Levi’s Sells Super-Skinny ‘Ex-Girlfriend’ Jeans

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The new super-skinny style for men? Supposedly, it’s a tribute to that ex-girlfriend with the great fashion sense.

Are we to assume these are the denim brand’s answer to “boyfriend cut” women’s jeans?  NewsFeed isn’t sure, but the last time we checked, there aren’t too many guys looking for clothes to remind them of a past love — and what kind of boyfriend slips into his girlfriend’s skinny jeans in the first place?

Not to mention how much trouble it’ll take to slip into those skin-tight suckers. Levi’s says the Ex-Girlfriend jeans have a “super-snug” fit allover and are “as skinny as it gets.” Is that, by chance, supposed to bring back memories of that super smothering ex? Both leave you with little room to breathe. (via BuzzFeed)

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fitty_three
fitty_three

More of @collioure's self contradictory nuggets:

An hour ago, you complained that I misquoted O'Reilly when I stated that what he said was racist.

Ten hours ago, you said you "shuddered" when you heard him and said what he said was racist.

notsacredh
notsacredh

OT, but here's a little something to think about. "Frozen" is now the highest grossing animated film of all time. It's the 10th highest grossing movie ever. Period. The right is whining about one of the lead characters possibly being a lesbian (just a bit of a stretch)  What those nitwits aren't taking into consideration is that most people don't CARE if someone is gay or lesbian. A large majority of Americans have moved on. The stragglers are crying about THEIR rights being ignored. Discrimination isn't a right. It's something that should cause shame to those that want it.

mantisdragon91
mantisdragon91

Sure Liz, lets ignore your dad's real crimes and focus on a fake controversy instead. Yet another delusional criminal spawn Fox gives a platform and a pay check to.


Liz Cheney: Stop ‘political’ investigation of torture and focus more on Benghazi

Fox News contributor Liz Cheney on Sunday argued that a United States Senate report on Bush-era torture was “political” and that lawmakers should spend more time investigating President Barack Obama’s role in failing to prevent terrorist attacks in Benghazi.

Last week, the Senate Intelligence Committee voted 11-3 to request that the White House declassify parts of an investigation into the CIA’s enhanced interrogation program, whose chief backer in the Bush White House was former Vice President Dick Cheney.

“If you’re going to say that we should not have conducted the enhanced interrogation program, if you’re going to say that we shouldn’t have waterboarded three terrorists, then you’ve got to say that you’re willing to accept the consequences of that,” the former vice president’s daughter said on a Sunday morning Fox News panel. “You’ve got to be willing to say how many American lives would you have been willing to put at risk because you didn’t want to waterboard Khalid Sheikh Mohammed.”

Fox News political analyst Juan Williams quipped that Liz Cheney was the “good daughter,” but the American people had a right to know what the CIA was doing in their name, and if the techniques were effective.

“I want to start by agreeing with Juan,” Liz Cheney shot back. “That we need more congressional oversight… of Benghazi, for example.”

She added that the Senate did not produce a “fair report” because it was “written entirely by Democratic staffers.”

“The Republicans wouldn’t participate!” Williams replied. “People not only wouldn’t cooperate, [the CIA] tried to spy on the U.S. Senate.”

Liz Cheney concluded by saying that she had “missed Juan” during her absence from Fox News for a failed Senate run in Wyoming.

roknsteve
roknsteve

I don't know if any of you saw it early Friday but I found the perfect theme music for the Republicans.  "Bengazi" by the Insect Surfers from 1963.  And the insect part fits too!  

roknsteve
roknsteve

Since I sucka picking winners I'm going to pick Conn.  In the NCAA Final.  That should lock it up for Kentucky. 

retiredvet
retiredvet

This GOP House Candidate Proposed Eliminating the Weekend

In January, Grothman introduced legislation to eliminate a state requirement that workers get at least one day off per week. "Right now in Wisconsin, you're not supposed to work seven days in a row, which is a little ridiculous because all sorts of people want to work seven days a week," he told the Huffington Post. Eliminating days off is a long-running campaign from Grothman. Three years earlier, he argued that public employees should have to work on Martin Luther King Day. "Let's be honest, giving government employees off has nothing to do with honoring Martin Luther King Day and it's just about giving state employees another day off," he told the Wisconsin State Journal. It would be one thing if people were using their day off to do something productive, but Grothman said he would be "shocked if you can find anybody doing service."

collioure
collioure

@fitty_three @collioure 

Words have meaning which you regularly ignore. 

Should you continue to ignore them, it will be necessary to ignore you.

collioure
collioure

@fitty_three @collioure  

You misquoted/mischaracterized O'Reilly's words.

You do such regularly

notsacredh
notsacredh

@mantisdragon91 , Bad idea. Cheney would have another heart attack and some homeless guy would later be found with a gaping hole in his chest. 

retiredvet
retiredvet

@sacredh  

I think it'd high time we set up those FEMA camps and tell the idiots it's safe haven for their beliefs.

notsacredh
notsacredh

@retiredvet, people that work only a couple of days a week have no problem at all with making us low-lifes work 7 days a week.  

fitty_three
fitty_three

@retiredvet

I wonder how this fits in with the plans commercial interests have now that the door is wide open for buying politicians.

