Tuesday, 30 October 2012

Five things I wish didn't exist

Number one:
 Sweat pants, now I know they are comfy for lazing about the house and they are suitable for the gym but that does not change the fact that people seem to think that they are an item of normal clothing. Sweatpants are a affront to taste, they have elasticated waists and make people think  you're sweaty. In all honesty sweat pants are closer to pajamas than too clothing. As Dita Von Teese Said on the subject of sweatpants. When asked if she'd ever wear a pair, "Why would I do that? Who wants to purposefully feel crappy?" Boys in sweat pants is one of my greatest pet hates, they look like tools.

Number Two:
Fake tan. The smell, the streaks, the orange; There are no redeeming features to the slop. Pale is beautiful and so is natural tan but faking your skin shows your just not comfortable in it. Some boys wear it now too... how masculine. Make up, plucking and primping is just making a person the best that they can be but tan tie dye is a step to far.

Number Three: 
Fast Food chains. Fast food is bad enough as it is, being high is salt and fat and nasties. My objection to chains is they are so far detached from the person in charge that the standards slip. A family who own a pizzaria are going to put love and care into their food as good sales are there livelihood but a global chain where the staff are on a minimum wage stop gap aren't going to care if there products aren't that good. Cheap food is not the answer, Good food is.

Number Four:
Glass Tables. I've yet to see one that isn't an abomination to taste, they are a health risk and they are impractical. A beautiful wooden table is indefinitely more practical and more aesthetically pleasing in all cases.  They serve no purpose but the signal you out as tasteless. 

Number Five:
Jeans. No one looks as good in jeans as they think they do. They make skinny girls look fatter and curvy girls look like sausages. They ride down or up showing kidney or weird bit of ankle. They are unflattering and dull. They are lazy fashion for people who don't care enough about what they look like to put consideration into their outfits. Then forty something old men wear them and attempt to look hip and young. Just no. 

Belinda Stepford

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