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In this crazy world of ours, we seem to go mad with the fashion Following the latest trends to dress up with such passion Ladies out and about with rollers in their hair Supermarket shopping in P.J.'s as if they couldn't care There is jeans all ripped, skirts so short, and onesies on the scene Joseph had a coat of many colours Now it's hair red, pink or green What about false nails and lashes or brows plucked while you wait Piercings all over the body and tattoos, what a state The biggest eyesore I must say is men regardless of their size Who need to go about each day in shorts, when will they ever get wise? In pubs, on buses, at the bank or in the local takeaway Flouting off their hairy legs, no matter what the weather's like that day So get a grip, it's getting cool the situation you should face Pack the shorts away where they belong in your holiday suitcase!

by Mrs Megan Smith, Hunts Cross
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Title Annotation:Letters
Publication:Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)
Date:Oct 4, 2013
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