I'm sure that corporations would love to see this happen;-)

notsacredh
notsacredh

@fitty_three, so....angry old white guys stick together or do they just get sticky together?  

notsacredh
notsacredh

@mantisdragon91, I wonder if black officers had pulled guns on white children in Georgia would have resulted in the cops being found swinging in the trees?  

notsacredh
notsacredh

@mantisdragon91 , the police were entirely justified. Black children grow into black adults and all black adults are known to be criminals. Just trying to understand what in hell could have been going through those cops' minds. If anything. 

notsacredh
notsacredh

@fitty_three , 

"They're still stuck on purple teletubbies."


Let's be honest.


"They're still stuck IN purple teletubbies."

roknsteve
roknsteve

@sacredh @retiredvet  And here I thought they wanted to go back to the 1950's.  Republicans really want to go back to the 1800's.  

fitty_three
fitty_three

@sacredh  

Hmmm. You're either talking about the House or the Rich.

Choose yer poison...

retiredvet
retiredvet

@fitty_three @retiredvet 

I find it hard to believe anyone would vote for this numbskull.

fitty_three
fitty_three

@sacredh 

Black children grow into black adults and all black adults are known to be criminals. Then they grow up to dress like drug lords and get called out on right wing talk shows by racists.

Don't get called out on right wing talk shows by racists.  Get rid of cable and switch to Dish TV.

fitty_three
fitty_three

@collioure

You know how I know corporations aren't people?

They don't have any reproductive organs.

Don't worry though about it, @collioure, because that explanation makes as much sense as your platitudes!

fitty_three
fitty_three

@retiredvet  

Actually, that's a done deal already. Even if we stopped all CO2 emissions tomorrow.

The real question is really how much worse will it get?  We could be looking at climate not seen for 2.8 million years - before the ice ages began.

It's that pesky carbon cycle: It takes 200,000 years to sink all the excess carbon meaning that the current excess would remain for at least 10,000 years.

notsacredh
notsacredh

@roknsteve , the GOP wants to turn back the clock one century at a time. Fine. Corporations weren't people even 10 years ago. Let's start with that. 

notsacredh
notsacredh

@fitty_three , what some of the younger guys aren't taking into account is what happens if we have more than 2 people off sick or on vacation. They'd be working 16 hour days. They're blinded by the idea of 5 day weekends and aren't thinking about the downside.

notsacredh
notsacredh

@retiredvet , I work 7 straight days twice a month. They're not in a calendar week though so it doesn't count. It still FEELS like 7 straight days though. They're thinking about letting shift workers work 12 hour shifts. We'd get more days off, but I have no interest in working 12 hour days that don't involve OT.  Another installation in our district is thinking about allowing a vote on it. The boss asked me how I felt about it and I told him that if they voted to do it at our installation, to have my papers ready because I'd walk that day. I don't think he'll even allow a vote. There's influence, and then there's influence.

fitty_three
fitty_three

@sacredh  

Actually, I think they secrete Oxycontin, which explains why FOX listeners lick each other so frequently.

fitty_three
fitty_three

@sacredh  

Yow!  Toosh.  That shank musta slid between the ribs real easy, huh?

notsacredh
notsacredh

@fitty_three, they asked for volunteers to work the OT because they'd rather not force guys to work it. Only 4 of us volunteered. Three of us are old-timers. Only one of the younger guys offered to work. The other night I was in the shower room and one of the younger guys walked in. I had my shirt and work pants off. I was putting heat patches on my shoulder, lower back and adjusting my knee brace. He said he was a little embarrassed about turning down the OT and us older guys working it. I told him not to feel bad, lots of young guys are lazy c**ts.

notsacredh
notsacredh

@fitty_three , BIG TIME. We ordered a new Lazy-Boy recliner and a Lazy-Boy couch that reclines and the OT is going to pay for them. I won't need to take a dime out of our savings. 

notsacredh
notsacredh

@fitty_three , in 10 days, I also have one stretch where I work all three shifts in 3 days. 

fitty_three
fitty_three

@sacredh  

You're busting your butt. That's like Boeing shifts out here except it involves real work.

They dint call Boeing the "Lazy B" for nothing!

fitty_three
fitty_three

@sacredh 

How long to go before you're freed of your evile gubmint bondage of 4-12s?

fitty_three
fitty_three

@sacredh 

Are these those them nonexistent shovel ready jobs that never done existed?

Are those workers real? Did you check by pinching them?

notsacredh
notsacredh

  @fitty_three , speaking of not fun, but I've been on 4-12s since Tuesday. There hasn't been a single minute that we haven't been busy. We have a major project going on and there's a ton of workers everywhere.