STRTLRS's picture
1607 pencils

These are weird for an iron. First of all, leaving a mark is not a desirable thing when ironing clothes. Secondly the garment depicted on this specific one is a sport shirt which is typically made of lycra or something synthetic that requires no ironing. Thirdly, wrinkles are in!


I think, therefore... yeah.

David Hasselblad's picture
David Hasselblad
120 pencils

It think the overall idea is a bit complicated but not bad. "you look better if your clothes are ironed". People will probably get that.

But who the f•ck irons their t-shirts?

NatalieM's picture
1685 pencils

Why is the word "Homely" in with the positive adjectives? Homely literally means the opposite of good looking.

Kimber's picture
12 pencils

Homely in the UK means good Homey feeling, so perhaps in Canada it means something else as well?

mith85's picture
242 pencils

I was indeed going for the neat/clean/domestic ("homey" if you will) approach with that one, but thanks for the catch Natalie.

Thanks for all the comments and feedback so far!

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