Saturday, December 17, 2005

Not 100% truthful advertising

I recently bought a shirt made by a company called Under Armour tm. They always show the shirts in thier ads without a person but as if a very fit body were in it. I assumed this was because when you wore the Under Armour that's how you would look. That's what made me buy it.



Unfortunately when I got it and tried it on it didn't look exactly like the ads. I mean I still look totally hot but just not as good as the hardbody they advertise. I took a picture of me in my new Under Armour just to show you how well it works.

8 comments:

Johnny Virgil said...

You didn't get the right one -- you're supposed to buy the one with the muscles in it.

John said...

dammit. I wondered why the girl at the checkout was laughing.

slcup said...

Man, you are SEXY.

russ said...

For all the mad MS Paint skillz you demonstrate, I think the double chin might be naturale.

Fattie.

Carly said...

Um... you look pregnant. But I mean that in the most flattering way possible.

LizzieDaisy said...

Is that thing really comfortable or am I missing the point? All I can think of is that it makes me feel completely clausterphobic. Or however you spell it. In any case, muscles are very overrated. Babies however are not. Congrats. :)

danielle said...

you look like a paraplegic in a marshmallow shirt that also doesn't have a torso and then lost his hands too.

Mama Duck said...

Damn, I'm suing Victoria's Secret for deceptive trade practices too 'cause they are always touting bras and undies that should make my stomach totally flat and my legs 10 years younger.

BTW, found you at Lizzie's!