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I really feel bad for all his girlfriends.
phreakphit, if you`re too stupid to realise it`s a joke from that, consider this: how come someone was filming him at a party, running as a child, playing piano, attempting suicide, randomly lying in bed praying for a purpose in life? Don`t be a moron.
But Honestly, wouldn`t having a fine thred and needle, not small hands, make sewing perfect?
One doesn`t have to look any further past the film to see that it`s not real. But, if you did, answer these: Why wouldn`t an incredible tailor make shirt sleeves that fit him? Or, more philosophically, why does a tailor make an ad about small hands in the first place? Is the extended metaphor, do you think, decrying an industry that commonly uses child labor in sweatshops, thus, the "small hands?" Sort of saying, "At Herringbone, our small hands aren`t from slave children, they`re from a genetic freak."
Do you think Aunt Jemima is real? I can find a website talking all about her. Or "King" from the Burger King ads? Or the Michelin Man? The Maytag repairman?
Uh oh, don`t look now, but Uncle Ben, a real man according to some, is now CEO of Uncle Ben`s Rice! See it here on a real web site:
- Gold digging with your hands- Tiny ass cutlery- "Tree-Hugging"
... it`s pretty humorous in a sick, twisted way.
Now someone who has that with the "second hand" I will feel lots of pity for.
It is, however, very weird.
Outcast w/ unusually small hands, grows up cant shoot himself so he gets over it and finds something he can do, he becomes a tailor.
Hails, commercial director.
Also I loved the part that he tried to end it... ´´but my finger couldn´t reach the trigger...´´ Hahaha.