The thing that really winds me up about that attitude is the idea that it's unchangeable. I have 3 kids, if I brought up mine not to ridicule other kids for the name on their trainers and so did everyone else, guess what, it wouldn't happen. I'm approaching 40, so I'd guess my generation were the first to start getting branded. I remember having Nicks and thinking they were ace because there was an advert for them on telly. I also remember them being a bit of a stretch for my parents. I thought I was the dogs in them, and genuinely couldn't understand when a couple of rich kids turned their nose up at them. Now I could see that as the reality for my kids and only get top branded stuff for them and perpetuate things. Or I could teach them that those type of kids are idiots - and if anyone bullies him for it then he's got my permission to wipe the floor with them. I
Why is p.ikey blocked out? Boo hoo people are actually giving off about people slagging off (rightly so) a terrible cheap brand that would indeed get kids bullied.
I'm not condoning it, but that's just how kids are. If you want to stick your head in the sand because a kid's trainers shouldn't matter, fair enough, but over here in the real world, children can be very cruel about this sort of thing.
Plenty of stock in barrow store been and got some for my lad even got a size bigger for the future,there was also football boots for £3 i didn't bother with them tho as they were blades
Far too many lemmings in this world so hot from me.