This is your dress. You wear it all the time. Here are some of the places you wear your dress: funerals, Viking funerals, homecoming dances, ballroom dances, McDonald’s, keynote speeches at pharmaceutical industry conferences, speed dating events, laser tag courses, Costco, your stepson’s baseball game, post-trial press conferences, a Nickelback concert, downtown Los Angeles, a screening of the new Spy Kids movie, dog laundromat, Ruby Tuesday’s, a local high school’s production of Les Miserables, bingo hall, bumper bowling, your parents’ renewing of their vows ceremony, Red Bull-sponsored pool parties, a new raw food movement restaurant on the other side of town, Florida, Jimmy Pesto’s, the hospital when you give birth to your daughter, the morgue to identify a body, Kroger, horse carriage ride and/or hayride, the 12th Annual Gathering of the Juggalos, a MySpace shareholders meeting, scrapbooking club, on a camping trip with your three best friends from high school that you still care about but have lost touch with over the years, to the Jersey Shore house when you get picked up at the club by Pauly, self-defense class, the public library bathroom. Everywhere, really. I mean, it’s your dress. You love it. (Via Filmdrunk.)

Comments (34)
  1. Am I the only one that thinks they missed an opportunity by not making his eyes a little higher up?

  2. Whenever you wear your dress people are all that dress looks familiar, where have I seen it before, and you hope they saw it in The Big Lebowski or Reservoir Dogs and not an Adam Sandler movie

  3. I imagine that would be more effective rape prevention than peper spray.

  4. Recommended way to dispose of the dress:

  5. That dress goes great with my Stephen Tobolowsky belt.

  6. That IS my dress, I WOULD wear it all the time, and I am a fully (well mostly) male-identified dude. I just love Fargo THAT MUCH.

  7. You don’t find the dress, the dress will find you.

  8. Oh my God do you even KNOW how banged you would get if you wore that dress to a Nickelback concert? They’d be all “LOOK AT THIS PHOTOGRAPH” and you’d be all like “SERIOUSLY LOOK AT THIS BUSCEMI PHOTOGRAPH”

  9. Presented without commentary:

    • “Hey, so what’s the dress code for this party tonight?”
      “Oh, probably pretty casual. It’s not a big thing”
      “Well, I wanted to wear my hot new Beyonce (is that Beyonce?) outfit.”
      “Dude, you totally should! I mean, it’s not THAT casual. You won’t look overdressed, I promise.”
      “Yeah, you’re right! Nobody ever had a problem with someone looking TOO good!”
      Case closed.

  10. This is funny for everyone but me, because my brain is disturbed and I’ve been infatuated with Buscemi since elementary school. No, I don’t know how/ why/ what. It is my truth, I still insist Ghost World stole my idea (and my heart), and I want that dress so bad even though it’s probably a zillion dollars sad face.

  11. Good pose. Good facial expression. Good synergy between tone and wardrobe. Good good good.

  12. You know, if the Steve Buscemi dress is out of your price range, you can always opt for the Sean Whalen dress.

  13. i actually saw a really good performance of les miserables at my local high school.
    i really wish i had worn my steve buscemi dress that night.

  14. I honestly think that this is awesome. No sarcasmo. The only thing that could make this better is if it was Clint Eastwood instead of Buscemi.

  15. I hate most people’s faces to the point where I lose control, but I’m ok with this dress.


    I tide fashion Good-looking, not expensive Free transport

  17. You guys. I really want this dress. If someone buys me this dress I promise to wear it all the time.

  18. I wouldn’t be caught dead at Jimmy Pesto’s

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