I was in Kohl's today purchasing, among a couple of other things, a pair of Little Mermaid thong sandals that light up for my two year old who was standing right with me. They are very cute, white with I think stars and shells on the top, you honestly wouldn't even know they were Little Mermaid if it weren't for the box and I think there is a picture of Ariel on the sole. The cashier is ringing up the shoes and asks my daughter about them saying something like are you getting Little Mermaid shoes? The lady behind me comments that her neighbors kids would love those as their entire house is decorated entirely with princess "crap" (no she did not use that word) and every time she goes over there she doesn't know whether to relax or to serve wine to the little girls. That comment alone was enough to make me go um, ok we're leaving now but she goes on to elaborate how tacky it is when parents feed into these little girls fantasies and how princess stuff makes the house look tacky and they are hurting the resale value of their home with these Pepto Pink bedrooms with princess "crap" all over the house. And then the cashier AGREES with her and they go back and forth comparing horror stories of the houses they've seen with pink bedrooms. Meanwhile I'm standing there with a little princess of my own trying to finish up my purchase and get the hades out of there. And just to make sure that maybe someone in earshot realizes how inappropriate they are being I say as I'm leaving, "well it's a good thing we're not planning on selling our house anytime soon. You ladies have a magical day!" I mean seriously! I'm not really sure there is any point to my post, I just knew there would be some Disers that would understand how I felt standing in that line today.