In this day and age of a million dizzying choices for everything from coffee to cars, it comes as no surprise that retailers such as Old Navy no longer sell regular old T-shirts. You can get the "classic fit", "favorite fit", "stretch fit", "relaxed fit", "seamless fit" and, shown here, the "tiny fit". Okay, I guess that the "tiny fit" is a tight little t-shirt that looks, well, tiny on the person wearing it. And, let's be honest. Nobody above a size small should be wearing the "tiny fit". So, why does the "tiny fit" come in XL? There is nothing tiny about XL. What XL person would even want a "tiny fit"? One could argue that maybe a regular medium person might buy the "tiny fit" in XL because it would probably work out to being a medium, but why wouldn't they just buy a regular medium shirt instead? Who is the "tiny fit" XL marketed to? Loyal readers, I ask you.