Thursday, November 7, 2013

what to wear to a rob ford protest

Drunken Stupor

Did you miss the Rob Ford protest yesterday in light of his admission about smoking crack, where, said mayor was in a state of a drunken stupor? Please use the hashtag #inadrunkenstupor if you feel that you got caught handling your penis in public or if you ever got streaks. Really, streaks bro.

Fear not, because on November 13, there will be another protest for Ford to resign at Nathan Phillips Square. Grab a latte, maybe visit Topman for a break and wave those handmade posters diligently.

Save Toronto.

Rob Ford out.

I want a Uniqlo flagship store on the immediate.

I have curated some pieces I think is appropriate to wear to a Rob Ford protest. A select few of the pieces are symbolic where Rob Ford has failed us miserably, others, are just beautiful aesthetically. The beige jumper: a manifestation of crack. Say crack again. Crack. The red backpack is of his recent rage blackout recorded from the computer. The blue pants evoke his inebriated state at The Taste of Danforth where he paraded like a buffoon.  The yellow toque is for the removal of the Jarvis bike lanes that left me and many other Torontonians devastated. The socks are for his inability to attend Pride festivities so he can gander at the beauty of Muskoka.

Everything else is just sitting pretty.

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