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    Current fads you wish would die off today...

    I am sooo waiting for those shoes the kids wear that are part roller skates. Who knows it will be passe next week, month but I find them annoying. :rolleyes
    Yes it's all showy and look I am skating but I am actually not.
    I frequent public libraries a lot and this kid that was wearing them almost ran into me.

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    Hipster pants and belly tops together.
    Only the most slender of people look good in this combo and I'm tired of seeing otherwise not overweight teens with five inches of gut hanging over their waistband because they're wearing pants that are too small and an unflattering cut.
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    bell bottoms.. ewwwwwww

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    Pants, shorts, skirts, whatever, that have something written across the butt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fluff
    Hipster pants and belly tops together.
    Only the most slender of people look good in this combo and I'm tired of seeing otherwise not overweight teens with five inches of gut hanging over their waistband because they're wearing pants that are too small and an unflattering cut.
    Plus the super low pants. They are so uncomfortable. I don't why anyone would wear them.

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    Fast food places bragging they are low-carb.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hepcat
    Fast food places bragging they are low-carb.
    amen to that!
    note to mcdonalds: i go there to eat the 10 million carb loaded big mac and i like it like that!! guess that's why i'm not trendy and don't wear the lowrider pants
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    Good one Hepcat! This whole atkins thing needs to just go away.

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    I think there's already a thread for this buried here somewhere...does anyone else remember "fashion You Hate"?
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    Quote Originally Posted by queenb
    I think there's already a thread for this buried here somewhere...does anyone else remember "fashion You Hate"?
    If this thread should be closed so be it...

    But the pacing is going into carbs....

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