I worked construction for one summer.
I stunk at it.
I didn’t like it.
I really figured out that manual labor was not my thing.
I became a therapist.
I sit a lot.
However, I also have a modicum of intelligence regarding working in labor jobs and what seems reasonable.
Now, correct me if I’m wrong, but when one is doing construction that involves massive amounts of concrete, cranes and dangerous objects, I’m thinking camouflage is NOT the suggested work attire.
I have to admit that this dude’s fashion sense if fantastic, even if his survival skills aren’t quite up to par.
At least he is wearing a red helmet.
That might allow him to be spotted before he is crushed by coworkers who can’t see him because he’s hidden by his camouflage outfit.
I really don’t think I’d be wearing camouflage when doing construction.
Then again, since I’m vegetarian and I don’t hunt, I can’t imagine anytime when I would ever actually wear camouflage at all. Scratch that, I’d wear camouflage during the Zombie Apocalypse, but that is it.
But, hey, that’s just me and my survival skills at work.
To each their own.