Clothing Options

In the past 2 weeks, I’ve noticed that I have altogether too many t-shirts. I literally had over 40 shirts, meaning it would take me more than a month to wear each one a single time. I did a quick assessment and got rid of all but 15. Luckily, I found a shirt I bought before I deployed and never got a chance to wear. Courtney and I went to the North Shore today and she commanded that I couldn’t wear it because it was inappropriate. Sure, it is nicer to wear an Aloha shirt or something, but why does she hate my favorite (rock/metal) band so much?

I mean, sure, Tool is more risque than Allison Kraus or that old socialist Bob Dylan, but it’s not like they are going to offend anyone in Hale’iwa, right? Well, I guess as long as they don’t see my back:

Whatever. I’m not a frigging barbarian, I just lost my sense of perspective…in the war. Yeah. That’s what it was.

I wore the shirt. I’m still wearing it.

~ by kinshay on 2005-05-09.

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  1. Threadless is the worst thing to happen to me and my t-shirt collection.

  2. Funny, I have the same t-shirt. Even worse is my mom bought it for me for x-mas one year.

  3. As a worse ‘X-mas present from Mom’ story, which is bad for a different reason, when I was 13 or 14, I asked my mother for an Ice Cube CD (probably Amerikkka’s Most Wanted) and received a Vanilla Ice CD. Apparently the douchebag at the record store advised her that Cube was inappropriate for a brand new teenager and I would probably like Vanilla Ice instead. Fucking racist record store employee.

  4. i don’t get it, what’s wrong with the shirt ?

    the very first albums tht i ever owned we’re an xmas present. saturday night fever and kiss alive II. man, what a mixed blessing.

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