Thursday, December 20, 2012


Solely due to this new stream of press (thanks LifeNews!), we've created a Facebook page.

We'd all but given up on this -- thanks for letting us know we should continue creating abornaments!

Monday, January 17, 2011

Racism is A-OK but abornaments are A-moral

From a comment on some pro-life obsessive's blog about us.

Thanks for the publicity, Jill!

Certainly hope this particular commenter can find it in her heart to forgive all those "Muslims/middle easterners" that keep crashin' them durn planes and inconveniencing her holiday travel.  Poor bigot!

Sunday, December 19, 2010

New mentions...

This little gem came from a Sportbike website's forum:

And this, from Twitter:

Hang tight, folks.  More rubber babies are on the way and more abornaments will arrive soon!  Expect a new designs and more insanity.

Saturday, December 18, 2010

An Abornaments Vocabulary Lesson

The woman who accused us of being a "terrible doctor" strikes again, with considerably more animosity...

A friend points out how cheerful these could be!

At a recent craft fair, our friend pointed out that several of our ornaments could make cute gifts for expectant mothers.  Of course, we're assuming she meant ones like this and not the ones hanging from little wire coat hangers.  But who knows, maybe she's as twisted as we are!

Sometimes we respond more thoughtfully.

When our "sense of humour" fails us or someone seems particularly pained by the existence of our abornaments, we'll reply with a little more care.

If you'd like, you can read the forum post where this nice lady got her ass handed to her by an Etsy admin and a few users who better understand the website's TOS.

A user is offended by our inaccuracies.

This loyal Etsy user wasn't so offended by our product as she was by the fact that we were misrepresenting the types of rubber baby death.  Perhaps if we clarified, she'd be okay with it?

In further messages, we tried to explain that referring to this particular piece as a "Still Birth Ornament" would not be likely to make her feel any better about it.  At some point she also accused us of being a "terrible doctor".  We're not too sure what that means.

In instances where women have approached us with stories of this nature, we have made every effort to treat them with all due sensitivity.  Unfortunately, the relentless antagonism will sometimes get the better of us and we will resort to amusing ourselves at the writer's expense.  This was one such writer.