These are too "out there" even for me!
Bob:Some combinations just give me motion sickness. Can't help myself.
like wearing two different shoes
Adam:Two different shoes would be a huge improvement.
I can see I'm going to have to come over there right quick. * shakes head* I'm only surprised at least one isn't wearing Crocs!
mistress maddie:OK, time for a true confession! About 12 years ago, I owned a pair of Crocs. Actually, I owned a pair of Dawgs. And I must admit they were the most comfortable things I ever put on my feet. I am ashamed to say that when they finally wore out, I caved to peer pressure and did not replace them. Admittedly, I see WAY TOO MANY Crocs and their cheap imitations around here! So, yes, it's shocking none of these four wear wearing them.
Good lord, I don't know what to say! The bottom left gentleman looks like he is wearing his pyjama bottoms.Take care Mitchell!Robin
Robin:Those are known as "lounging pants." AKA... pyjama bottoms!
Plaids are so versatile!
Wilma:THAT's the word I was looking for!
I need eye bleach STAT!@maddie - ain't nothing wrong with crocs; squire john gray and I endorse them!
anne marie:I agree with you and John... but keep that just among us!
No words necessary!!
Jim:I've been loosening up over the years, but these required me to take something to settle my stomach.
Enough to give one astigmatism!
Raybeard:That would be a blessing!
There must be an undiagnosed condition afflicting people and we are not aware of the word for it.
Ron:That's the problem. I just can't find that word.
"Vertical lines will make you look thinner... so naturally, if I wear nothing BUT lines, I'm going to look super slim!"
A Beer for the Shower:You know, that does bring up an interesting (to me) thought: If I want to distract from the fact that I haven't shaved, my beard and head need trimming, and I've got huge bags under my eyes, all I have to do is wear one of these get-ups. I can honestly tell you nothing else about these guys.
Pass the eye bleach please.
Debra:Yeah, these were a bit much.
@ Anne Marie and Mitchell....lol,lol,lol. I never had a pair but only endorse them in the garden and not street wear. On the street clogs must be worn. But just saw a interesting article they are in big financial trouble and closing their stores. I swear, I HAD nothing to do with it. *skips away whistling *
mistress maddie:Maybe Dawgs is putting them out of business! (Actually, it's all the cheap knock-offs... as if the originals weren't cheap enough.)
I prefer leather shoes with composite soles, having said that I do have others of manmade fibres which are equally comfortable. Not though rainproof only shower proof at best. Check shirts yes just a few, short pants none, I like my legs covered and the climate that I live in is not generally conducive to short pants.
Heron:Living here, I spend a good part of the year in shorts. I have one subtle plaid pair. The rest are solids. I like shoes that breathe... and sandals. Crocs do not breathe.
I guess at the beach anything goes.
Stephen:I haven't shared the combinations worn onto the beach because, when it comes to matching shirts to bathing suits, I give people a pass. HOWEVER, I do have photos!
A ticking genetic time bomb, you have a colorful future ahead!
Travel:Ha! At least my father was never one for patterns (although he only lived to the age of 60, so lord only knows what might have developed). But, in the '70s, he did have a favorite outfit. A pair of iridescent/electric blue pants topped by an iridescent/electric green shirt. Each hideous on their own. And for some odd reason (no taste?) he thought they were meant to be worn together. I have no idea where he ever got them but my mother gave them away one day -- after a couple of years or more!
Mitch, why don't you include Jerry's head in all those pictures you take of him?*runs away, giggling*
Rozzie:I would, but he won't let me! (Actually, he's already warned ME he won't let me out of the house if I ever dress like this.)
I too am rendered speechless!
Knatolee:And just when I think I've seen it all...
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