Jason and fashion. Two words that go together so well, they kind of almost rhyme. When you’re a fashion icon, your choice of clothing influences a ton of people or some kind of bullshit like that. But when you’re an average slob like me, you can wear whatever the fuck you want. Even to work. Alright, maybe not work if you still want it to be a place that you go.
Let me model some beautiful shit for you. JASON FASHION TAKEOVER.
Are you a dude? Have you ever been on a boat? Well then you’re qualified to wear this shirt. Convince some stupid rich girl with a yacht that you’re her special little sailor boy and KABLOWJIE! You’re getting blown off shore every weekend!
Custom made and handcrafted from the hair fibers of extinct Ice Age mammals, this one of a kind sweater will wow people everywhere that wear clothes. An artist was specially commissioned to create a future vision of me, which you see on the left; smoking a pipe in teal sweatpants on a fishing trip. I’ve never smoked a pipe and I could give two fucks about fishing, but dreams come true in pants so tealy blue. I’m not sure what that means either.
Made from tiny bits of constellations, staring directly into the pants will cause erotic visions of shooting stars every time you close your eyes. A verified cousin of the Star Spangled Banner, the next time one of my pick up lines includes something about having a star spangled crotch, it won’t even be a lie. Only one t-shirt could ever accent pants so galactic and you see it here. If you want to dress like me, hopefully you’re not one of those pussies that’s afraid of clowns.
The finest in mens formal evening wear. This jacket was designed by someone who ate too much 1980s for breakfast and threw the decade up all over some flashy, electric blue fabric for lunch. The multi-colored tassels help give you that Macho Man-on-Ecstasy-at-the-Oscars vibe. If you ever needed proof that you can’t overdose on high class, this is it.
All garments featured here are available for worship by fashionistas around the world.
There’s lots of shit in life that people take too far. Fun things that most people are able to do in moderation. Drinking, gambling, porn. One of these things that should never be taken too far is decorating for Christmas. It’s one thing to assemble an extravagant light show that will throw your neighbors into an epileptic fit. I’m all for that, that sounds hypnotizingly delicious. But it’s a completely different story to assemble the Island of Misfit Christmas Blow-Up Dolls on your front lawn. Especially when you’re building the Island as if it were Noah’s Ark. Take a quick look, there’s at least two of every creature on this lawn. Two Whinnie the Poohs, two Tiggers, nine hundred Nutcrackers. Spongebob and the Grinch can be grouped together because what the fuck are they anyway?
You thought they were done? No way. The front lawn’s not enough, let’s move it on to the side lawn! Because no Christmas is complete without Bart Simpson…sitting on blocks? Notice how the candy cane fence ropes off the Misfits from the outside world. Can you imagine the conversation that took place in this household leading up to the construction of the Island? “Jim, you better build me a candy cane fence to keep those monsters out there away from my babies!” Good call on that though. I give it a couple days before the neighborhood Satanists come in and shove those candlesticks up Frosty the Snowman’s fluffy, white ass.
This holiday season, please learn to practice moderation. If you really need to show off your blow-up dolls, maybe put like two or three on display. The rest should be kept for your own personal enjoyment, tucked away in your bedroom somewhere.