Camouflage cam.ou.flage [kam-uh-flahzh]
So what we’ve learned from these definitions provided to us by Merriam-Webster.com is pretty much what we thought. Camouflage is used to hide something and make it blend into the back ground. The key is making sure it matches the background in which you wish to blend. Camouflage, my friends, is not a magic wand.
I think sometimes people get confused by the differences between the noun, verb, and adjective forms of this word. The wearing of camouflage (adjective) clothing does not magically invoke the verb camouflage (to disguise) to take effect.
So, despite the fact that you wore camouflage pants,
I can still see your ass.
Thank you, People of Wal~Mart.