At first sight, this was horrible. But now I can't decide if it is growing on me. On the whole I don't think it is. I initially described it as "the stuff of Mr T's nightmares" and I think that it's a sentiment that not only can we all get behind but that it truly deserves.
I only really got a quick look at the picture today at work because I wasn't even stealth interneting but so busy that I didn't have the time to investigate this fully. I have now had time to fully appraise said item and I think my favourite part is the fact it is described as an "oversized conversational piece". I don't know about you but not even my most expensive Tatty Devine Dinosaur necklace is conversational. He is mute. I cajole him and attempt polite banter but he remains silent, like Charlie Chaplin. I feel it is quite unfortunate that I'm missing out on such a phenomena. Do you think it's aware of its size problem or is it oblivious because it has never known any different? Is it sad at ASOS's size-ist description? Is it likely that if I purchased it at some point I'd have to have the Difficult Conversation which inevitably follows the question, "Why am I much bigger than all the other boys and girls my age?"