Betty by Gary Delainey and Gerry Rasmussen for June 16, 2022

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    RAGs  8 months ago

    My jeans got that way because I wore them, not because I faked everything.

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    C  8 months ago

    Value added, 9 out of 10 economists approve Mom

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    Jesy Bertz Premium Member 8 months ago

    Now Betty is distressed.

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    alcors3  8 months ago

    It is a silly fashion but having grown up in the 1960s I can’t say much about it.

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    Bwahahaha!  8 months ago

    Any day Betty is upset is a good day.

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    Ubintold  8 months ago

    Increased their value? Is he planning on selling them?

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    mourdac Premium Member 8 months ago

    I’ve got a fortune in my jeans drawer.

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    Billys mom2022  8 months ago

    A friend had a yard sale . She didn’t sell many pair of her jeans. She distressed the rest of them and they sold for twice as much the next sale.

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    Alberta Oil Premium Member 8 months ago

    A strange fashion trend that as a 77 year old I just cannot understand.

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    j.l.farmer  8 months ago

    My step-daughter did that to a $50 pair of Guess Jeans when she was in Hugh school in the 80s and got sent home from school because you could see her underwear.

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    ChessPirate  8 months ago

    My sister spent some time in Russia as an exchange student and told me someone there offered her the equivalent of a month’s salary for her worn jeans. I don’t know about nowadays, but back then, Russians were crazy for American Jeans. The government attempted to make and supply their own version, but these were soundly rejected…

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    paul brians  8 months ago

    I see the colorist realized the holes in the jeans shouldn’t have been filled in blue as they were the other day.

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    Ukko wilko  8 months ago

    Teen and young adult fashion consists of trying to look totally different than preceding generations… no matter what level of stupidity it takes to do so.

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    Marvin Premium Member 8 months ago

    My wife and I are very senior. We are still able to walk our downtown. Lots of lovely lady with torn jeans. Most young adults, but some older (much older). We want to confront them with our kindness: “Miss, I am so sorry you are unable to afford to keep your clothes up. May we be of some help?”

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