Wednesday, August 09, 2006

Declaration of the CP No. 1: Shirt tucking


Declaration of the CP is a new series wherein we will announce the official policies of CPW. Check back often so that you remain in the loop, because we get mean when policies are violated.

Declaration No. 1: Ye hipster guys, we hereby declare an official moratorium on the half-untucked shirt look. It's pretty fucking stupid.

Love,
CP

23 comments:

Katy said...

whats a moratorium sorry my english is still rocky in some parts.

Coaster Punchman said...

It means we're over it.

Melinda June said...

Thank you , CP, for sorting out this abomination!

wonderturtle said...

May I quote Six Feet Under?

"Nice stubble. When's your date? The whole 'oops I didn't know I was sexy' look won't peak until about... noon tomorrow."

Old Lady said...

You tell them CP!

Beth said...

*applauds*

Did they really think we were fooled by the faux casualness?

Coaster Punchman said...

MJ: you're welcome

WT: That sounds like something either Brenda or Claire would have said, maybe to Nat. Am I correct?

OL: Thanks. I am!

B: CPW readers are all too smart to be fooled by anything.

Grant Miller said...

Half-untucked? what about fully untucked. I don't remember the last time I tucked in my shirt.

Tumuli said...

Finally. But what about a moratorium on faux coolness? That's nearly as popular.

jin said...

Hmmm...I never notice a tucked, half-tucked or untucked shirt?

I must be looking at something else.

Dale said...

You're looking at their cookies Jin, tsk tsk.

Coaster Punchman, you are my hero for half exposing this half crime against the half of humanity's who's noticed.

Wonderturtle for Jesus gets my vote for quoting 6 Feet Under!

Coaster Punchman said...

GM: Tucked, untucked, both fine. It's the half & half that is annoying. It's a shit or get off the pot scenario.

T: You're on the right track there.

J: I have a feeling Dale is about to make a lascivious comment.

D: Hey look, I was right! That's why you're OUR hero!

jin said...

Um...actually, I think it's the eclair. ;-)

(I have to make dale jealous now for dumping me. I don't take these things lightly you know!)

wonderturtle said...

Actually, it was Nate said it to David, who was mortified.

And hey Dale, thanks man. According to Melinda June, this means I can also run for Scott Peterson.

wonderturtle said...

Uh, I mean Patterson. I don't want to run for Scott Peterson. That would be bad.

Dale said...

Good catch Wonderturtle. I saw Melinda's post because I'm dedicating as much time as possible to being heroic, avoiding Jin (jealousy thing) and generally being a smart ass.

Katy said...

thanks I love learning the meanings of new words. And I totally agree - make up your mind tuck or don't but not half way. Also please pull up your PANTS I do not care what colors are your boxers.

Coaster Punchman said...

Oh Katy, don't even get my started on the pants-down-to-your-knees thing. I don't even have the energy to attempt to correct that one.

Jin, I thought you saved the dirty talk about eclairs for Echo!

WT: Scott Peterson, now there's a hottie!

Dale: Remember, jealousy is bad for the complexion.

lulu said...

I work with a total little hipster dude, whi I actually really like, but not only does he wear the 1/2 tuck, he comes in and asks if the 1/2 tuck is working for him that day. Between that and the ironic tee-shirts.......

wonderturtle said...

Oh no, please don't announce a moratorium on ironic t-shirts CP! I can't help it!

jin said...

OH!
Uh-oh...
*jin whispers*
cp, I forgot that was echo...I thought it was dale...there are so many I never seem to keep the names straight! You don't think he noticed, do you?!!?

Coaster Punchman said...

Lu: I've made it easy for you. Just tell your little hipster friend "NO. CP has issued a moratorium against the half-tuck." Then rip the tucked part of his shirt out, violently, and give him a wedgie while you're at it.

WT: Well, are we talking "ironic" in the Alanis sense of the word?

J: Hmmmm, maybe Echo and Dale = same person?

Dale said...

Neither of us noticed anything.