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15-11-2005
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those kick *** shoes with the flashing lights in them
OMG I had a pair of those too

I thought I was so cool

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15-11-2005
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^ Oh, you were, you were Keep the dream alive

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15-11-2005
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I thought I already confessed to the following, but apparently not And this is very brave

Hands down, it was the Mr. T chains I succumbed to in the 80s Do NOT ask me to explain it I simply can't!

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16-11-2005
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when i was 14, i used to wear my fathers calvin klein jeans.. rolled up to the knees and his laced up sneakers.
he didnt mind it so much but my mother freaked out.
. i dont know what i was thinking.
it must have been puberty! i pity my dad! hahahah

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19-11-2005
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Quote:
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those kick *** shoes with the flashing lights in them
I had those when I was about 8. I loved them then :p

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19-11-2005
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1983
i had a big pop-out bootie
which i smartly emphasized with tight white jeans
and .... flourescent fuschia net baggy top!

1986
lived lived lived in acid-wash jeans
tucked into white slouch socks/legwarmers
w/ my white & turquoise Reebock hi-tops.

niiiiice.

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21-11-2005
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I chose pink-rimmed Barbie glasses when i got my first pair at age 7
I once wore checkered green/orange/brown H&M trousers in the 6th grade
I also had a reversible purple sweatshirt with a glittery Minnie Mouse on one side, and on the other side a whole bunch of Mickeys in black and white.

Generally hate to look at pictures of me between ages 7-15 (wow that's quite a long time period) My little sis was so much cuter... boo :p
Well I wasn't the only one... It was the early 90's.

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21-11-2005
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Orange fur jacket and pink trousers...when i think about it now

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21-11-2005
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Dude, it's got to be that dodgy woolly sheep costume I had to wear for the school nativity play, as I was playing the part of a sheep. Yes, a bloody sheep. So as you can imagine, I wasn't too pleased with my outfit.....but that was when I was only about 11

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22-11-2005
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Orange fur jacket and pink trousers...when i think about it now
Oh my god! that sounds horrible

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22-11-2005
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Actual sailor t-shirts. They had a very boat neck-like neckline and long sleeves. I love stripes, but these tees were not meant to look good i don't think..

Sometimes, i'd top it off by putting a graphic t-shirt on top! to think of it, brand-name graphic t-shirt were the worst thing i even did wear..

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24-11-2005
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^^^i misfitting sailors tees...

Theese are shoes I wore in 92..I got them in Copenhagen and all my friends in my village were so jealous of me..

They are horrible..
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24-11-2005
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they look like a car with lots of wheels!

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24-11-2005
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Here we go:

# Petrol Dolce & Gabbana outsized silk chiffon see-through shirt... YUCK!
# Charcoal pinstriped Miu Miu deconstructed suit, because it was a size 50 jacket and 48 trouser, I usually wear a small size 44...!!
# D&G painted jeans with denim jacket patches sewn on top
# D&G tightish cords with flared leg and purple paisley print...!!!

Gladly I always bought those clothes when they were in a local outlet store, they didn´t cost me a lot because nobody wanted them... and now, after several years time, I fully understand why that was the case!!

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24-11-2005
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It was very cool at the time, but in hindsight...

A persian lamb (if that's the right term, like a fuller grown, curlier astrakhan?) black biker jacket with bronze relief chess pieces for buttons at the collar/lapels. It was the 80's with broad shoulders and all. And it was fake fur.

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