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I'd love to buy this Boiler Suit from the Katharine Hamnett x YMC collection, but I'm too afraid of the consequences, such as the string of cat burglaries I'd have to pull to pay it off and employees at random stores asking me to mop their restrooms. Also, I don't have 483 USD to drop on a jumpsuit. My jumpsuit budget is woefully limited. The sheer amount of jumpsuits that go unpurchased by me is staggering. But you can help. For only 67 USD a day -- less than the price of thirteen cups of single origin coffee -- you can clothe a twenty-eight year-old man in luxury jumpsuits. Now, you could give your money to a reputable organization that helps disabled, disadvantaged, or disenfranchised people, but where's the fun in that? You only have one life to live. Live it to the fullest. Be spontaneous. Give your bank details to a shady charity. Ride a motorcycle blindfolded and drunk. Cut off one of your less important fingers and mail it to a high school crush. The world is your oyster. Crack it open and suck it down your gullet, while it still clings to life. Anything to momentarily forget the inexorable approach of your death. Wear clothes, buy jumpsuits, go naked. We are but coalesced sacks of star dust, hurtling through space and time. I'm barely distinguishable from that oyster. Maybe I am that oyster. There are no easy answers, only stupid questions -RB
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