Thursday, May 25, 2006

United Colors Of...

You know, a lot has been said recently about Iran's potential plans for marking others of a different faith by making them wear colored badges. I don't know if it's true or not, but outside of the religious aspects, and the fact that it's got "Nazi" written all over it, I think they are on to something.

I'd take it a step further.

Think about it.
In this day and age of retarded political correctness, wouldn't it be easy to identify the people you'd like to talk to, as well as the ones you want to avoid, just by the clothes they wear?

Imagine you meet someone new at a party. What do you talk about? Well, if they are wearing their Orange armband, you know not to talk to them about Animal Rights. But if they have Purple shoes, you can talk to them about The Tragically Hip. Better yet, a Green Hat means they are sexually liberated, so all signs point to "Go".

See how easy that would be? You could instantly tell almost everything about someone in a glance. And it's all important stuff too, not religious crap. I'd rather know that if I talk to a guy in a yellow vest, he'll probably rattle on about stamp collecting for a half hour.

We are already halfway there. So many people brand themselves with corporate logos or witty sayings (I'm just as bad as the next guy.) that it's pretty easy to judge as it is now. My system just pinpoints it a lot more.

So what do you think? If you like it, throw on your Electric Blue T-Shirts and show the world you are with me! If not, Hunter Green!

Ah, Fuck. I'm gonna need a new wardrobe.


1 comment:

  1. See i personally like the old way of chosing who I want to talk too. You know the one were we base or decisions on whree they came from, what music they like, and the always popular what clour skin they have, chugs need not apply....Yes I am kidding....