easy like a monday morning

Monday, September 16

Shoes: Target {I will be living in these, they are the best}, Jeans: H&M, Tee: H&M, Button-Up: Thrift, Sunglasses: Target, Bag: Nasty Gal

So what is the deal, do you think, with men's old plaid shirts and thrift stores? At any given moment, during any season, you could walk into your local thrift shop and the racks are stacked and stacked with plaid shirts. Which makes no sense if you think about it. I mean, they never go out of style REALLY. What's the thought process on that closet clean-out? Washed it too many times, it's muuuuch too soft now, time to get rid of it? As far as I'm concerned, plaid shirts are like belts, in that the best ones are always the ones that belonged to someone else first and are now three bucks. Thanks Salvation Army!
Side note, I saw Dumb and Dumber for the first time this weekend because, I know, I have no excuse, it's just never been on my watch list. I mean I'd seen the limo scene, I'd seen the ski lift scene, but I'd never had the beginning to end, sit down with a bag of popcorn and just go for it, Dumb and Dumber experience. Quote, unquote. Tyson was monumentally horrified when he found out, to say the least. Like what kind of guys have I even been dating my whole life that I have NEVER seen Dumb and Dumber, he wanted to know. But having officially watched it beginning to end, and checking that box off my list of things that are much too Jim Carreyish to probably ever repeat again, I can't say that I didn't walk away totally unenlightened. The quotes, for example. Alllll the quotes. And Lauren Holly's bump-it hair and reflective sunglasses. Movies from the early to mid 90's just get a little better every time you watch them.


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