Well, one doesn't have to participate in the bunfights over iPhones, and IOS 5 (and even, perish the thought, political & social discussions) along with some of the other, occasionally, rather ill-tempered threads to increase one's post count.The "Posting Once Every 83 Days" award is on it's way.
You get pages and pages of insightful feedback from your many fascinating threads, such as How to protect myself from deer flies!, Adults who wear snow pants., Red vs Blue?, If someone was born..., What is with dark sunglasses?, What did university aged people wear in the 80s?, Is it wrong to wear Nike running shoes for walking?, and of course What is the difference between gypsies and hicks?.I didn't get nothing and I've been here for almost 6 years. Lol
Turtlenecks yes, o course, I stand corrected. And in fetching shades of comely black, most certainly.It is actually a turtle neck.
They are actually woven from the chin hairs of Andalusian mountain goats.Turtlenecks yes, o course, I stand corrected. And in fetching shades of comely black, most certainly.
However, while for cool climates, turtlenecks might be de rigueur for intellectuals, coffee shop habitués, and alienated youth and ageing hipsters .
..perhaps (black) t-shirts are more appropriate for warmer ones.
These turtlenecks, (and I am nothing if not consistent in these matters as a true devotee of the concept of eternally wearing A Black Turtleneck) are they in wool (lightweight, but of course) or cotton (handpicked & handspun, ethical, organic)?
Oh, wow; brilliant. A level of testing organic obscurity that I have never managed to put on my back a further sensation (and challenge) awaits me .They are actually woven from the chin hairs of Andalusian mountain goats.
As do I - (I think) - on occasion ...Hey!
I resemble that remark!