Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Lumpy 1, Feb 27, 2010.
What happened to the days of women wearing dresses and skirts, I liked those days..
I was really hoping you were using the British definition of pants.
As for the age of dresses that is dying in a Darwinian frenzy of feminism, except in the transvestite community.
There are still many women who enjoy dressing as such. They are to be admired and complimented. Appropriately. Take note, gentlemen. If we do it right, it could become a movement.
All I wear in the spring in summer and early fall are sun dresses or skirts, way more comfortable than pants! (Plus our building has no A/C)
Yes, but where do we hide the construction workers?
On an slightly related, or perhaps unrelated note, I am trying to re-establish the male tradition getting the mail in your underwear.
My father did it and I owe it to his memory.
Don't even ask me what I get up to in my back yard.
I live in jeans and wife beaters, I think I own 30 wife beaters, add flip flops to that and you have my wardrobe. I do have a skirts I wear once in awhile in the summer, but I am not a girlie girl. When I was pregnant I did wear capri's and I think they are called Bermuda shorts, but that was about it. I also had many maternity jeans, which my two pregnant friends are benefiting from now.
I do have a black cocktail dress, which you are always suppose to have, and I have a few dresses but they never get worn unless there is a funeral or a wedding.
VA-Va-Vooooom...Ladies in sun dresses, I hope that catches on..
That's outstanding Echeaux.. Beauty, brains and style.. you got my vote...
(With apologies to construction workers) I'm not sure they'd know the difference. But we will.
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