Signs of the Endtimes of Clothing as We Know It

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by voxsartoria, Dec 28, 2008.

  1. rjmaiorano

    rjmaiorano Senior member

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    I offer the Snuggie: the Blanket with Sleeves:

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    What are your signs?


    - B


    She didn't even remove the tag from the sleeve??!?!
     
  2. voxsartoria

    voxsartoria Goon member

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    I couldnt resist this thread. Here are my nominees:

    In the animal cruelty category:

    [​IMG]


    Good example of when low rise denim simply does not work.

    She didn't even remove the tag from the sleeve??!?!

    I know you're talking tag, but what you are really thinking is, "Is she nude under that Snuggie?"


    - B
     
  3. FidelCashflow

    FidelCashflow Senior member

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    She didn't even remove the tag from the sleeve??!?!

    If you had one of those, would you have the nerve to take it to your tailor?
     
  4. kngrimm

    kngrimm Senior member

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    In your dedicated pursuit of being the perfect [suited] gentleman... you forgot that the Snuggie could border on awesome.

    You know what this forum has taught me? That no matter what you wear outside the WAYWT, someone thinks it looks absolutely horrible...

    I'm over it.

    Well, snuggled with the right chick (Vox, this is where you find a funny picture..even though you are pretty damn rich and well versed, but spend 5 hours a day here?), the Snuggie could definitely work.

    Snuggie it up..
     
  5. rjmaiorano

    rjmaiorano Senior member

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    I know you're talking tag, but what you are really thinking is, "Is she nude under that Snuggie?"

    - B


    I'll be honest, first time through I didn't even notice that the model was pretty attractive. Now I can think of nothing else.[​IMG]

    If you had one of those, would you have the nerve to take it to your tailor?

    It would be great to take it to a tailor, that would be a very amusing visit.. Sadly I was joking. Although I am seriously considering buying one as a gag gift...
     
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  7. Manton

    Manton RINO Dubiously Honored

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    [​IMG]

    This is the end.


    Don't you have a vest made out of that?
     
  8. rjmaiorano

    rjmaiorano Senior member

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    ^^^ Holy shit. That is the end [​IMG]
     
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    Metlin Senior member

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    [​IMG] This is the end.
    Meh. You're right -- it is the end. I can't even tell the type of lapels on that thing. And you can't even see the cuff of his shirts. My personal favorite, of course, is Mr. Cohen. [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
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    Irond Will Senior member

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    I offer the Snuggie: the Blanket with Sleeves:

    [​IMG]

    What are your signs?


    - B


    I bought my girlfriend one of these a few years ago - it used to be called "The Slanket", which is arguably more awesome. Anyways, it's warm, she can knit while keeping her arms warm, and she loves it.
     
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    Irond Will Senior member

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    In the 'just dont date my daughter' category:

    [​IMG]


    Is that a tiny can of lite beer or is this guy like eight feet tall?
     
  12. jhdas

    jhdas Well-Known Member

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    I bought my girlfriend one of these a few years ago - it used to be called "The Slanket", which is arguably more awesome. Anyways, it's warm, she can knit while keeping her arms warm, and she loves it.

    Actually, there are two different sleeved blanket products. There's the slanket and the snuggie.

    At least the snuggie has a cool infomercial: . It's got nothing on the Tiddy Bear, though:
     
  13. voxsartoria

    voxsartoria Goon member

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    Actually, there are two different sleeved blanket products. There's the slanket and the snuggie.

    At least the snuggie has a cool infomercial: . It's got nothing on the Tiddy Bear, though:


    [​IMG]

    Your expertise in these products is most impressive.


    - B
     
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    Oh I saw that blanket with sleeves on TV the other day. Looked fucking ridiculous when they were at a ballgame wearing them. It's like, didn't they already make this.. it's called a sweater
     
  15. voxsartoria

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    Oh I saw that blanket with sleeves on TV the other day. Looked fucking ridiculous when they were at a ballgame wearing them. It's like, didn't they already make this.. it's called a sweater

    Why is it ridiculous? It is a logical stopping point in the complete de-evolution of clothing.

    I have dibs on the CarpetShoeâ„¢. It's my concept to save on carpeting. The CarpetShoeâ„¢ has a cutout of a carpet glued upside down to the sole of a shoe. Basically, no matter where you walk, it is like walking on plush carpet.

    This not only saves money on unnecessary carpet installations, but essentially makes the entire world your private carpet.

    Don't steal my idea.


    - B
     

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