Thursday, April 13, 2006

Dress to impress

It's either a compliment, or a shocking endictment on how I usually dress.

I tell you, you wear anything other than a pair of jeans and a crumpled up t-shirt (with a vaguely rude message emblazoned across it) to work, and everyone assumes you're either:

a) on the pull.

b) going for a job interview.

(Which I'm not, Janice, in case you're reading)

That said, just as I was about to leave the house this morning, I did catch a glimpse of myself in the mirror and decided that, on this occasion at least, I didn't want to dress like the new Doctor Who from the waist down.

I changed shoes; it's really not converse weather anyway.


Dr.John said...

Since I'm not English what is " on the pull"? The shoes look perfect.

Tim said...

It's a good ol' English expression that suggests you're, er, looking for a lady!

I'll definitely be going with the converse when it stops raining... although with the British weather as it is, that'll probably be never!