Thursday, May 9, 2013

Abercrombie & Fitch CEO Mike Jeffries. *RANT*

For those of which don't know, this recently came to light:
So, uh, yeah, here's my rebuttal.

Yeah, that's true, there are the cool kids and there are the 'un-cool' kids but you must have never been cool if you honestly think the "cool" kids are 'All-American' or have great attitudes or a lot of friends.
Now, obviously they're going to have a lot of friends but are they real friends? The majority of the popular kids talk down to their peers who they feel are below them and make them feel like shit.
They tend to be these spoiled assholes who just think so highly of themselves, it's unbearable. Most of the time they need a fucking slap to the face. Do you honestly think what you're doing isn't giving them more shit to throw at someone you may or may not consider to be 'ugly'? That's so harmful.

Honestly, people like this man are the reason people get depressed or feel like they're not good enough, or like they're less than their peers. This man is one reason why teenagers, or even adults, or kids, get eating disorders.
He seems, to me, like he'd be a shitty father, and as far as I know, he's never reproduced. GOOD. Any kids that moron would have raised would have ADDED to the bullying in America, just like he is.

Also, what you consider to be good looking may not be the same for another person.
By the way, what honestly makes this man fucking think that fat women can't be popular? I went to school where this over-weight asshole was one of the popular girls and she was such a piece of shit. Not because of her weight, but because she thought so highly of herself, it was fucking ridiculous. And that's funny to me because I grew up with her and her small ring of 'cool' kids and they talk shit about their own 'friends' all the god damn time. Now, that may not be the case for all cool kids in america but it was the case at my high school.
There are cool kids who are fat or over-weight all over the god damn world. The standard this guy's creating for the people he considers cool or attractive is demanding and limiting.

By the way, Mike, you certainly do have a lot of fucking nerve to be saying that 'ugly' people shouldn't wear your clothes when you look like a Caucasian orc from lord of the rings. Seriously he looks like he got quite a bit of work done to make his face look tighter.

Who the hell even wears Abercrombie & fitch stuff anymore? The last time I saw anybody irl wearing abercrombie & fitch was like.. when I was in middle school.

And not all cool people are good looking. 

I honestly feel like his interest in appealing to the 'cool' kids is because he probably wasn't a cool kid. And if he was, he seems like he'd be that 'pretty-boy' jock who gave everyone except people he considered attractive a hard time. (Lol, guess those pretty boy days are over, huh? Well, that is, if they were ever there in the first place.)

EDIT: tumblr user 10000bc made a post suggesting:
"since abercrombie & fitch destroys its unsold clothes and wont donate bc poor people wearing their clothes gives them a bad image i say everyone should donate as much abercrombie and fitch brand clothing that you have to homeless shelters so you can simultaneously piss off a shitty company and help those in need"
Personally, I think this is a great idea! Please do this.


  1. The not so cool ceo...

  2. I don't think they should be FORCED to make clothes for larger women. But customers who find this offensive should not buy anything there either: clothes, accessories, gift cards, or anything else. If he were smart, he would have said, "that's not our target market" and left it at that instead of sticking his foot in his mouth. Plus it's ironic that he's talking about cool kids (which he isn't) and good looking (which he isn't).

    Your Lord of the Rings orc comparison is right on. When I Googled "orc face" (which brought me here), I thought he was the actual actor out of makeup. Surprise, lol.