Hello humans of the internet! As I’ve mentioned before I work for a company that primarily screen prints shirts. Due to the nature of the work, we get a lot of shipments. We have to order shoes to be screen printed, ink, a bunch of different chemicals, vinyl, office supplies, ect… it takes a lot. Anyway, I open a lot of these boxes. I don’t know if you’ve ever opened 8 boxes of t shirts, but it gives you a lot of time to think so here is what I think about.
- That’s a lot of boxes
- 1..2.3..4.5..6…..7…….I lost one
- Nevermind, 8 is just small
- Okay *checking packing list like I can read*
- Dang it, I don’t know what that says
- Okay pretend you have to pee, walk away get centered, you got this. You can totally read.
- Alright so blue, 12 blue
- 184.108.40.206….. that one’s folded weird.220.127.116.11.18.104.22.168…..8? Oh wait. 22.214.171.124.126.96.36.199.188.8.131.52. Okay
- 15 blue ladies.
- You know, the tag always specifies when it’s ladies cut but not when it’s mens cut.
- I guess anyone can wear mens shirts but not ladies shirts.
- There’s no real reason why men can’t wear ladies shirts.
- They’d have to adjust what size they buy and it might not be as comfortable.
- But when women buy mens or unisex clothes sometimes they have to adjust the size and aren’t as comfortable.
- Women ordering shirts always have to sit and figure what size they need to get because of the different cuts.
- I hate wearing mens or unisex xsmalls because they fit everywhere except over my hips and then they’re just stretched tight the and do the thing where they are determined to become a crop top.
- Isn’t there something in the bible about not wearing men’s clothes?
- Is that a miss quote?
- I don’t think I’ve read that part.
- Honestly I’ve missed a lot.
- I need to get a audiobook bible.
- An audiobible
- Oh my God is that a spider.
- No that’s thread
- I need groceries.
- I need an audiobible
I hope you enjoyed this little stream of conciousness. I feel like I write these a lot because I like to, is almost like poetry in a way that is very little like poetry.