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By now, many of us know about Abercrombie & Fitch CEO Mike Jeffries. We also know how he recently revealed to the world that he's a superficial, elitist douchewad:

"Are we exclusionary? Absolutely. Those companies that are in trouble are trying to target everybody: young, old, fat, skinny. But then you become totally vanilla. You don't alienate anybody, but you don't excite anybody, either."

Basically, Mike Jeffries thinks only hot, young, ripped, modelesque people should wear A&F clothes. Bad move, Mikey.

In light of Jeffries' exclusionary-and-proud views, Youtubers Greg Karber, James DeLorean and Daniel Lisi decided to take to the streets and give A&F a little brand readjustment... by giving out A&F clothes to the homeless.

That's right, welcome to hobo chic, Mike Jeffries! Enjoy being an awful human being!

Thanks to Karber, DeLorean and Lisi, #FitchTheHomeless is trending on Twitter. Well done, dudes.

Sonny Truyen used rage. It's not very effective...

The hype for Pokémon GO is very real and people are losing their jobs over it. Sonny Truyen, an Australian who just started working at Singapore property site 99.co as the vice president of digital marketing, has been fired for posting an angry rant about not having Pokémon GO yet.

Sonny got into a spat with a Singaporean named Adelene Kong, which started when Sonny called Singapore a "sh*t country."

h/t Mashable

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