Question of the day

Our last question asked: According to the Wall Street Journal, relationships are being tested by the persistence of what 1990s fashion item? Those would be cargo shorts. According to the Journal: "Men who love them say they’re comfortable and practical for summer. Detractors​ say they’ve been out of style for years, deriding them as bulky, uncool and just flat-out ugly." Here's what happened when a group of girls tried to wear them for a week.

Congrats to TIME's Raisa Bruner (at right) for being the very first to answer that correctly (and for phrasing it "IT'S NOT YOU, IT'S THE CARGO SHORTS")! Honorable mentions go out to Charlie Meyerson (who adds "Sorry, but you'll have to pry my hot dead hands out of mine"), Laura Kath (who calls it "a '90s 'fashion' trend that should have stayed there!"), Craig Pittman (who proudly admits "A PAIR OF WHICH I AM CURRENTLY WEARING"), Merredith (who hopefully adds "And soon to be followed by Man-Pris"), Ron CasalottiMark Gibbs (who notes "in other words, they're a novel form of contraception"), Angela BetancourtM_Heschmeyer (who confesses, "I only know because I wear them: cargo shorts"), Carrie GrayAllison ReidBecky Yerak (who wonders "But are they OK for women to wear? One advantage to being a woman is being able to dress more creatively"), and Waterfield Designs for all getting that right, as well. Shout out to Natalie Tindall for guessing "scrunchies," which we have to admit is an equally odious fashion invention.

As for today's question, here it is: Speaking of the Wall Street Journal, they've updated their policy to allow the printing of what?

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