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Sure, you can get spray-on clothes... you can even get
up suits and you can wear leather if that's your thing.
Animal Clothes are a bit different. First, we layer you in
cool, fitting layer of wicking fabric, then spray on a
breathable fibre coat of leather fibre, with a sticky outer
surface. Then we carefully "flock" the entire suit with
hair of your choosing. Lastly, we carefully cut the suit
you and sew in concealed zippers, so you can re-use the
Hair and substrate fibre harvested from sustainable
sources will allow you to select a leopard pattern (for
cougars); tiger pattern (for middle-aged, Chinese
businessmen); hippopotamus (for the ahem! physically
ample) and so on.
Get back to nature and surprise everyone at work, on
Yes, we can build in forming and support areas, for
those not so sure they'd look too good as a bulgy,
overweight, Ring-tailed Lemur.
ok, let's see who can get their photo on the RSPCA dartboard first....
...Actual chameleon suit [not_morrison_rm, Apr 25 2012]
Rings? Stripes!!! But I digress.
||"Hair and substrate fibre harvested from sustainable sources... tiger pattern.." I'm not entirely sure that will go down too well with off-shored dollar a day workforce, or with the tiger for that matter.
||"Some animals were (dyed) in the making of this
||The hippopotamus isn't a particularly hairy animal. Nor are elephants and dolphins. Wooly Mammoths, OK.
||If [UB] wore a 3-toed Sloth coat, would anyone notice
||No-one's noticed anything unusual about you in your
Yak suit, have they, [8th]?
||We would be very selective about hair placement, if
you wanted a hippo suit, [Vernon].
||You'd better check with [hippo] first
||I still think creeping up on a tiger with some clippers, going "here kitty, kitty, kitty" is unlikely to work no matter what size of fish you are waving about..