Shot a life coach in Reno, just to watch him re-evaluate personal goals.
All it takes is one ghastly fashion victim (no, not a victim of ghastly fashion, although that applies equally in this case) to read this article and we'll have a knitwear revolution on our hands in Grey Lynn. For the sake of civil calm, please be careful what you publish.
That hat, bottom right. I'll have that.
Feel free to sing along...Now how I came to get this hat, 'tis very strange and funnyGrandfather died and left to me his property and moneyAnd when the will it was read out, they told me straight and flatIf I would have his money, I must always wear his hatCHORUS"Where did you get that hat? Where did you get that tile?Isn't it a nobby one, and just the proper style?I should like to have one Just the same as that!"Where'er I go, they shout "Hello! Where did you get that hat?"If I go to the op'ra house, in the op'ra seasonThere's someone sure to shout at me without the slightest reasonIf I go to a concert hall to have a jolly spreeThere's someone in the party who is sure to shout at meCHORUSAt twenty-one I thought I would to my sweetheart get marriedThe people in the neighbourhood had said too long we'd tarriedSo off to church we went right quick, determined to get wedI had not long been in there, when the parson to me saidCHORUSI once tried hard to be M.P. but failed to get electedUpon a tub I stood, round which a thousand folks collectedAnd I had dodged the eggs and bricks (which was no easy task)When one man cried, "A question I the candidate would ask!" CHORUSWhen Colonel South, the millionaire, gave his last garden partyI was amongst the guests who had a welcome true and heartyThe Prince of Wales was also there, and my heart jumped with gleeWhen I was told the Prince would like to have a word with meCHORUS
And a link to the immortal Stanley Holloway...http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J4Kuu-FnB20Well, he's not really immortal, as he's dead.
Hard to believe that in the 1970s you could look screamingly gay while scoring all the chicks.
But Paul, surely these are extras, escaped from a production of Robin Hood? Such attire hasn't been trendy since the 14th century.
Definitely more Sealed Knot...than not.
Yeah that hat is righteous.
I think it's a pretty smooth look.I think I need to bring it back.
Srsly, only fashion victims would be aghast at this.I've made up my mind, I'm definitely bringing it back.
If Gram Parsons had survived to the age of say 30, he would have worn the bottom right ensemble, complete with hat.
Well at least we can say sweaters have changed for the better!
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