QUOTE (IniTiaL V. @ Feb 18 2006, 07:15 PM)
skeptic likes the shirt
my dad wears those kinds of shirts
thats telling you something
Yer damn straight! What it tells you is that it takes AGE and EXPERIENCE, not youth and ignorance, to judge proper style!
Guys like your dad and I would NEVER pay $80 for a hunk of crap like this:
Here's the dumbass description of these hideous things:
100% cotton, sits low below your waist, inconsistently scarred with handcrafted abrasions, over worn fading, blown out holes, random paint splatters, dirt and grass stains, button fly, Destroyed Wash, Low Rise Boot Fit, Imported
That is the height of stupidity.
If we wanted to wear a pair of wrinkled jeans, full of holes and stained with paint, we'd rummage for one for FREE in dumpster somewhere.
I swear, if my kid ever came to me and begged for a pair of these "pants", I'd tell him to get into his closet and pick out a pair of Levis. Then I'd have him wash the damn things about 24 times with a bit of bleach. Next, I'd tell him to take them outside and get a pair of rocks. I'd get him to stick one rock up the leg of the pants and then beat the other rock on top of it through the fabric. When he had the desired number of "handcrafted abrasions" and "blown out holes", I'd tell him to put them on and stand still. Then I'd dip my paintbrush in some old ceiling paint and run around him flicking paint all over his body (part of that just to teach him how STUPID this whole "fashion" look is). Next, I'd rip those jeans off him and start dragging them behind the lawnmower while I made him mow the lawn for the cost of the jeans new. Then I'd kick the jeans all up and down a dirt lot. And finally, when I got them looking like the goofy jeans in the Abercrombie ad, I'd tell my kid we were going to add one more "signature" touch and I'd lay the jeans out in the street and burn rubber on them in my car a few times. THEN I'd make him wear those dumb things to school every day for a week.