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I have to laugh when I hear the term 'suedehead' anyway. Round where I used to hang out, 'suedehead' was a short-lived, non-serious term for a very brief stage between the short college-boy haircut and shoulder-length hair. It was never a 'subculture', it wasn't around long enough.I think that Bronco Bullfrog's promoters have just happened to pluck the word out of the air because it was 'current' somewhere around the time of the film's original release (well about 6-9...
"... shouting, clapping, and generally making their presence felt."Quelle horreur!
Well, Wednesday is charity shop day, and... oh, never mind!
A touch 'Joe 90', but stylish.
Wouldn't say you're tall, Gilles. It's just when we look you up-and-down we leave a chalk mark so when we come back from tea-break we can see where we left off.
Oh indeed, point taken.Anyone who knows me will have seen that I have a broad brown strap for my wristwatch. I have had it since about 1975. It is the only strap I have ever had/tried that is comfortable, and it's one small point on which I will gladly sacrifice style for comfort!
Or you can do the best you can with what you've got.
Hey you two - get a reum!
Excuse us, lads - Bela and I have got some in-jokes going on just now. Don't pay us any attention.
I had to model it with what I had on at the time. Actually, the blue of the shirt picks out the blue stripe in the window-pane check.The charity shop in question is Cancer Research UK in PerthI didn't buy the jacket, I'm just modelling it for you. It's still on sale at the shop.
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