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nothing too daft.
someone asked me if i worked therewhen i was at the library. glee
2. type it into google image search
3. choose the very first picture
at least light molestation
SHE WAS ASKIN' FOR IT.
This is how I've chosen to take it whenever people have said it to me.
I wouldn't say it though. I'd just say you look like a twat.
Like when people describe overweight ladies as "bubbly".
Or it's like this incident I saw the other day when I saw a girl say her to her orca of a friend "I love your shoes" like she was so disgusted by her friend she felt compelled to say something nice to put her own conscience at ease.
if insecure-they probably just mean they couldn't do it themselves
and you look bad
or really bad and stupid
you should feel bad
(a) you're dressing in a way that's likely to pass sarcastic comment from people sitting on park benches, or
(b) it's the middle of january, you're in cowdenbeath, it's pissing it own with rain and you're wearing short shorts.
dont really care what they say, i wear what is comfortable for me. I would take it as a compliment usually though. Its not as if they look at me with disgust as they say it. apparently i have my own style
Loosely translated: "You look like a twat."
they get told to fuck off
a more literal meaning of brave: dressing like a teddy boy with a coif in grimsby
problem is I tended towards eccentric dandy a little too much. Like the time I dressed like Bowie in The Man Who Fell To Earth. The fedora didn't go down well in the dole office. My mum said I looked like Quentin Crisp.
eyebrows were raised. The silk scarf really didn't help.
But in fairness, I think the people at the dole office were more concerned with the 20 year old chavs with brand new *super expensive* trainers and tracksuits, foreign-holiday-type-tans, posh mobile phones, bling, and a BMW M-5 parked outside.
A skinny student dressed "like a poof" was the least of their worries.
I meant NOT a student. If you're reading this people of the DWP, then I must emphasize that I was not in full time education.
I was on a Gap year.