I remember my first sweat suit, it was a Ninja Turtle two piece. I wore it the first day of my elementary school career and most casual Fridays every month after. Leonardo sat in the middle of the sweatshirt, cutting a slice a pizza for himself with a sword (or for one of the other three turtles, since Leo worked in the team leader capacity). If it was an illustration of Raphael, we would know it would be just for him, he was the selfish one. The main Turtle logo was branded down the right leg with a big, bold, T-U-R-T-L-E. This would be my introduction to athletic wear. Don't worry, this will have nothing to do with the story at the end, besides the fact I wear clothing.
I spent a lot of time in high school skateboarding. I think a lot of people at the time had a certain idea what skateboarding culture was perceived to "be" or to "look like". Confusion was to be found on faces of spectators witnessing my friends and I skating in velour track suits. We received our fashion inspirations from our favorite rappers at the time and that didn't change once we stepped on the board.
It's one hundred and four degrees out and I'm in my favorite place in the world, under my covers with the air conditioning on. Come to think of it, it is getting pretty cold. I might have to get up and put a sweatshirt on. Netflix is on too (on my computer, it doesn't come in clothing form yet but you heard it here first folks) let's say I'm watching Stranger Things so you can relate. I order some ice cream off of Uber Eats and fall asleep. I dream of what the final form of the ice cream will look like once it gets here.