Saturday, January 31, 2009

Be sure to update your wardrobe accordingly

Last Thursday I posted a picture of a guy wearing a coat made out of meat.
Little did I know that other people on the planet are doing this too.

For example, here's a page called "Hats Of Meat". It's got-- yes, really-- pictures of hats made out of meat. Check out the photo gallery.

And, there's a fashion artist named Pinar Yolacan who makes clothes out of meat. (Including tripe and cow placenta!) Here's an interview on Style.com, which will tell you alllll you need to know.

Also, there was apparently an episode on "America's Next Top Model" where the models had to wear various garments made of meat. Here's a video of the meaty experience. Note: The first sentence of the video is some lady saying "So, I have to wear beef panties!"

And, earlier today, I wore a button made of meat.
Well, ok, actually I just dropped a piece of pepperoni on my shirt while eating pizza.
But it's nice to know that's fashionable now.
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6 comments:

whall said...

Will JannaMart ever carry what the public really wants?

Maybe a panini bikini?

A liver leisure suit for larry?

Will we be subject to ham glam in the clothing industry?

How about a nice muscle shirt?

No? I hear flank-tops are all the rage?

Tee-bone steaks?

Now instead of worrying who Meatloaf will wear at the Grammy's, we can now worry who will wear meatloaf.

Mo said...

I'm just wondering how many google searches you're gonna get from 'beef panties'

This certainly is a bizarre topic to revisit, even for you!

Quirkyloon said...

Fer shame!

All those starving chilluns in Africa and we wear our beef on our sleeves, buttocks, etc. etc.

:)

maryt/theteach said...

Great posts, Janna! Now who is this guy, whall and how long did it take him to come up with all those punny funs?

VE said...

I like to wear beef hats when I go to India...

Janna said...

Whall: Maybe Meatloaf can wear meatloaf at the Grammys!

Morgen: As if this wasn't enough, I just posted a picture of a bra made out of bacon. Watch out for the spatters!

Quirkyloon: Maybe the starving chilluns can eat the beef-wardrobes when we're through with them. I hope they rinse them off first.

TheTeach: Whall is an fun and interesting blogger from Texas who actually understands computers and played the euphonium in high school. You can find him here: http://whall.org/blog

VE: Always living on the edge, that's you... :)