Luke showed up to work wearing dark blue socks, wanna-be bermuda shorts, and a Robotron t-shirt with bleach stains. His St. Louis Cardinals ballcap was the most fashionable thing he wore.
I couldn’t help but poke fun at his outfit, asking if he had borrowed it from his 4-year old nephew. Although, his nephew actually has fashion sense, so I should apologize for that.
Here’s what he looked like:
I know. I am a terrible person. Who am I to give fashion advice when I wear a work shirt every day with my capris and holy Crocs?
Except, I’m not an attractive young single person! I am a married woman who works too much. I’m allowed to have comfy clothes and no sense of style.
I told Luke that I wore those shorts back in the early 80’s, although I didn’t pair them with his oh-so-sexy dark socks and running shoes. We went back and forth for a while, and then Jake showed up to work.
Jake has a sense of fashion. He’s a good looking young man, and takes pride in a clean V-neck shirt and perfectly-fitting jeans.
I mentioned that Luke would look great in Jake’s outfit, and that Jake would most certainly not be as attractive without his ensemble.
I guess they took it as a challenge.
Doesn’t he look great? Really, though. Doesn’t he?
Well. Jake wanted his clothes back immediately.
Extreme pizza cook makeover. I need my own Reality Show.