Presumably they wear Brazilians instead?

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17 thoughts on “Presumably they wear Brazilians instead?”

  1. So Much For Subtlety

    Fur is a 100% renewable, biodegradable, all natural, even organic product. Anyone who cares about global warming avoids nylon and other artificial fibres – it is a waste of crude oil. Anyone who cares about the environment avoids plants that require persistent herbicides like cotton. Anyone who cares about animal welfare avoids wool which relies on the exploitation of sheep.

    Fur is the only sensible environmentally-friendly choice.

  2. SMFS. But what with runaway global warming due to a marginal increase in atmospheric plant food, nobody is going to need clothing in 100 year’s time anyway. Win-win.

  3. So Much For Subtlety

    K.R. Lohse – “But what with runaway global warming due to a marginal increase in atmospheric plant food, nobody is going to need clothing in 100 year’s time anyway. Win-win.”

    In that case, the non-male parental units can wear nothing but their underwear under their fur coats. Win-win-win!

    For some non-male parental units anyway.

  4. Fur protests. Yawn. As if anyone wears it anyway these days.

    Still, its the performance which is important, not the Cause.

  5. “Flatulent tosspottery”
    Presumably, why the gas masks.

    Got to admire their fortitude, though. I’d guess this stunt must have been in the planning.some days ago. When the Met Office were forecasting the UK would be feet deep in snow, about now.
    Or maybe they just counted on the reliability of the Met Office.

  6. Their bodies don’t look so bad so the gas masks are perfect, you can screw them without looking at their ugly mugs or listening to their SJW whining. That is if you are not in a happily monogamous relationship like what MrsBud and I are, in which case they don’t give me the slightest hint of a rise.

  7. Rob – Fur protests. Yawn. As if anyone wears it anyway these days.

    True. The last time I saw someone IRL wearing a fur coat, it was a guy dressed as a 1970’s pimp at a fancy dress party.

    Before that… maybe old ladies in the 1980’s.

    Who wears fur now, apart from Game of Thrones characters?

    So maybe this is a new form of retro-activism. When they start crying about acid rain, the ozone layer, and apartheid we’ll know for sure.

  8. @ Steve
    The Russians do.
    The hats are mostly rabbit fur from the bunnies they keep for food.
    Peta are very welcome to got Siberia in February and try to force the locals to take off their fur hats and coats: looking at the arm muscles on those three I reckon one babushka could deal with the lot of them.

  9. Rob and Steve – you’d be astounded how much fur trim these days is real.

    And I’ve got several fox fur jackets, and two mink coats! Only worn on two occasions this winter so far, because it’s just not been that cold.

  10. All you need to know about PETA is that they run one of the largest kill shelters in the USA.

    They euthanize tens of thousands of dogs and cats annually.

    A very sick organization full of very disturbed individuals.

  11. JerryC
    “The chick in the middle doesn’t have a good seal, her lenses are all fogged up.”

    Seal? I thought they were against wearing seals as well.

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