Thursday, November 16, 2006

Long-Sleeve T-Shirts

Why are Long-Sleeve T-Shirts called "Long-Sleeve T-Shirts"? If I was a T-Shirt, I'd be pissed off that some other copycat garment was benefiting from my name - after all, the T-Shirt is a cherished icon of clothing that should be protecting its brand.

It's time for the Long-Sleeve T-Shirt to stop mooching off the original short-sleeve version. A long-sleeve t-shirt doesn't even look like a "T". It's more like an "M" with a really fat middle part. And I don't see pants calling themselves "Long-Leg Shorts" - so there's really no excuse.

But knowing how lazy the Long-Sleeve T-Shirt really is, it'll probably just mooch off some other piece of clothing - and call itself a "Short-Neck Turtleneck" or an "Super-Thin, Non-Knitted Sweater".

3 Comments:

At 5:29 PM, Anonymous la rocks said...

Lazy Asian is back! That is classic. Good job. Every once in awhile you got to jump off the hottie newswomen and wrtie something Seinfeldesque.

 
At 6:13 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

That was some funny shit.

 
At 11:05 AM, Anonymous ProudMary said...

I concur with la rocks. this is the quintessence of lazy asian in all its mundane (and i mean that in the best way) glory... welcome back! some of us were getting tired of all the boobies and trash talk. give the people what they want!

 

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