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Off Topic MORE EVIDENCE THAT FLAIRS ARE THE MOST DANGEROUS CLOTHING ITEM EVER

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  1. Garlic Klopp

    Garlic Klopp Well-Known Member

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    Big question I have is, how have flares come back in fashion so much in last three or four years.

    I don't remember seeing them as much a decade ago, they had been taken out of the sport. Suddenly fans seem more able (or more willing) to smuggle flares into stadiums again.
     
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    no pyro, no party.

    as i have been told.
     
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    I googled flare images to try and catch another of the guy on fire and found this instead.
     
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    Mind the gap.
     
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    Flares or Flairs? :bandit:
     
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    Keep on trucking, baby. :emoticon-0170-ninja
     
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    Back in the day I had a pair of flared jeans that had 36" bottoms, the waist was only 30" as I was about 15 at the time. With the wind behind me I would walk a lot quicker, wind against me I virtually stood still. If it was raining they gained about 2 stone when wet.
     
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    Big question - crease or no crease?
     
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    Come back in fashion? This is Serbia...they haven’t caught up yet, it’s still 1976 over there.
     
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    Lense flare?

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    No crease, I was not middle class back then
     
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    We had skinners in my day.

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    I remember when it all went new wave and thin jeans were in, a mate swore he'd never wear flares again. That lasted until the 90s, when they came back into fashion.

    I recently bought new jeans and walked right by the Levi's shop. Went to Primark and there were shelves and shelves of stretch-fit. Every kind of stretch-fit. It felt like wet tissue clinging to my thighs, so I went to M&S for some good old dad jeans.

    There was a time when you had to earn the holes in your jeans. Now you buy them like that. ****ing kids don't know they're born and they've got the nerve to say we've ruined their lives.
     
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    They had pre ripped jeans as early as the 80's. I remember seeing them when I was a kid. The amusing thing is how the holes are getting bigger over time.

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    I'd be distressed if they charged me a hundred bucks for that.

    Distressed jeans did indeed start in the late 80s.
     
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