Signs of the Apocalypse: Pajama Jeans and Jumpin’ Jammer’z

January 11th, 2011  |  by  |  Published in Uncategorized  |  2 Comments

I can tell if the existence of such awful things as Pajama Jeans and Jumpin’ Jammer’z are evidence that men should never be allowed to choose their own clothes, or if they are evidence that no one (their wives) should be allowed to choose clothes for them.

Below, videographic evidence to assist which side you fall on in this crucial sartorial debate.

Pajama Jeans (for fat women with no taste)

Jumpin’ Jammer’z (the abomination)


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  1. J.R. Reed says:

    January 11th, 2011at 10:12 am(#)

    I saw the pajama jeans commercial the other day and laughed my ass off. Until today I didn’t have the opportunity to see the other one, but it is equally as fucked up as the pajama pants. Holy shit, bro!!!!

  2. Spencer says:

    January 11th, 2011at 10:29 am(#)

    I’ve been envious of the little critter’s footies, until now. Though it would be nice to run around the office yelling “Game Time!”

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