Summer is here and shorts will always be the way to go.Palesa posted her men / women trousers and captioned the photo "Support Local Businesses". However, the trousers have a very unusual design. They are made up of meat patterns such as pizza, noodles, macaroni, steak, wors and beans. Pure lunatic. Who would dare to walk around all day wearing a macaroni shaped trousers, they literally look like they smell like these types of raw food.
People shared there views and opinions regarding these clothes via the comments section. Some said they look very nice, while specific hip hop lovers were convinced that Kanye "Ye" West would buy these in seconds.
It is important to state though, that I as the writer is convinced that this is a type of metaphor or analogical representation of the real "Local sellers" and they type of quality they provide to people while begging then to support their business. So these may not be real.
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