NJr, less of this would be good:
But we're in agreement on age. Many younger people focus on the affectations they see on TV that don't suit their age and to top it off forget about cut, which makes the whole ensemble look even more faddish and poorly thought-out. I find myself only wearing handkerchiefs casually; in the office, at my age... a little cringey (clarification: I work in a more traditional office, marketeers can turn up in fuchsia onesies without the bat of an eyelid I'm told).
Flamingos like to stand on one leg in the water - though at times on land as well - because it reduces the surface area of their body that is in contact with water and reduces the rate at which they lose body heat, water being a very effective conductor relative to air or earth.
Next week we explore why zebras have black and white stripes when they live on the savannah and not a chess board.
I have a question about handkerchiefs ("pocket squares" - question within a question: is there a difference?): you get those ones in a heavier silk and fold more stiffly... does anyone think those are a bit naff/cheap looking or do you think there are circumstances when they're a better choice than a finer silk?