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I am constantly amazed at how much time people will put into making joke items or videos to post online. This has to be a joke, right?
In the off chance that it isn’t, here is my impression: I guess I’m not so suit-averse that I see this as a big improvement over separate shirt/pants/jacket. Getting the fit right would be really challenging. The downsides I see to the Suitsy are: 1) needing a different one for every day of the week (as opposed to wearing the same suit with different shirts twice a week or so); 2) not being able to take off the jacket; 3) having to dry clean the whole thing every time I get a bit sweaty running from my car to the courthouse; and, 4) cutting myself in half if I have to bend over to pick something up off the ground. Number 4 is a big downside.
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