Tuesday, 16 October 2007

Your Ties Says Something Important About You


It is always important to have great ties in the community.

12 comments:

GT said...

Nobody would take you seriously in the workplace with one of them on, and you can't see Mr. Nobody.

Maria said...

At least somebody, even if it's nobody, will take you seriously. And that's something, even if it's nothing.

Maria said...

Besides, I didn't realise nobody was the Invisible Man. My heart is broken! Oh Invisible Man! You are nobody but let me assure you, once you were everybody to me and you made me feel like somebody.

GT said...

Drugs, I believe is the only explanation for Maria's multiple response.

Maria said...

Look who's talking.

Look who's talking 2.

Gosh that was a high.

prude said...

I thinks there is nothing at all about wearing your heart about your neck.

I would respect a man wearing this tie. Better than those silly Mr Potatohead ties anyhow.

It reflect commitment. What do a striped or dotted tie say? That you are striped or dotty? I thinks there is not much to revere in those.

I asks youse, GT, what kind of tie is you preferring? Has YOU any better suggestions?

GT said...

Tarocash - alternating stripes, just about anything goes with a white shirt, no stripes if your shirt has stripes (visible from 2-3m) plain coloured tie with striped shirt. Silk ties can be harder to tie as they are so soft. Most come with some sort of padding in them now which works well for tying.

prude said...

This says to me:

Youse is not liking to take a stand in society.

You is not working towards the hard road, GT.

You is a style follower whereas I is a trendsetter.

I is thinking "what is right and good" where is you is thinking "does this goes with that" (maybe you can meet up with sussan"

Mr Jumbles is wearing his yellow penguin tie proudly and he has a white front. He is not ashamed as he knows it is right in himself.

I thinks he looks distinguished.

GT said...

Australia has a tall poppy syndrome if you had noticed, Prude. This means that people that are different are often "shot down" because of things they do which are different. I'm conservative anyway so you saying I should take a stand has no major impact on me.

"You is not working towards the hard road, GT.

Not sure what this has to do with clothes.

You is a style follower whereas I is a trendsetter.


You still haven't told me what you do for a living, Prude.

Methinks that the Penguin suit thing will not catch on, hence no trendsetting by you.

I is thinking "what is right and good" where is you is thinking "does this goes with that" (maybe you can meet up with sussan""

You funny - strange. This is how most people dress, matching things, not wearing penguin suits.

Have a great day

TimT said...

Thank you for this morally uplifting post.

prude said...

You is welcome TimT.

You is right GT. Most people wear like you.

You is sheep, I is Prude!

And Proud!

Meribah said...

I prefer to wear no tie at all. Of course, as a female, I'm not expected to wear one! LOL