You don’t need to be a baby, scrap baby.
Scrap baby costume.
You don,t have to be cute, either.
What’s more, if you’re a scrap baby and you wear it, you will receive a nice big, shiny, “Scrappy Baby” tattoo.
Scrappy babies, or scrap babies, are people who dress in costumes that are not in keeping with their real personalities.
You can see them at craft fairs, sporting events, and, of course, Halloween.
You’ll find them in stores, on the subway, on social media, and even in stores.
They’re also everywhere.
It is possible that one of your children will get the scratch baby tattoo, too.
You’re probably thinking, “I should be scared.
It’s not fair to these kids who aren’t real.”
Not at all.
It could be worse.
The real scrap baby is the person who wants to be that way.
The scrap baby tattoo is an example of the “social justice” ideology that the scrappy parents want to promote.
They think that they are being “fair” to the child who is wearing their scrap baby outfit, by allowing them to wear it at their own children’s parties, or even at their children’s Halloween parties.
And the real scrap babies are often not even their children.
They are their friends.
Scrafie babies are a part of the culture of a group of people who have decided to promote their own personal brand of “fairness.”
This is what the scrap baby movement is all about.
They have made themselves look like real people.
They dress like real adults, like real celebrities, like adults in their own homes.
It was only a matter of time before someone started calling them “scrappies” and “scrap babies” for their own good.
This is how society thinks of the real, authentic adults who are not “the scroungers.”
Scrappie parents have long been known for their outrageous behavior.
But recently, they have started to turn this into a political statement, and they are beginning to take the politics of their identity seriously.
Scrape baby costumes are no longer just an act of fashion, they are a way to show their contempt for real people, real people who do not look like them, real, genuine adults who do look like us.
Scratch babies can’t just dress up as us.
They can’t even pretend to be us.
So, while I understand that it is possible to dress up like a real person in an effort to look like a “scrounger,” I am not so sure that this is fair.
And I hope that you are not the one who thinks that it should be.
This has been a difficult time for me, and I want to take this opportunity to let you know that I’m very sorry.
I love you.
I miss you.
And if you ever need me, you can reach me on Twitter at @jesus_jesu, and Instagram at @jen_scrap.