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April 25, 2017


...the world proves you wrong.

(Thanks to Le Petomane and Bill Hudgins)


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But you get free shipping.

"As seen on The Kardashians" ?

$425.00 .... I hope those are Dominican Pesos and not American Dollars.

If it's RD$ 425 then it's US $8.97, which might still be a little toomuch.

For women.

"... a crackled, caked-on muddy coating that shows you're not afraid to get down and dirty."

Eau de Drainfield accessory fragrance sold separately.

As the talk show host said about this earlier today, "My wardrobe must be wort $40,000 or $50,000 now..."

So after I work in my garden, I'm a fashion trend ?

If those had factory holes in the knees, easily five and a quarter.

Would Miss Manners approve of these for evening wear?

Miss Manners approves of these being chucked in the bin forthwith.

Darn! I must of have thrown away one or two thousand dollars because my jean were too 'disgusting' to wear in public.

I'll have to as the jean genie for a pair of these.

(And why is a single set of pants always called a "pair"?)

Classy. Goes well with a nice Cabrini. And a sandbox.

Pants (pantaloons) were originally two like things. You put them on one leg at a time because they actually came in two pieces. You put on one leg, tied it around your waist, then put on the other. From the beginning, about the 16th Century, pants have been referred to as a pair.

Are they machine washable?

I call this "my $60 Levis after working in the garden on Saturday". And I remember when a pair of Levis cost only $6.00. Damn, I'm old.

Grunge' s (so the dirt don't show) goes with most make-up!

*Sends the Geezer Bus to pick up Elf Odin*
I wonder if that crazy bunch at Nordstrom's meant to put a decimal point between the 4 and the 2? I still wouldn't pay $4.25 for them. If you donated these to the Salvation Army they'd probably hand them back and tell you they aren't that desperate. Even homeless people have limits.

Made in Portugal

Pre-worn everywhere else

"No one ever went broke underestimating the intelligence of the American public." H.L. Mencken.

But with the free shipping, it's really a great deal.

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