It seems a big paleontologist discovery has been made. A brand new species of dino has been found on this lady’s pair of shorts! This shy guy is peeking out from the seam, saying hello to the world for the first time, and we get a better look at him below the picture. He’s been dubbed the half-steg (Stegosaurus Minimus), and the anthropological community is in an uproar about the discovery.
Plus, take a peep at that lady’s finger accessories! It looks like she made rings out of Chex Mix! That certainly draws the eye. Unconventional and whimsical, she has fashioned rings out of Chex Mix, adorning her fingers with a snack-inspired fashion statement that demands attention and sparks curiosity.
One Way or the Other, It's Not a Good Look
Kevin Hart a classic funnyman. He's on television, wearing a shirt that, at the very least, shows off his physique in a flattering way. But what's that on the shirt? Looks like a little bit of spilled alphabet soup – a collection of the letters D, E, O, and P.
It's sort of like a way too personal version of a word search. The letters can be rearranged to make a few different words, including what is certainly Kevin Hart's favorite American author, Edgar Allen Poe. However, the letters can also be used to spell “D@pe” as well as “Oped.”
Everyone's a Little Uneven
This piece of clothing might seem nice at first, but the big error makes itself apparent before too long. Yes, the breast pockets aren't at the same level, but really, is that such a big deal? Both pockets still work. And it's a men's shirt, so it's not like anyone will notice. Or care.
The shirt doesn't even look that bad! If you can find a shirt like this in the bargain bin, and it's the right size for you, I say, why not? Of course, fancy parties aren't the place to wear it, but if you're an office worker, it's nothing more than a fun outfit piece.
Roses Are Red, Violets Are... Whatever...
This next shirt comes to us from the line of the Goat himself, Michael Jordan, and his Air Jordan line. The shirt says, “Red, White & Black is the New Black.” Now, what could this mean? Three colors can't be one color! It's possible it has something to do with the colorways of the new Jordan shoes, or it could be the eggheads at Nike that couldn't make a good design to save their lives.
No matter how you frame it, this shirt isn't a very good design – you can barely read it. The text, regrettably, seems obscured, barely discernible to the discerning eye. Yet, despite its design flaws, the allure of Michael Jordan's iconic brand and the mystique of this cryptic slogan continues to captivate the hearts of basketball enthusiasts, elevating it to a coveted piece in the realm of sports fashion.
Are We Sure That's Under Armour?
Under Armour creates lots of athletic gear, and they try to keep their designs simple and eye-catching. They've also branched out into casual wear, and as far as this shirt is concerned, they've also dipped into the one-hundred percent total nonsense category of apparel. Whether it's “Power I will Strength what I want Belief” or “Power Strength Belief I will what I Want,” it just doesn't make sense.
There's a pretty good chance this is unofficial Under Armour gear. Or maybe they were just sporting (get it? Sporting?) with some buzzwords. Regardless of the intended message, the allure of Under Armour's brand remains strong, drawing attention and sparking intrigue among athletes and fashion enthusiasts alike.