Bet you almost missed this blog. Yeah, we're in camouflage today. Camo is believed to be one of the most masculine things out there. It's army related, hunting related, and it looks dirty. Perfect for most guys, right? ::crickets:: No that's not because we are blogging from the woods and decked out in camo. It's because no guys really agree camo is the way to go.
There are some guys who do heart camo. They might have a camo trucker hat they wear even when they're not hunting. We all have that creepy uncle or neighbor. The thing is, they're not on etsy! Etsy (which is 90% moms, vegans, or hipsters) doesn't hunt! Why then, do you think camo will work?
Our absolute favorite is when etsy sellers take something feminine and try to camouflage it's femininity with, well, camo. We did a quick etsy search for "camo" and found these gems.
Men don't wear aprons. I'm sure the etsy seller chose to not include this person's face because they didn't want to spoil the big secret. This is clearly not a man. Sorry, lady-that-let-herself-go, you're not fooling this blogger. Men don't wear aprons. Especially camo ones.
To recap, soldiers and hunters wear camo when they are soldiering and hunting. Do you think gun toting men worry about getting a little splash of BBQ sauce on their shirt? Come on...
We thought nothing is as bad as a camo mapron. That was, of course, before we saw this:
Our last camouflage disaster is actually a female product. We normally don't post this, but it was too good.
Folks, camo doesn't make things manly. Trashy, yeah. Manly, no. Please learn from their mistakes.
*PS - We do support the shops that make camo things benefiting soldiers. Just not the shops that make ugly camo things for no reason at all.