Recycle Your Underpants
I came across a photo-op for a campaign, which to my ignorant eyes, looked like it had something to do with dropping your old skiddy underpants into a box for recycling (I've seen the state of some peoples underwear and unless that box said "Nuclear processing - care of: Sellafield", I wouldn't put them next nor near of it). After a little bit of research I found that it pertains to a swimsuit recycling drive ("Recicla Tu Bañador"), organised by Italian fashion company, Calzedonia [wiki]. According to a fashion blog, the event took place in Madrid, Spain, in May of this year, and the Spanish model is Malena Costa [horaconfessions.com].
Calzedonia's website states that for each swimsuit you deposit you'll get a €5 purchase off a new garment [calzedonia.it]. The website also states that the old bikinis and swimsuits will be "recycled in an eco-compatible way in conformity with all legal standards and ethical principles." I don't know about that, it all sounds a bit too legalese for my liking. It's formality makes me very suspicious about their motives, and suspicious about that "box". For all we know, there could be a guy sitting inside, wearing a rubber gimp mask, waiting for a tasty new treasure to fall in on his head.
The whole thing is perverted. I mean, just look at those pervert photographers, totally perving on the model. Even the female bystander is taking a creeper shot in the background. Filthy slimy perverts. And just look at what they captured...
Yes sir, total perversion. Shocking perversion. These people should be ashamed of themselves. I'm sitting here, totally stunned by the perversion.
Posted at 01:51