Further Fashion Mistakes – The OnePiece

Norway, Norway, Norway.

No wonder Kenya would piss all over you.

(Its a happy coincidence that this item is from Norway, it gave me a great excuse to watch this again!)

I’ve mentioned before about the Slanket (I’m still waiting for the inventer to just go LULZ YOU BOUGHT THIS SHIT AT £20 WHEN WE BOUGHT IT IN IKEA FOR £3) but this…well, they were created when the designers had a hangover, and felt like wearing joggers and a hoodie was TOO MUCH WORK. No, seriously.

They all agreed on the merits of the sweatsuit for recovering from a night on the town. But without tight waistband and the pressure to go jogging, Thomas said. Knut had been staring at a light bulb when, eureka, it all became clear: why not sew together a hooded sweatshirt and a pair of sweatpants? Lets make it so big that no one in their right mind would think of working out

Not only is the product something that I could easily see sold on QVC’s lesser cousins, the biggest worry I have is how do you go the loo? There isn’t a second zip (as far as I can see) so both the boys and girls are forced to get a bit nudey just to do a wee.

The product images on the website are bad enough as well. Just take a look at these:

I have no words for this one
Where is T-Pain from this picture?
“How can we become more unattractive to the opposite sex? Pull stupid faces and wear these? OK then!”
That is a look of fear in the dogs eyes. It’s OK puppy, I don’t think they make onesies in your size.
This reminds me of bathing costumes from the early part of the 20th Century
This is probably the douchyest (thats a word, hush) photo of them all

If after these photos, you still want to buy one (why?!), they’re at from £80.

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