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A somewhat disturbing image, as a special treat for those who know me:

Me. In denim shorts and a red tank top (yes, I do own tank tops. I just don't wear them in public).

Also in ten-year-old pale blue knee-highs, which have gaping holes in the failing elastic and thus are exhibiting a tendency to slide. And, in the purplish strappy high heels that go with the dress for the wedding.

If this does not disturb you, you are color blind.

Update: I attempted to take a picture of at least the foot end of this, using the old crappy digital camera amy_pearlman gave me. I have come to two conclusions: 1) It is, as advertised, an Amazingly Crappy Camera. 2) There is no good way to take a picture of any of your own body parts, even ones you can hold at a distance from your face.

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lurse
Jun. 9th, 2004 01:25 am (UTC)
I think the larger question is: why the aforementioned combination?
collacentaur
Jun. 9th, 2004 01:44 am (UTC)
Tank top and shorts because that's what I felt like wearing when I got home. Shoes so I could scuff the soles a little for traction, and practice walking in heels.

Blue knee-highs because I didn't want to bother wearing good ones and having to wash them, so I looked for an old cruddy pair I'd want to throw out afterwards. I have a sickly white and a lime green still for future days of this. The lime green will actually be more vile.

It wouldn't have been so bad if I hadn't encountered the neighbors while outside in this getup...
lurse
Jun. 9th, 2004 02:41 pm (UTC)
The tank top and shorts made sense. I could even figure out the shoes. But the way I read it the first time it sounded as if you had knee socks, not knee highs on and that was the piece that didn't fit :)
amy_pearlman
Jun. 17th, 2004 12:20 pm (UTC)
Told you it was astoundingly amazingly crappy. It came free with...something, and you do indeed get what you pay for.
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