Sunday, February 6

Fashion Roadkill of the Day: Vol 27

Have you ever felt an affinity for a particular animal, that your life would be somehow be enriched by BEING more like that animal. Because that would explain a lot of things. Like this person's decision to buy a pair of leopard print shorts and wear them in public with anemic tails dangling down the side.

However it still doesn't explain the crisscross hose and the psychedelic flats with yellow trim. Elite think tanks around the world are still scratching their heads over that one.

There are many sites on the internet devoted to people who think that they are animals. Furries, furverts or whatever you want to label them, they're out there and they're all trying to get in touch with their inner animal. Until now I'd never actually seen one up close:

And here we have the rare pleasure of capturing for the first time on film, a human female who has reverted to her past life of a jungle cat. She is a solitary but menacing figure on the prowl. Note the high-heeled stealth and camouflaged pattern. A real man-eater. Run and hide, Mowgli the mancub, run!

My only question is: how the hell did a little grey poodle get caught up in the middle of all this?


At 12:23 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The way it clashes with the outfit suggests "lunch box" to me.

At 6:21 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

How can you just stand there and take photos when it's clear these people are being mauled and consumed by vicious animals? All that's left is their crappy footware. Oh. Wait. I get it. Better a quick death than a protracted existence of oblivious self-embarrassment. You're right. Let the predators pick off the weak ones; the human population is better dressed for it.

At 7:27 PM, Blogger baggylettuce said...

Ha! That was awesome.

If you look carefully though, some clever fellow is clearly planning to trip up Leopardprint Shorts Lady, and possibly steal her pelt and hang it in his smoking room as a trophy.

At 9:10 PM, Blogger Spirit Fingers said...

I want to help, I really do but I serve society better by filming things from afar with the dispassion of a National Geographic journalist.

At 11:35 PM, Blogger Harrods Girl said...

Its like you are trying to capture a lost animal in the city, and searching for clues. Wearing one piece of animal-looking thing is ok, but the whole outfit? *shakes my head*

At 8:13 AM, Blogger John said...

Oh good god! I may vomit!

Kudos for being able to hold the camera lens steady in front of such a display.


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