First In A Possible Series Of Posts In Which I Take Phrases Which Are Used Without The Brain Being Engaged First, And Refute Them With A Picture

The accused:
The fashion phrase “double denim disaster”, used to describe someone wearing both jeans and a denim jacket.

The refutation:
Mr S. Stevens of Wales.

Further evidence to be taken into consideration:
Mr E Presley of Memphis (to be confirmed).

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4 Comments

  1. Perhaps, but I still think he’d look better wearing a pair of red circus pantaloons.

  2. You may have a point – but then again, couldn’t the same be said for all of us?
    J

  3. This is just an excuse to put up a photo of Shaky isn’t it ? Which is of course, absolutely fine.

  4. Curse your insight, Peel!
    J

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