This story now
IN Hilarious ON 20 May, 2016
As a professional, may it be in fields of clerical, artistic (visual, kinetic and musical), research, or athletic backgrounds, we must never let our identity be forgotten or be set aside. In institutions like companies and other formations, what defines them from the outside are their uniforms. Obviously, uniforms are clothes with designs and color combinations agreed upon by company owners, or by consensus--for groups like athletes.
No matter how intricate or crammed the conceptualization for uniforms were, results do vary. Apparently, it seems like the more uniforms are planned and well-designed, the more it appears awkward or uncomfortable to wear.
There are examples that can help you visualize this tragedy.
While the worker's name is on her cap, the colors they've used for their uniform is more than enough to imagine more of the mustard, ketchup, hotdog, and some spices. You won't feel hungry and excited about that stick you're about to buy. It's decreasing your lust for the food, swear.
Their costume is pretty much distracting. Creators of this suit must be filed with harassment or attempted murder for this shameful design.
Come one, come all. Would you be willing to give up the title for these...pretty skillful women racers? Katy Perry's 'Roar' is the answer.
Don't stretch that much, some organs would end up dysfunctional.
Personally, I despise one-piece of garment, especially for my girls. It's going to be easier for rapists to fulfill their criminal interests--clearer targets, you know.
I forgive this one because no single maker of swimwear would sabotage an athlete by putting a hole exactly at the buttcrack area. Speedo knows the real deal.
Let's give a round of applause for this trap. This time, I think this is the one I would call 'athletic sabotage by demonizing the wardrobe'. Poor ladies, they had to wear them, or else...
We have no idea how this player is feeling about this pink panther-colored inappropriateness.