Startup Company That Sold Toddler Clothes For Adults Goes Belly Up

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It’s the feel-good story of the new millennium, as the company that tried to get adult men to dress like two-year-old boys is shutting its virtual doors for good.

Normally, watching a startup go out of business is no reason to celebrate. No matter what industry someone goes into, building a viable business from scratch is hard work. It takes brains, devotion, and guts on the part of the entrepreneur — and not a little luck sometimes, too. Then there are all those employees who depend on everything going right to keep earning their paychecks, to keep feeding their families.

But then there are the people who decided it was a great idea to make onesies for grown-ass men.


16 Comments on Startup Company That Sold Toddler Clothes For Adults Goes Belly Up

  1. Free markets are a bitch, aren’t they.

    What’d they call the line of crap they were selling, “obamajamas”?

  2. From what I understand, it was not an actual problem with the product.

    The Big issue was that their mommies go tired of washing the shit stains out of their “obamajamies”. (term stolen from Anonymous above)

  3. Not enough adults want to dress like toddlers even for Halloween. So sad, not like the ugly Christmas sweater company that is able to survive and thrive.

  4. I wonder if disposable diapers and a pacifier came with every PJ? I recall a few years back that it was a thing with black gangbangers to suck on pacifiers. The company went under due to lsck of accessories.

  5. Progressive Insurance must have bought their leftovers for their new ad campaign. They have a grown man dressed like a toddler.


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