Commerce is a human-created ecology, mutating over time to fit niches. Even absurd niches.
Possibly because I don’t like mayonnaise, I see no reason for tiny 1.8 ounce glass jars of mayonnaise, though the Dijon mustard tempted me.
Janis Ian has a wonderful song, Play Like a Girl, that states emphatically yes, girls should play like girls, and that is just fine.
This shirt, promoting (if commercially) breast cancer awareness month, also points out that girls must fight like girls, too. It is a gender-specific battle, but a battle for humanity.
On the other hand, purple crab cheese balls are probably banned by several international treaties on cruel and unusual weaponry:
Back on the clothing front, who can resist this culturally deaf offering from Nordstrom?
Or this limited edition, mass-produced, hermetically sealed, gluten-free, artisan-produced, non-genetically modified organism potato chips made with sunflower oil using a time-honored frying process dating back to 1999:
To be honest, the chips (or “crisps,” as Brits might call them) were very good.
Back on the Nordie clothing front, if you can’t get into an Ivy League school, you can have your revenge by wearing a school-style sweatshirt honoring a bitter member of the cabbage family.
Finally, a Christmas tree with a star on the top and a snowman with top hat: