- Leg Warmers
- Wig w/Bone
- 100% polyester
- Long pink sleeveless shirt with black dots
- Black shorts with an elastic waistband
- Pink leg covers
- Bright pink wig with attached vinyl bone
|X-Small||Chest||30" - 36"||76cm - 91cm|
|X-Small||Shorts Waist||28" - 48"||71cm - 122cm|
|Small||Chest||32" - 40"||81cm - 102cm|
|Small||Shorts Waist||30" - 50"||76cm - 127cm|
|Medium||Chest||36" - 46"||91cm - 117cm|
|Medium||Shorts Waist||32" - 51"||81cm - 130cm|
Should We Call PETA?
There’s a lot to say about the world the Flintstones lived in, but today we are wracking our brains over an ethical issue... Our biggest questions arise out of the way they used animals for machinery. Now, the brontosaurus Fred used to mine gravel, that makes sense. That’s a big creature, a lot of power, and seeing as how it’s outdoors it can’t make too much of a mess. But it gets less reasonable from there.
The Flintstones kept eighteen types of bird in their house alone, and they used them as things like letter openers, cameras, brooms, sewing machines, alarm clocks, even knitting needles. How economical is it to house, feed, and otherwise look after a live, talking bird just so you can use its head to rake leaves a few times a year? Ugh, we need answers. Who needs an octopus dishwasher?
We're sure that a big part of the show's longevity, other than Fred's stubborn indignance, connected to their sense of style. Just look at that sleeveless shirt, emblazoned with the prehistoric version of polka dots! Look at that bony pink wig, those black shorts, and those pink leg covers, which seamlessly blend the edginess of ancient times with the active look popular in the 1980s! It's a shame that most modern-day humans think of this outfit as belonging in a museum, because otherwise we'd say this Women's Pebbles Flintstones Costume is pretty fresh.
We're still on this. Is anyone besides us actually bothered by this? It just doesn’t make sense, as if The Flintstones is just a big joke. And to top it all off, their car was the only thing in their world that people powered themselves. Literally the most practical application of animals ever, and they overlooked that one thing. But of course they had to have an octopus dishwasher.
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