On my way home from work, I was stopped at one of the many stoplights I must traverse through when I noticed the ugliest thing: there was a woman walking the sidewalk wearing a solid gray shirt with vertically striped blue and white capris.
I’ll wait here whilst you imagine this vomit-inducing sight. You back? Good.
Wow, I thought to myself, those are some fugly pants.
Then I realized the fugliness affronting me was not entirely this woman’s fault.
You see, somebody designed those pants. Then somebody approved those pants for production. Then some buyer for a store that sells (apparently ugly) clothes decided to purchase them for resale. Then, that woman bought those pants and, today, decided to wear them.
And thus the fruits of an entire chain of fail were laid out before me.
I was even more indignant upon this realization. How can there be that many people failing at their jobs/lives? Isn’t there anyone to hold all of these failures accountable so I never have to witness crimes against fashion and humanity such as this again?
Well, obviously there isn’t. It just amazes me the amount of people that leave their houses every day without so much a glance in the mirror? How can you not know you look like that?
Please stop failing people.