Did you know that the Coca-Cola contour bottle is often referred to as the “hobble-skirt” design?
That’s based on its resemblance to a dress from the early 1900s. The dress was so narrow below the knees that it restricted normal movement -- causing a woman wearing the skirt to hobble when walking.
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