priceless.

  30. TerryLee says:


  31. andrew says:

    A walking test for Color Blindness

  32. bastet11 says:

    Only one thing missing here: stirrup pants and leg warmers.

  33. Molly says:

    Hey, someone got Fisher Price roller skates for Christmas! Awesome.

  34. mandakate717 says:

    looks like their aunt just learned how to use a sewing machine!

  35. Shirley says:

    Can’t touch this…..STOP….Hammertime.

  36. Blucat says:

    HAHA! This is CLASSIC awkward! The colored socks, pegged tapered pants and mushroom hair all scream 80’s suburban glam.

    • jay says:

      AND THE TREE-TOPPER MATCHES THEM TOO! if I was the little girl I would be soooo mad I didn’t have more dots on my shirt!!!!

  37. Bleah! says:

    Wow! So 80’s!

  38. Warren says:

    I’m pretty sure outfits like these are cool again in the indie-hipster scene, no?

    • Omega says:

      I was just about to say that; you are completely correct. In fact, these girls are so unknowingly hip they can’t see over their own bellybuttons.

  39. Ellen says:

    I think they are UNITS. I used to work at a UNITS store in the mall in the 80s. She needs more cowls. We used to load them on. And the littlest kid needs some shoulder pads.

  40. Elizabeth says:

    those look like MULTIPLES to me. I had the exact same teal-pink combo.

  41. wooders says:

    You gotta earn ya Dots in that family, just the 1 for the newb

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