A Japanese clothing brand offers garments that come in an unusually named size: "Fat."

The actual brand name isn't revealed, and apparently it's not entirely uncommon for sizes outside of S, M, L, XL, etc. to exist in Japan. One writer explains how he once bought a shirt in size "LA," which stood for "Large Athletic" and was cut for someone with wide shoulders and a slim waist.

But that flattering size description is pretty much the opposite of a would-be-wearer picking up a shirt, finding it to fit perfectly, and then checking the price tag to peep the cost, only to see "SIZE: FAT" emblazoned across it. Only one reaction to have:

[via Rocket News]