A genius of disguise. British woman dressed in the color of the carpet and accidentally launched a new flashmob
Fashion fails happen to many.
British journalist Ilona Burton tweeted his “sorrow”. Arriving at the office in a new dress, she found that the color exactly matches the color of the carpet in the drafting room. Without thinking, she lay on the floor and took a photo of that and post it in the social network as evidence.
When you come into work dressed as the carpet. I am MORTIFIED. pic.twitter.com/WIIivBslY2
— ilona burton (@ilonacatherine) June 6, 2018
When you come to work dressed as a carpet. I’m dying.
But it turned out that many users fall into exactly the same situation. First, in the comments, people described the benefits of “merge” with the surrounding world, and then they began to share their “camouflage” photo. They were so many that post the Brits quickly turned into a new mob.
You’re not alone pic.twitter.com/eG5rjytcIf
— Adriana Vecchioli (@AdrianaVecc) June 7, 2018
You’re not alone.
I did this too! pic.twitter.com/Bzl7HXcIib
— Hannah Barker (@HistoryHannahB) June 7, 2018
I did it too.
Ahh, takes me right back to that day I went to work dressed as a mug… pic.twitter.com/4keqJ2yUWh
— Kat Harrison-Dibbits (@katdibbits) June 6, 2018
This brings me back to that day when I came to work dressed in the colour of the mug.
Ah, yes, I have been here, but as an Air BnB”s wallpaper. pic.twitter.com/FBqEfeSBY1
— Burnessie (@charliejburness) June 7, 2018
Yes, I was here, but as a Wallpaper.
dressed like the sodding train pic.twitter.com/EXIo2xUieD
— Mollie Goodfellow (@hansmollman) April 7, 2018
I dressed as the goddamn train.
My kid’s Sheffield’at The Crucible Theatre pic.twitter.com/9wsa2SyJAM
— CandyKane (@mrsclairemorley) June 7, 2018
My daughter is in The Crucible theatre in Sheffield
@jackseale when you go to a bar dressed as the floor pic.twitter.com/BRxKx0GCuG
— Sharon Horgan (@SharonHorgan) June 7, 2018
When you come to the bar dressed like the floor.
When you go to a breast cancer meet-up dressed as the bar wallpaper… pic.twitter.com/hzjEIUPQB7
— The Joy of Bex ? in my butt? (@debecca) June 6, 2018
When you come to support group meeting the breast cancer dressed like a wall.
I feel your pain ?! Always good to blend in with the furnishings ? pic.twitter.com/bkK38PwQq2
— Alison Jones (@Jones2Alison) June 7, 2018
I feel your pain. It’s always nice to blend in with the furniture.
This is surprisingly very relatable pic.twitter.com/SF6cxt5j8e
— Em (@gingeremma95) June 7, 2018
It’s remarkably similar.
At least it was only my feet pic.twitter.com/wdQHRGReCN
— Aled Thomas (@AledThomas99) June 7, 2018
At least it’s only my legs.