As I keep telling people here - shirts made from a gingham table cloth stolen from a cheap italian cafe is NOT DRESS SHIRT. Can be worn with jeans at weekend if you must.
Quality song, but I think you posted a lot of shit in the wrong thread.
Not sure what got into my membrane to mispost things here when I had posted others prior in the correct thread.Thruth is drunk and/or stoned and listening to YouTube
jesus they are bad enough with jeans or chinos for BBQ. But a wedding. If you're not careful your country will end up looking worse than Australians. Or vice versa.So apparently these are a thing now. I saw two dudes in these at the wedding I was at last night. It was all I could do not to take then out back and beat them with a rubber hose.
A lot of them in my neck of the woods, one only feels pity, you should be reaching escape velocity from all that at that age. Did they extend the single good times too long, or just abandon all reason for a second chance at a family, only this time to get it right?.....50 year old dads with 1 year old kid....
Not quite the cod-Alligator shoes that the Dutch adore in tan, but getting there. So I wager part of the Dutch diaspora, with the zebra themed motif on the first shoes, perchance they're South Africans?So I've been running into the same gigantic ginger in airports this last week. Turns out he is buddy to the Lady Boot Man with Bad Denim I posted in WAYWT.
He wears a black overcoat and cowboy boots which are hideous with up-turned toes.
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No detectable accents. Canadians or Americans methinks. Probably Canadian based on where they were flying to/fromNot quite the cod-Alligator shoes that the Dutch adore in tan, but getting there. So I wager part of the Dutch diaspora, with the zebra themed motif on the first shoes, perchance they're South Africans?