In one of the best responses to Abercrombie & Fitch's refusal to sell clothing larger than a size 10 because they only want "cool, good-looking people" to wear the brand, Ellen breaks down why the policy is so insane. She's also laugh-out-loud hilarious while taking down the clothing chain that has built its image on having men with six-packs hang out outside their stores.
Here are a few of the highlights (besides "Fitch, please"):
--"There is a size zero, which I don't understand. Zero is nothing."
--"Now they have a double zero. There's a double zero! What are we aspiring to? 'Honey, do these jeans make my butt look invisible?'"
--"Beauty isn't between a size zero and a size eight. It is not a number at all. It is not physical."
--"What you look like on the outside is not what makes you cool -- at all. I had a mullet and I wore parachute pants for a long, long time. And I'm doin' OK."
--"As long as you're healthy and you're happy, that's the most important thing."
Thanks, Ellen, for saying it like no one else could.