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( Nov. 3rd, 2009 05:17 pm)
I have been reduced to typing in all caps out of sheer shock. While browsing PeopleOfWalmart (note: not really a site I recommend for browsing as it...well, anyway) for some unknown reason, I encountered the following tee-shirt slogans:

Titties & Beer; Thank God I Ain't Queer.
My Dick Smells Like Chapstick.
I eat pussy like a fat kid eats cake.

OMG! WHO MAKES THESE THINGS? AND WHO BUYS THEM? AND THEN WEARS THEM? Aaaaaaah!

Okay, I'm better now. At least somewhat.
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cyllan: (Default)
( Aug. 31st, 2007 11:24 pm)
For my fashion conscious friends, I offer you this site with the disclaimer that I can not be held responsible for the hours that you may potentially waste here.
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( Feb. 8th, 2007 10:32 am)
Please, pretty please, with cream and sugar, can we please stop with all the complicated, confusing and above all idiotic dress code terms?

Here are the only terms that I want to see.

White Tie
Go look it up if you're ever invited to a White Tie event because I really have no idea what the actual dress code is for men here. Women get to wear the full ballgown regalia including gloves. For morning events, go here.

Black Tie
Tuxedo for men. Full length to fancy cocktail dresses for women.

Business Formal
Suit and tie for men. Pants or skirt suits for women. For Sunday church or other outside the office events, women get the option of wearing a hat.

Business Casual
No tie required. Button down, polo shirts or sweaters for men. Ditto for women except you get to replace polo shirts with upscale tees. Slacks should be neat and presentable. Women get the skirt/pants option.

(Note: In some offices, jeans are acceptable for business casual. That's office specific and should not be part of the definition. Wear the slacks the first day or two while scoping out the actual rules.)

Casual
Jeans. Presentable tee-shirts. Sundresses.

This shouldn't be that hard.
Although I have indeed the fashion sense of a tortise, may I recommend to my more fashionable friends, the following:

The Manolo.

If I read this blog more often, I might actually find myself purchasing a fashionable pair of shoes.
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