Tough to chalk it up to recent college grads worried about how to dress for their first "real" job interviews, since sometimes the questioner has a hundred or more posts to his credit, and has been a member here at SF for some time.
It's strange, all right. But I genuinely try to be polite and helpful. I admit sometimes I fall short of that goal, but I do try.
Oh well, they're still better than the threads where the OP explains that he's getting married in 2 weeks, and his bride and her mother and their wedding planner have ordered him to go suit shopping at the mall with his groomsmen, presumably because if bridesmaids have to wear identical unflattering dresses, fairness dictates that groomsmen should likewise have to wear identical ugly suit uniforms.
So where at the mall can he find fully canvassed ultra-slim green suits w/grey pinstripe, available in a sufficient size range so as to accommodate both his future brother-in-law (who's 6'2", 310 lbs., and wore a size 54T when he last bought a suit in 1998) and his best friend from college (who is 5'4", 110 lbs., and wears a size 34S)? (The suits have to be green and grey, because he and his bride are huge Harry Potter fans, and everyone at the wedding must wear Slytherin house colors.) And is it okay to wear identical sandals, because he's already 6" taller than the bride, and she doesn't want him to wear shoes with heels, lest he tower over her and make her look short in the wedding video? Besides, sandals will make the suits look less formal, which he likes.