Man Only Buys Products Made Right Here In The USA By Cheap Immigrant Labor
DANVILLE, KY—Saying that he doesn’t want any of “that crap made in foreign countries,” local man Doug Adelwright, 47, confirmed Tuesday that he only buys products manufactured right here in the United States by underpaid immigrant laborers. “I always buy American, because I believe in supporting businesses that don’t move their factories overseas and instead employ illegal migrant workers to make things here at home,” said Adelwright, adding that you’ll never see a “made in Bangladesh” tag inside any of his shirts, because his clothes are made exclusively under U.S. sweatshop conditions.
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Man Only Buys Products Made Right Here In The USA By Cheap Immigrant Labor

DANVILLE, KY—Saying that he doesn’t want any of “that crap made in foreign countries,” local man Doug Adelwright, 47, confirmed Tuesday that he only buys products manufactured right here in the United States by underpaid immigrant laborers. “I always buy American, because I believe in supporting businesses that don’t move their factories overseas and instead employ illegal migrant workers to make things here at home,” said Adelwright, adding that you’ll never see a “made in Bangladesh” tag inside any of his shirts, because his clothes are made exclusively under U.S. sweatshop conditions.

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The Onion: Report: Some Shirts Good, Other Shirts Not Good
A report released Thursday by the Brookings Institute confirmed that some shirts are good and other shirts are not good.
The research, conducted over a 10-year period, concluded that the average American has five to seven good shirts, and eight or more not-good shirts. Good shirts, the report confirmed, typically have collars on them.

The Onion: Report: Some Shirts Good, Other Shirts Not Good

A report released Thursday by the Brookings Institute confirmed that some shirts are good and other shirts are not good.

The research, conducted over a 10-year period, concluded that the average American has five to seven good shirts, and eight or more not-good shirts. Good shirts, the report confirmed, typically have collars on them.

The Onion: Man Purchasing Pair of Red Pants Better Be Willing To Put Up Or Shut Up.
The Onion: Johnny Depp Now Completely Made of Scarves & Bracelets

I can post this on Put This On because it is about a hat.

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The Onion’s Lake Dredge Appraisal - Suspicious Hat

“That’s a nice hat you’re wearing.”

GOOD LORD I LOVE LAKE DREDGE APPRAISAL.

The Onion: Mr. Autumn Man Walking Down Street With Cup Of Coffee, Wearing Sweater Over Plaid Collared Shirt

The Onion: Mr. Autumn Man Walking Down Street With Cup Of Coffee, Wearing Sweater Over Plaid Collared Shirt

This week on The Onion’s “Lake Dredge Appraisal,” a pilfered briefcase!

As you know, we here at Put This On are super-passionate about tips & tricks. If you can’t solve problems with a little hacking know-how, then they’re not worth having.

Luckily, our pals at The Onion have a new web series all about hacking your problems away! It’s called Troublehacker, and the first episode takes on a distinctly sartorial problem: what to do if you feet are always getting cut up by broken glass and stuff every time you go outside.