High waters = entertaining (18 photos)


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Megan Resig

Megan Resig is Head of theBERRY, loves to travel, embraces awkward moments, and appreciates anything that has to do female empowerment. She's a sucker for chick-flicks and isn't afraid to admit that her nickname was once meg-a-ton.

  • jeff in Australia

    I am sure some of these people are Trying to look silly, but the others…
    Can some define fashion for/to me..?

  • HellHathNoFury

    Fashion: rich people looking as ridiculous as possible to see how many foolish sycophants they have acquired.

    • jeff in Australia

      Ohhhh. I thought that was just beautiful women, while I’m on the subject, how are you doin..?

      • HellHathNoFury

        Cannot sleep, so bothering you. Sent you a file, by the way, you poor thing.

        • jeff in Australia

          Why not..? I lay in bed eyes closed, any thoughts that want to disturb me, I picture windscreen whippers on the inside of my eyelids, sweep the thought away.. works for me, at least I think it does, sleep interrupts my wipers..
          If that doesn’t work… read the E- re keyring..! That’ll put you to sleep, no worries..
          Lovely forest.

          • HellHathNoFury

            awww, cutest letter ever.
            recurring nightmares are getting me. haha windshield wipers! I could always count raccoons.

      • Kevlyn

        Gosh, I wish I would have had that informatoin earlier!

        • Jeff in Australia

          Thank you for your comment, lots of lovely memories came flooding back reading "our" silly conversations..

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  • jeff in Australia

    How strange that some of our possums have ring tails too…?

  • Cee

    It’s so Beatle-ish…really love it with sneakers or flats whatever

  • Anonymouse

    #8 looks so uncomfortable lol

  • Helena Handbasket

    Ha! I remember when the only kind of blue jeans you could buy were Levi's shrink-to-fit. Dark blue, thick as canvas, and you had to wash them in hot water a hundred times before they got comfortable. But they lasted forever! Usually, by the time they got faded and softened enough that you loved wearing them all the time, you'd outgrown them a little bit – hence the term "highwaters." (If you were a smart kid who thought ahead, you bought your pants a little longer than necessary and then let the hems down as you got taller.)

    This was back in the 70's, but I've always been amused to see people deliberately wearing the "high-water" look as a fashion statement – I think it's unforgiveable with suits / no socks.

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