This flannel crept into my brain last week, and I can't get it out. It raised all sorts of questions.
Who would make a bug flannel shirt?
Who would wear a bug flannel shirt?
Is a bug flannel shirt ironic, or just weird?
Where would I wear a bug flannel shirt?
Now I will attempt to answer the aforementioned queries.
The person who makes a bug flannel shirt was looking for spider flannel and had to settle.
The person who wears a bug flannel shirt wants you to ask questions about his or her bug flannel shirt.
The person who wants you to ask questions about his or her bug flannel shirt wants to talk to you about each bug on the shirt without irony.
I would wear a bug flannel shirt to watch "Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom." I get chills when I think about the centipede crawling under Willie's hair when she rescues Indy and Short Round from the spike chamber. (See below.)
Maybe bug flannel would be cute as pillowcases for a kid who's into insects. Or maybe it would be cute for boxers. (Nope. That's just creepy.)