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  • #1079183

    Typical chav apparel

    And so says Miss Ruth Less !!!

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    Ge

    I found the “chav” comment mildly amusing, totally different class of course to the working class of the 70s and 80s, when owning a pair of docs was aspirational and a rite of passage into adulthood. Nowadays all classes wear docs and the hipster movement made them trendy again more recently.

     

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    #1079193

    Ge,This [email protected] must think a chav is anyone different to it !!! Can remember the days when a new pair of docs had to be “christened” Now wheres that Ruth?

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    Ge
    #1079205

    Ge

    Lol. The good old days Somer, when I still had a 30 inch waist and could run like a greyhound when I saw them docs heading my way.

     

     

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    #1079206

    Pmsl yep they hurt lol lol

    but remember them days well

    #1079222

    I remember when I was a kid the girls used to wear monkey boots they were always purple,with yellow laces I kn0w a chatter from here who used to wear them obviously I cant say her name that would be crass
    but tracy used to wear them when she used to collect golf balls in heaton park Manchester/Salford border she used to go and dive into heaton park lake and sell them back to the hapless golfers for 5p

    #1079563

    I have a tan pair of brogue style that I wear regularly

    very comfortable

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    #1079666

    I always hated the brogue style…that curved design that looked like a bow with no string and loads of holes in it. Can’t deny the comfy shoes i wore though.

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