Mark Zuckerberg, when he’s not testifying before Congress, famously always wears the same t-shirt. He has plenty of them. That way he doesn’t have to think about what he’s going to wear that day, and can focus all his thinking on Facebook. Or so the story goes.
Kevin Smith, the writer/director of movies like Clerks and Chasing Amy, almost always wears a hockey jersey. So that’s what’s on his drivers license.
And TSA document checkers makes fun of him for it at the airport.
Naturally, I’m wearing one of my jerseys in my driver’s license photo. So whenever I have to produce identification at the airport, 4 times out of 10, the @TSA agent will look at my license, then stare at me for a second or two before saying “You’re still wearing the same shirt.” pic.twitter.com/uxLT6Hrch8
— KevinSmith (@ThatKevinSmith) April 18, 2018
You know who else always wears the same thing all the time? Cartoon characters.
Smith always wears the jersey, of course, unless he’s dressed as Silent Bob.
He’s had altercations with Southwest Airlines in the past as well over their passenger of size policy — requiring large passengers to buy two seats, but refunding the second one if the flight isn’t full. He even vowed never to fly Southwest again, a promise he kept for no more than a year. Since his heart attack this year though he’s lost quite a bit of weight.