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Does anybody?

I'd guess there is that .0001 % of the population that would look good even in a gunny sack. I don't know when displaying one's most unflattering qualities became the in thing to do. Maybe there is a mirror shortage that I am not aware of.
Suja
I'd guess there is that .0001 % of the population that would look good even in a gunny sack. I ... unflattering qualities became the in thing to do. Maybe there is a mirror shortage that I am not aware of.

Mostly I don't care what people wear, but I'm not crazy about flashing huge amounts of skin in public places, especially not in grocery stores. People who go skimpy on airplanes is a travel pet peeve, too. It's not that I care what they look like but that one thing that separates us from the apes is a layer of fabric between us and anonymous strangers.
It's been hot as hell here (we're on track for a record hot summer) and I completely understand getting comfortable, but please put your *** cheeks back in your shorts before heading out to the supermarket.

Melinda Shore - Software longa, hardware brevis - (Email Removed)

Let's start racial profiling tax cheaters.
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I don't know when displaying one's most unflattering qualities became the in thing to do.

I report. You decide.
http://www.monstersandcritics.com/media screen.php?item id=1398&number=16

Handsome Jack Morrison
*gently remove the detonator to send me e-mail
I report. You decide. http://www.monstersandcritics.com/media screen.php?item id=1398&number=16

Jessica Simpson is most definately allowed to wear Daisy Dukes.

Marcel and Moogli
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Join the "I'm with Cooter" crowd ( http://www.cootersplace.com/news movie.asp ) The original show was stupid but basically decent, and my ... decent. Ironically, the original Daisy Duke character was pretty smart, and having her played by Jessica Simpson is just Wrong.

I agree with you, and also with Cooter, based on the music video anyway. If my kids want to see the Dukes, I'll see if I can rent the original shows.

flick 100785
Does anybody?

I'd guess there is that .0001 % of the population that would look good even in a gunny sack. I ... unflattering qualities became the in thing to do. Maybe there is a mirror shortage that I am not aware of.

I'm on campus a lot but I haven't any daisy dukes. Instead I'm seeing way too many "muffin tops" (
http://www.nydailynews.com/news/gossip/story/330221p-281994c.html ) This not a flattering look. In the 80s, I wore big shirts with tights, maybe that wasn't flattering to my figure but at least I was comfy. The current style of wearing jeans so tight that the fat squoozes up and over the brim looks very uncomfortable.
Chris comfy in an old tee shirt & shorts (no Daisy Dukes or Muffin tops here) and her smoothies
Pablo and Lucy
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I don't know when displaying one's most unflattering qualities became the in thing to do.

I report. You decide. http://www.monstersandcritics.com/media screen.php?item id=1398&number=16 Handsome Jack Morrison *gently remove the detonator to send me e-mail

Well, if these Daisy Dukes are the shorts (I've been living in another culture for some time now, haven't happened upon this term), I have no problem with them at all, but the "I'm made of plastic" look she's got in that picture just makes me gag.
Katrina
Well, if these Daisy Dukes are the shorts

Yep. "Daisy Dukes" refers to too-short cutoffs. "Daisy Duke" is the TV character who popularized them.
(I've been living in another culture for some time now, haven't happened upon this term)

Must be quite a while, since "Daisy Dukes" for too-short cutoffs has been in common usage since the show's orginal run, which started, IIRC, in 1979.
Guess I just plain missed that one, then!
Katrina
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