You are like, 50% legs. Half of you is legs.
But not according to British fashion retailer ASOS!
They think we are all at least 70% legs. Or giants. Or both. Because they’re sending out jeans that have legs far beyond normal lengths.
A man on Twitter called George Riggall was retweeted nearly 20,000 times this week after he very rightly pointed this grievous malpractice of pant-making. The poor bloke mainly just seemed very, very confused about the supposed 32″ length denim he’d purchased:
— George Riggall (@GeorgeRiggall) May 26, 2016
And people are rolling about laughing about what happened here:
— Doug (@_dogden) May 27, 2016
— Lissa Evans (@LissaKEvans) May 27, 2016
— Chris (@Cranky84) May 26, 2016
— KBfoodphotos (@kasiakatie) May 26, 2016
what’s with asos randomly sending ppl really long jeans?? Is it all one big ad to help promote the new BFG movie or???
— ? laurel ? (@laurelmclark) May 27, 2016
But it turns out George wasn’t alone in his sartorially-stretched dilemma:
— hannah (@hannahj_xox) May 16, 2016
— Alex (@KETFLIXNDCHILL) May 14, 2016
— esme (@ezxxx_) May 18, 2016
— Hannah Cook (@hannah_coook) April 6, 2016
— Sarah (@xsarahspeaksx) May 30, 2016
On the bright side, tall people seem stoked:
— Gabrielle Keller (@gabbykeller) May 27, 2016
Guess who’s buying jeans from Asos pic.twitter.com/npQPakGRAp
— Tall Girl Diaries (@LifeTall) May 27, 2016
What a beautiful party of very long pants this is. On the other hand – is ASOS okay?