I haven’t ranted in a while, so there are a few things I need to rant about.
What is the deal with the Fcuk clothing line? It isn’t a very cute word. It just seems like an assinine way to make people feel rebelious. I see these “rebels” walking around on campus with shirts that say “Cool as fcuk” or “Sexy as fcuk.” It is clear what this clothing line is representing, and I find it rediculous. If you happen to see someone wearing one of these shirts, throw mud at them and insult their mother. If you are lucky, their mother is dead and your insults will make them cry.
Another fashion trend I absolutely hate is the “popped collar.” Is there a reason for this? You don’t just look stupid by popping your collar, you actually are stupid. Really stupid. The kind of stupid that makes me think you like Fcuk brand clothing. I have never heard anyone ever say, “That look is so hawt,” or anything to that effect, so do people actually like this look, if you do, just kill yourself.
There is one fashoin trend I am tolerant of though. That would be the various-colored bracelets everyone and their mother seems to wear now. I don’t think the fashion is all that hip, 6 year old girls have worn thick, pastel-colored braceletes for years now, I like the fact that this trend is actually supporting the search for a cure for cancer. I could care less whether or not these popped color trend whores realize they are supporting a good a cause or not. I am glad at least one trend is actually benefiting a good cause, not just an idiot’s desire to be a rebel.
I would rant about them, but everyone hates Ugg boots, so if you don’t hate them, your mom. They are attrocious.
Alright, I am out.
P.S. I just went to Fcuk’s website .I guess I should feel dumb, because FCUK stand for some French Connection thing. It is still a play on the American grandaddy of curse words. After reading their about section, I am sure of this. Definately another reason to hate the French, though. Especially the French-Canadians. *shudders*
Support gravity, put your ‘fcuking’ collar down.