35 Times Dresses Looked So Bad They Worth Shaming On This Facebook Group (New Pics)

Earlier, Bored Panda had a wonderful in-depth conversation about the “You Can’t Just Put Fabric Together and Call It a Dress” project with Facebook group founder Mary. She is one of the people who manages the community of nearly 62,000 members of clothing shame.

Previously, she told us all about the history of the subreddit and when she noticed that it was starting to gain more and more popularity on the internet.

“I noticed the band gaining popularity about 6-7 months after I created it, and it honestly came out of nowhere. I didn’t expect it to be such a big band, but honestly , I should have because at the time, shameful groups were a big trend on Facebook,” said Mary, the group’s founder.

“Looking back, I think the thing about shaming groups in general that brings people together and really resonates with them is the idea that there are things so bad out there that they feel compelled to share them with everyone for a good laugh, just like when a bunch of kids at school see a teacher with a really bad tie and crack a few jokes. To me, it’s that same concept, just to a much larger scale, which really makes these groups what they are,” she explained why she feels the Facebook group is so appealing to such a wide range of people.