Oh, the humanity. A simple “no” does not even suffice.
— Eric H. (@ericinva) September 5, 2013
Brooks Brothers’ “Buffalo Check” line horrified PJ Media’s Vodkapundit and others on Thursday:
@VodkaPundit I have no words to express the degree of heinousness involved here.
— Daniel Wanke (@danielwanke) September 5, 2013
While he may have been stunned into speechlessness, other Twitter users did not hold back. Take it away, Twitter snarkers!
Brooks Brothers, are you trying to sell me clothing or a dystopian future? <http://t.co/XgWi6UXmV0>
— Kitty Stoholski (@FuzziestKitty) September 5, 2013
— Nick (@TPANick) September 5, 2013
— Pale&Sketchy (@O_meOhMy) September 5, 2013
— Rebecca (@MzRebecca06) September 5, 2013
Seriously, who is responsible for this atrocity?!
— Dan Juliette (@djuliette) September 5, 2013
Hey! That’s an insult to Scotland.
— Mr. ✘ (@GlomarResponder) September 5, 2013
— Dr Hugo Hackenbush (@MangyLover) September 5, 2013
— Angela Morrison (@angiequips) September 5, 2013
@VodkaPundit It should be legal to paintball-hunt fuckers that dress like that. Year-round, day/night, wherever we find them.
— Tom (@BoreGuru) September 5, 2013
— Zaggs (@Zaggs) September 5, 2013
And an excellent exit question:
— Kathleen McKinley (@KatMcKinley) September 5, 2013
Heh. We thought it was the DMV, but Brooks Brothers “Buffalo Check” is clearly now in the running.
FYI, Brooks Brothers offers fashion advice on Twitter:
@BrooksBrothers is it time to pack away the seersucker? What's the rule?
— Gulu⛱ (@SEDubz) September 4, 2013
@GucciBodyBag While the rule states it only be worn between Memorial Day & Labor Day, unusually warm weather may allowably require otherwise
— Brooks Brothers (@BrooksBrothers) September 5, 2013
Dude. Maybe they aren’t really the people to ask. Just saying.