Thursday, June 01, 2006

Westlife Style School 3 - The Revenge

I promised something the other day, didn't I? I promised that if you'd tune in the next day, you'd see the kind of hair that would make you look like you worked for Hitler. I lied. It wasn't an intentional lie, I really did mean to update with that, but I didn't have the time. My humble apologies, to those of you who care. Anyway, as promised, here's that fashion disaster, and some other terrible wearables and hideous hairdos.

This is probably one of the single most bizarre and hideous haircut of all time. It's a little Nazi, a little Crispin Glover in Willard. Don't want to look like you're setting your German/rat minions on people? Don't get this haircut. In fact, don't get this haircut full stop. Especially with that curly fringe thing at the front. It's wrong from every angle.

It's becoming more of a costume party than a fashion show today, isn't it? Here's Nicky, modelling a wannabe eye-patch. It's the worlds first ever D&G pirate. There's way too much going on with the shirt, even if it probably is designer. Go to K-Mart, lad, pick out a pair of $20 jeans, a $15 singlet, and for gods sake get your hair out of your eyes. You look like two mismatched socks in a dryer.

It's okay to be casual when you're sitting on the couch watching TV. There are, however, a few provisos. First of all: if you hate each other as those defensives positions clearly show, dress well. This will make the others jealous. A badly-fitting polo shirt, a shapeless jumper, and a black shirt that looks like it was skinned off a rabbit's arse do not make your friends jealous. Floppy hair, also, went out with the plague. Also, try not to look like you're throwing up. This is not attractive.

Now, for some reason, my computer has just refused to upload any more pictures, hence the briefness of this entry. If we can reconcile, I will upload the last couple of fashion disasters later today. If we decide that this problem cannot be reconciled, I may have to leave this as it is. I'm sorry, children, it's never nice to see mummy and daddy argue. But just remember all the good times we've had.

*kicks computer*

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