Every once in a while I like to head over the Canada side of Forever 21 and see what horrors they offer those fine people. Having done such a thing today, my question to the Canadian readers is this – How do you sleep at night knowing Forever 21 is marketing THIS to United Statesians and not to you?
Kid ‘N’ Play Tee: $17.80
Canada, you poor, deprived, beautiful little fool.
The best part of this is Kid’s hand gesture.
It’s like he had a fist full of fucks and just threw those bitches up in the air like “AND WHAT.”
Play is not amused.
At the behest of one reader who hails from America’s hat (otherwise known as Canada) I went snooping through Forever 21′s online racks available to the great hockey nation and unearthed a true gem.
Woven Cadet Shirt: $18.99
Whilst deep in the bowels of BoGo territory, cutting my way through the overgrowth of floral rompers and obnoxiously printed maxi dresses, I was presented with this, a relic from the brief and long forgotten era when military inspired clothes were acceptable.
Blimey. It’s a gorgeous specimen. Look at the wingspan! Military inspired tops with puff sleeves are all but extinct now, however in it’s heyday, this top must have been quite a sight to see, soaring majestically over sales racks and making its nest from the finest crocheted cardigans and lime green bib tops. If you’ve got $18.99 Canadian, you could own a bit of history. Terrifyingly tacky, virtually unwearable history, but history, none the less.
Forever 21, I Salute You.
In further proof that you can’t keep a good giggle down, Forever 21 has managed (for the time being) to allow the Spread Eagle ring to exist on the Canadian side of it’s online catalog.
There it is, in all it’s juvenile, “Hahaha – that’s what porn actresses do for money” glory.
And below is the cleaned up version which mysteriously made the switch days after WTForever 21′s original post.
Either they forgot to change it on the Canadian site or they just think Americans are prudes. Or there is some other explanation I’m not thinking of. In any case, this proves I’m not insane (in this instance) and that the Spread Eagle ring does indeed exist.
Fly high, Spread Eagle. Fly high.