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Bad European Fashion February 19, 2010

Posted by Lipstick in Crime, Fashion, Travel.
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The Euros have embraced a few fashion trends that caught my eye while over there.  First, the “half your jeans are bleached” look, like this:

Another popular favorite is the “cropped pants for guys”:

But the kids are cute.  (Run, little one, run from your future wardrobe!):

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1. kevlarchick - February 19, 2010

I thought all the little kids were gypsy pickpockets?

2. Tushar - February 19, 2010

Whatever good that could come out of Europe came to America over the last few centuries. Nothing good can come out of Europe anymore.

3. Mrs. Peel - February 19, 2010

I’ve always hated the stupid things people do to their jeans. Paying $400 for a pair that’s ripped to shreds is even dumber.

4. Michael - February 19, 2010

Nothing good can come out of Europe anymore.

Let’s be fair, Tushar. That first pic shows a pretty good ass in my book.

5. Dave in Texas - February 19, 2010

Capri jeans for men?

I guess you don’t need room for balls anymore.

6. Michael - February 19, 2010

I guess you don’t need room for balls anymore.

Fertility rates in Europe are dependent on Muslim minorities. The native populations are dying out. Mullah Ali Khameini in Iran has correctly predicted that Europe will be Islamic, probably within our lifetimes. They are not assimilating their minorities, as America historically has done. They are going Islamic.

America is in much better shape. Our native fertility rate is below the replacement rate, but not by as much as Europe. We get a lot of support from Hispanic immigration and fertility, and they are relatively nonthreatening from a cultural standpoint, compared to Muslims demanding a return to Sharia law, the absolute subjugation of women, and feudalism.

Japan is a goner, from a demographic perspective. Their only chance now for avoiding the bankruptcy of their aging and numerically declining nation is to throw the doors open to immigration from Korea, Taiwan, China, anywhere. Culturally, they are incapable of doing this. They’re dead as a major nation.

7. Muslihoon - February 20, 2010

Michael: Were you referring to Grand Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Hosseyni Khamene’i? “Khameini” looks/sounds a lot like “Khomeini” (خومينى) who Khamene’i (خامنه اى) is not.

I rarely if ever use the term “mullah”. “Mullah” (ملا) is a Persian-Urdu corruption of the Arabic “mowla” (مولا) which means “master, protector, patron, lord.” Jesus is my Lord, so I don’t call any of them “mullah.” I prefer the term “‘aalim” (عالم) which means, roughly, “scholar.” (The plural is “‘ulema” (علماء), which term is often used to describe all clerics as a group.)

8. Muslihoon - February 20, 2010

By the way, if one were to call Ayatollah Khamene’i “‘alim,” it would be considered a great insult, as “‘alim” is one of the lower ranks of the Shiite clerical hierarchy. Just sayin’.😉

9. kevlarchick - February 20, 2010

Kind of like calling Michael “site administrator?”

10. Cathy - February 20, 2010

Kind of like calling Michael “site administrator?”

*pictures Michael in bat cave, feet up and proudly grinning*

11. Lipstick - February 20, 2010

Ha, guys, remember that some people are Grammar Nazis:

12. TXMarko - February 20, 2010

The cuts on those pants legs look fresh. Couldn’t he at least have washed them a few times before wearing them in public?

People pay $400 for stressed jeans? I have discovered that my Wally World purchased Wranglers will develop holes and fade nicely if worn and washed enough.

13. TXMarko - February 20, 2010

Ignore my first paragraph above. I posted before I zoomed.

I hate when that happens…

14. Michael - February 20, 2010

I posted before I zoomed.

Heh. Let’s all sneer at TXMarko for his rookie error.

*sneer*

15. Lipstick - February 20, 2010

Those photos are zoomable?

16. Emma - August 24, 2010

Awesome work! enjoy the feeling when reading. thanks for sharing.

17. American - August 17, 2012

Europeans style sucks.
They blindly follow some drunk french or italian illusions and quickly adapt it.


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