Vintage sewing patterns, like so much of fashion, often feature very strangely posed models engaged in inexplicable behaviors and interactions. Well, someone has finally collected a bunch of spectacular examples and slapped captions on 'em, speculating about what's really going on.

The result is the Tumblr McCalls Pattern Behavior, by Natalie Kossar, and it is very funny. (h/t Bustle and everyone else on the Internet.) For instance:

Check it out. Just don't blame me if you decide hey actually I maybe do need a closet full of handmade vintage aprons or something.

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