I just bloody well love this! Ok 'fess up, who owns some? Some of the understated comments are the funniest thing I have read in ages. Present company accepted.
Makes i Laaarf!
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Dear God. I thought 'man-bag' was an anatomical term. Our civilisation is doomed.
in the interests of balance i must point out that when i was at 6th form i was keen to go out with a boy who had the nerve to wear red trousers. i still admire red trousers on men. im sorry if i have unwittingly contributed to the doom of our civilisation.
It’s not the trousers - it’s the ‘man-bags’. Bloody quiche-eaters.
It is the red trousers. And the skinny-fit Barbour jackets. How the fuck are you going to get a warm bunny in your poachers pocket, if the jacket is 3 sizes too small? A hamster might fit, but that's hardly putting bread on the table, is it?
Soft city twats.
Oi!! I have a skinny-fit Barbour, but it's for wearing out riding, not for when I'm poaching.
I prefer to use a Dryzabone Outbackman coat for the purposes of poaching, as it's sheer capaciousness allows me to successfully conceal braces of rabbits about my person.
As for the red trousers, we don't see too many of she 'hipster' variety here, but there are a plethora of the raspberry cord brigade.
well, I think they look OK on an older man....let's say someone over 55 or something like that - especially if
youthey happen to be short and maybe a little stout. I think it's OK then
just saying that's all
The French army began WW1 wearing red trousers, much to the delight of the Germans; it made them a lot easier to shoot. Gerontius, do they go well with pastel yellow Lyle & Scott shirts, by any chance?
Do you mean the pleated one with the double buttons on the cuff and the deep pointed collar - it's possible my friend may have one of those too.
If he has, and obviously I don't actually know for sure...then he probably looks quite smart in it, especially with ox-blood brogues..that's if he's got any.
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