05 April 2009
This is my sweatshirt. Personally, I like it! It catches your attention, it's big enough for two, and you could spend all day reading it and still not get through it all. It's very bright, and many people say it is "Ghetto Fabulous." When I saw it on the rack, I knew it was for me. Unfortunatly, the only sizes they had were XXL and XXXXL. I am tall, but I'm not that big, so I opted on the XXL. Seeeking to be positive, I figure that just means I got double the sweatshirt for the same price as one half as big! Man I am a thrifty shopper. People say my sweatshirt doesn't match my personality, but, well, I guess I don't know what to say about that. What do you think? My sweatshirt is very warm, cozy, and I love the colors. The designs I have discovered on it include (it's so big, more designs are being discovered every day): a telephone pole, a dirt biker, the words "King's County," and some orange. I have sought to make a connection between those symbols, but to no avail. Perhaps the dirt biker is a telecommunications worker, and he is biking in King's County against an orange sun? Another unique feature of the sweatshirt is all the glitter it has. Whenever I wear it I get glitter all over everything. It's on my face, my bag, in my lunch, and all over my homework. Oh well, it's worth it for the style. It's made by "5 and Jungle," which is undefined on urbandictionary.com; consequently I have no idea what it means. If I had to guess, I would say it means "Five O'Clock in the Jungle is Feeding Time."