I subscribe to the ‘Presumptive Tag’ which is an online clothes shop with a difference, it chooses and sends me clothes to wear based on the online content I create.
I posted a blog about the Yule Tide festival yesterday and mentioned the winter solstice. Sure enough I received a parcel from ‘Presumptive Tag’ very early this morning. It was the clothes of a pagan and consisted of a green-cloak with sprig of holly sewn onto it. It looked very nice but it didn’t fit me. So I will sent it back.
Previously, I posted a blog about complaining about my energy company. Sure enough I received a parcel from the ‘Presumptive Tag’ the following day. It was a fancy-dress costume in the shape of a book which had the words ‘Blacks Law Dictionary’ on the front of it. It was embellished with fancy tags with phrases written on them like “I do not consent”, and “this is a Common Law jurisdiction”. It felt a bit conspicuous and the costume was so big that I wouldn’t be able to pass through doorways. So I sent it back.
A couple of years ago I posted a pro-Brexit meme on my Facebook page about the benefits of the United Kingdom gaining sovereignty from Brussels. True to form I received a parcel from the ‘Presumptive Tag’ the next day. It was a very smart military uniform which had an armband with a bent-cross logo on it. It came with a small stick-on moustache and a pair of very long and heavy boots. It was too formal for everyday wear and I was looking for something smart-casual. So I sent it back.
I know what you are thinking, why don’t you stop subscribing to the ‘Presumptive Tag’? Well, I don’t think it will change anything. You see whatever online content I create, someone will always send me clothes which they are sure will suit me!