It’s not only as bad as it looks; it’s worse!
1)This is underwear that you have worn for many years. They are raggedy, but it would be a shame to throw them away.
2)Old underwear can be very useful. This is how: take the scissors and remove the fabric that goes between the legs.
3) When you finish that, you will have a convenient, short shirt.
4) If you don’t believe it, look how hot the shirt looks!
Notice that there are still holes — raggedy, ratty underwear holes — in your “new” recycled shirt.
Now, I collect vintage lingerie, which means, technically, that I buy (and, yes, wear) used lingerie — but that is nowhere near “raggedy” underwear. The only holes are those made by the manufacturer, thankyouverymuch.
And thank gawd the article doesn’t go there, doesn’t mention stains.
Crap, I just did.
And I used the word “crap” – doh!