Tuesday, September 22, 2009

bad fashion choices are just the beginning

So a friend was telling me a little while ago about a particular website that documents bad fashion choices. Bad fashion choices are just something some of us marvel at, and let me tell you, there's a lot to marvel at.

This was the particular page that he sent me to - I mean, I know things are supposed to match, but yeah, I do think that's going too far.

I've taken a few pictures myself of interesting fashion choices, but I'm only brave enough to Twitpic them. Some of us had talked quite some time ago about doing a website just like malingering's world, but we never did, so I'm glad she did. I've got a couple of pics I might send her just for her amusement.

And I will admit that on any given day now, and on many given days in my lifetime, a picture of me would fit nicely on the site. I have never claimed to be a fashion maven, which is why sometimes, I wonder at people who seemingly have less fashion sense than even me!

But, as I browsed the site, I found a whole smorgasbord of tasty tidbits!

For instance, this one made me laugh out loud really hard - it's totally parklikeanasshole.com material!

But this one is definitely the Holy Grail of my discovery. OMG. It's not like I go to Dodger games all that much, but the loathing with which I regard beach balls is beyond description. I totally agree with her that playing with beach balls during a game is totally disrespectful to the players and to the people who went to the game to, oh, I don't know, ACTUALLY WATCH THE FRICKIN' GAME????!?!!?!? I mean, if people want to play with the beach balls before the game starts or in between innings when nothing is going on anyway, that's one thing. But that *never* happens. And yeah, same with the wave. Sit the f down - I'm trying to watch the game!

I've added the site to my list of sites to peruse on the right side of this blog.

Thanks for the tip, Mox!


dodie said...

AMEN! I am so with you on the whole beach ball thing. I've never understood the appeal. I've never been brave enough to actually pop one but I've secretly hoped someone would.

Tim Castro said...

Thanks for the tip. I'm adding this blogger to my Google Reader.