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Gals of Ireland -- stop trying on clothes when you're wearing fake tan


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GALS, DOES THIS situation sound familiar to you?

You’re out shopping and you spot a nice dress/top/blouse. You scan the rail, find your size and rejoice… until you spot something that’s a little off.

Is that… is that… is that fake tan?

Yes, someone tried it on before you and got fake tan/bronzer all over it.

Not only have they ruined a perfectly good garment, but they’ve just put it back on the rail like nothing happened. The wagons.

*sheds tear*

That feeling you’re experiencing? Unbridled rage.



But worse than gals getting fake tan all over the clothes is the fact that shops continue to stock them.

Confused Thaddeus Source: Imgur


Do you honestly think that we’re going to buy them?

In short, this will never, ever, ever be acceptable and it needs to stop.

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Amy O'Connor

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