Sometimes the comments on Pinterest can be so obnoxious. The site often seems overrun with elitist. I don't care if you think all fast food is the devil. I don't care if you think the model should go eat a cheeseburger. And I don't care that you think girls shouldn't be allowed to play with pink toys. Live your own life, and I'll live mine, thank you.
Lord. To elaborate on my top three Pinterest pet peeves:
1) People who feel the need to reply to a food photo nitpicking every ingredient in the food, why it is bad for you, and why they are a better person because they don't eat it.
2) People who think it is acceptable to put down a model for being "too" skinny. You look like just as big of a jerk as someone who thinks it is okay to tell an overweight stranger to lose weight.
3) People complaining because a toy company made a "girl" version of a toy. Your daughter may not prefer pink Legos to the traditional primary colors but some girls do. Your daughter may not prefer plastic ballerinas to plastic army men, but some girls do. Toy gender stereotypes do not exist because of options, they exist when parents don't give their children an option.