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difference between old and young

Posted by sam0ny4b 4b (My Page) on
Fri, Jun 6, 08 at 1:06


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RE: difference between old and young

Just wanted to share this for comedy relief.

RE: difference between old and young

I love it.


RE: difference between old and young

  • Posted by hoovb z9 Southern CA (My Page) on
    Sat, Jun 7, 08 at 21:21

In a few years, the styles will switch and they will be the opposite. :)

RE: difference between old and young

Maybe they want to grow up to be refrigerator repair men...

RE: difference between old and young

funny harry !
yes they can not be plumbers.

RE: difference between old and young

So tell me, I really need to know this. It this sagging trend just a California phenomenon or is it all over? I always tell myself that we are the most awful dressers here in CA. Those big huge shorts and shirts, XXXL size for skinny guys and fat alike--are they the rage elsewhere?
Kathy, just wondering

RE: difference between old and young

This is all over the East Coast too; saw this in Harlem, NY when I worked there back in the nineties.

Funny, back in the fifties when I went into NY (I always liked to dress casual)I loved to stand on the street and just watch all the people walking to work, the men in their suits and ties with shiny shoes, hair neatly trimmed, the women with their hair neatly styled, wearing dresses (nothing is more flattering to see a skirt go back and forth as a woman walks), heels, stockings, and carrying a handbag and sometimes wearing a hat. Oh those were beautiful things to watch in those days- even today in the ads the girls- they aren't even women- have such slinky poses and look like they work on the street and the children, but since when are children children anymore- they dress and are taught to act like miniature adults.
The times they are a changing and not always for the better.

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