The least important thing this guy has to deal with in his life is not getting that t-shirt back.
The most important thing? The fact that the cat is clearly trying to hypnotize him back into bed. Creepy.
T-shirt maker ads confuse me. I can honestly say that I have never given even a single second's thought to who makes my t-shirt. While I have t-shirts I like (my long-lost Green Lantern t-shirt which is irreplaceable...*tears up*), I could not name a t-shirt manufacturer except for Hanes and that's only because they featured Black Hitler in one of their commercials:
Which brings up an important point: Is it mustache? Or moustache? Because it's Saturday morning and I think I've got low blood sugar, I will investigate for you.
Done. The Grammarist says:
Mustache is the U.S. spelling of the word referring to hair on the upper lip. Moustache is the preferred spelling in all major varieties of English other than American English. Mustachiowas originally a variant of mustache, but it now usually refers to an especially luxuriantmustache. The past-participle adjectives corresponding to these words are mustached,moustached, and mustachioed.
You know what freaked me out the most about that? In order:
1. The fact that there are past-participle adjectives.
2. The fact that some people know what those are.
Why do we bother naming the types of words we use? Think about that for a while. Why do verbs have to have a name?
Man, now I'm not going to sleep at all tonight.
UPDATE BASED ON PT DILLOWAY'S COMMENT:
So what are we supposed to make of that? That the pig is a person? Because that commercial where he goes to the restaurant makes pretty clear that (A) he is a pig and (B) in the world in which he lives, we EAT pigs.
I am really confused.