I Wore That. Seriously.
Do you recall that ridiculously popular fashion phenomena that also happened to be the worst fashion idea on the planet? You know the one I’m talking about. The magic t-shirt known as Hypercolour by Vuarnet. Why it took me an entire summer to figure out that a t-shirt pinpointing exactly the hottest spots on my body might not be the smartest thing to don, I will never know. Of course, I quickly solved the problem of bright pink under arms on an otherwise purple shirt by wearing an under shirt. But then I was wearing two t-shirts in the middle of summer! Urgh! Don’t even get me started on a rant about all the pervy boys in my school claiming that pink hand prints on my shirt were the only reason they were grabbing me. Man, I was dumb.
Thanks a lot Vuarnet. Assholes.
Once fall hit me on the head, I closeted the Hypercolour and brought out my old standby, Cotton Ginny. Man I loved those shirts. I had three or four t-shirts and two or three sweatshirts. I would always wear them (both tees and sweatshirts) with wear turtlenecks that matched the print.
But those days are gone and so is the company. Farewell Cotton Ginny.
Some of my friends cared more for Coconut Joe as opposed to Cotton Ginny. I think I had just one Coconut Joe sweatshirt that I
stole borrowed from my cousin. He was a guy and he had no business wearing aqua.
Is Coconut Joe still around? Is he still a legend in his own mind? When did he start making soap?
And that is it for Time Warp Tuesday, folks. ‘Til next time!