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However, what does surprise me as that they've only been reduced to £30 (from the original £50).
Even if they were giving them away, I could not be persuaded.
The pockets look like eyes. They look like some sort of evil sea serpent.
They are certainly monstrous! I can't see how it would flatter anyone. I wonder if they've sold any at all? I should imagine a few people might have tried them on instore as a joke.
they are sooo horrible.... I misread your initial line thinking it said my little beauties...I was horrified for a minute thinking how could you even consider them, then I re-read it...
ditto.I've got the rattiest pair of jogging bottoms which come out of the depths of my cupboard, when I'm feeling low and hormonal. They are large, soft and I wouldn't be seen dead in them out of my flat. I wouldn't even have these as comfy trousers.What were they thinking? Actually, if I do a web search, do you think I'll find the designer's dealer?
I'm sure I have made some fashion mistakes in the past and no doubt will again the future, but nothing this bad.
Just WHO are they making these for? That pathetically skinny model-type figure with long, thin perfect legs who's longing to sport a 'saddle-bag' thigh look? You should let the price drop, buy a pair and give them to a friend as a joke. I'd love to see the look on someone's face upon receiving these lovelies as a gift. Priceless.
The joke present angle is the only way I can see them selling. Actually, I do owe my oldest friend a vile present in return for the giant neon pink Buddha she bought me for my 30th.
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