There Are Tiers To Offensiveness

I'm trying to figure out if this Denim & Supply hoodie is wild offensive or not. See, there are tiers to offensiveness, such as "super offensive," which is just one tier lower than "wild offensive". Anyway, congrats to Ralph because this shit is wild offensive. I mean, can someone at the Polo empire describe the design process that led to a PacSun camo hoodie inexplicably emblazoned with images of Native Americans on it? And, adding insult to injury, they were like, "Let’s throw one of a buffalo on the back." BECAUSE IT’S NOT BAD ENOUGH THAT WE’RE CO-OPTING YOUR CULTURE. WE NEED TO REMIND YOU OF HOW WE PRETTY MUCH MURDERED EVERYTHING ABOUT YOU INTO EXTINCTION INCLUDING A SACRED AND BEAUTIFUL ANIMAL THAT ONLY EXISTS ON THIS CONTINENT.

  • nigger grave digger

    dude you just will not cool it with the social justice
    it would be racist if the hoodie had an obese alcoholic redskin printed on it

  • MONKEYBALLS

    YO JON MOY, SHUT THE F**K UP!

    NO ONE CARES THAT YOUR LAZY ASS IS OFFENDED BY THIS!

  • WAVY

    Is it Ralph?

  • freedonutsfresh

    Get out of here with this bullshit

  • freedonutsfresh

    the article not the sweatshirt. Love You Ralph

  • btz

    I mean, I guess I can understand wanting to be offended. But you don’t really even go into it. What even offends you about this, honestly? You say because Ralph is co-opting culture but that is just too fucking EASY. Does it strike you that the camo and Native Americans together might have some sort of meaning when juxtaposed together like this, did you even bother thinking? Or are you just jumping on this social justice bandwagon? This isn’t Tumblr, bruh.
    By the way not saying I like this or anything. It IS ugly, and that’s what offends me about it.

  • camo

    who cares?!?!! it’s just cool-