Anyone think it’s interesting how women wore clothing that covered a ton of skin for thousands of years, then within the span of, like, a hundred years, it went from that to wearing as little clothing as possible?

I’m no prude—hell, I’m just in a towel right now—but I find it fascinating on a human phycology kind of way.

Also, you can’t convince me that wearing those big hoop dresses in the 1800s were for anything other than stealing stuff and stashing it between your legs until you made it past the food court at the mall.

You can stuff a lot of artisanal candles and skinny jeans in there.