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Well how about that! Not unlike what went on in 67/68 in NW England, inasmuch as the mods of the day would scrounge a school tie from whatever girl they dated, as most girls' school had rather nice striped ties as part of their uniform. Basically, the bigger your collection, the longer your list of conquests. I got all mine by sweet-talk, I have to say, but I swore the girls to secrecy.
Did you know... ... that the little loop on the back of your shirt is called a 'locker loop'? It's original purpose was so that Ivy League jocks could hang them up in their lockers, when they were changing for the gym or the sports field, lockers being too narrow for a clothes-hanger.
Which, thank heaven, I don't have.
Thank you for the accolade.Actually, I still wear DMs, but not with my strides rolled up. I wouldn't wear them if the local Style Police (i.e. Miss Mystery) didn't approve.An old guy in braces looks like an old guy in braces. An old guy in a cardigan looks like an old guy in a cardigan. An old guy in a button-down Oxford looks smart.In the town where I live, old guys wear jeans, dirty sneakers, and a nondescript zipper jacket or fleece, usually in dark navy. They look like...
We saw them on sale in the Levis retro shop off Carnaby Street last week.
Well, yesterday was charity shop day, and some rotten bugger had been in, tried on a pair of shoes, walked out wearing them, and left a pair of manky DMs on the shelf instead. Even put the price tag on them!I'm thinking of a plain red surfer jacket, wranglers, and desert bootsre 1 - they were tasty!re 2 - not, as Alexei Sayle would have it, DMs!https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bZy7vEWeTFY
Geoff Boycott eat yer heart out! Another gash photo of the suit. I promise that when I get the trousers altered, I'll post some decent ones.
I didn't realise it was a competition.
Deid richt, the noo!
All I know is they are made in Portugal. Pity they're not on his web site.
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