No, it’s not offensive. It’s cute and joining in …

Comment on Is It Offensive? | Tesco removes “Geek” slogan clothing following complaint by Anna.

No, it’s not offensive. It’s cute and joining in with the hipster trend. Being a geek is now cool and wearing glasses is very common actually. There is no way that that little boys friends are old enough to understand what geek means anyway. They’re babies.

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