The life of a class traitor and peripatetic scouser.
Ha! Ha! I'm from Liverpool and I can totally relate!!!I steer clear of anything to do with ladies day... Trashy!!!xinthisboxofgoodies.blogspot.com
Laura....we do produce wonderful women in Liverpool do we not but sadly this is what the world sees.
Who let the dogs out.........
I'm thinking wubbble ... She might have a lovely personality as well.Seriously, the growth of WAGism and plastic girl groups has dumbed down the aspirations of many women.Where are the heirs of Cilla Black, Rita Tushingham and Kim Cattrall? I bet there were plenty of Tens at Aintree but the snappers' brief was to take photos that would allow mingers from the rest of the country to feel superior.
I think, when I was a welder, that I might have dressed like that. But now I work in a fashion school....well, my employers would shudder to see me in some of those clothes.
You are using the word 'lady' loosely aren't you?
Now Thud, I get attacked at my place if I intimate anything like that. :)
Eyebleach!! In the old days they would have a monkey at their side so as to appear by comparison pretty.
Dear Savior, Thud. It was like a suet festival. They should dress the horses and race the spectators.
I gagged a little when I clicked on the link. Thanks ; )
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