nobody loves a bargain better than me. cheap clothing is something i can live/love with, but ugly cheap clothing is not.
ugly retailing is something i cannot live with either. according to the new york post, the founder of american apparel is being sued for sexual harassment. memo to boss: parading around in front of an employee at work with nothing but a sock on your junk is not OK, unless of course it’s consensual.
plus, his clothes are just plain fug. and fug is fug (unless you are specifically trying to look like 70s jailbait or a $10 hooker), i don’t care how titillating your ads are. if it isn’t clear that this is just a case of a complete jerkoff (albiet with genius marketing skillz) recycling spandex pants, tube tops, dolphin shorts and pro socks into a growing retail phenom then check this out.
american apparel rip-off:
i’m very amused that anyone would be fooled into buying this tired, second-hand garbage when they could save some money by just going down to the local goodwill. because this a serious case of been there, worn that, and it wasn’t a whole lot better the first time. observe.
white tube socks and roller skates are kinda cute on teenage girls, but look a little silly on a grown woman.
linda, linda, linda. i expected you, of all people, to know better.
britney spears did not invent the crotch flash, though she may have dragged it down to a place it’s never been before. exposing your nether bits for the camera is old news. good lord, even valerie (have you called jenny yet?) bertinelli did it.
spandex is not your friend. even farrah looks paunchy.
and we all know what happened to poor freddie mercury. very, very frightening me.
wearing a belt with your leotard does not “dress it up.” nor do leggings.
wtf is up with the rags?
(hmmm. in retrospect, it appears jamie lee curtis was a bit of a skeez.)
making some corporate wanker rich is not something i enjoy doing. so, if you’ll excuse me, i’m going to go clean out my attic. i’m going to make a fortune on ebay.
they like spandex over at Humor-Blogs.com