Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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turncoat

Follow fashion, avoid playground alianation
 
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One side is goth, one side hip hop pimpdaddyblingbling. simple reversible long-coat is all towelling sportswear with chunky baseball numbers, bright colour clashing and names of spurious football teams. the other side transforms the look with a not so subtle matrix-esc run-fast-to-create-batman-effect look that will impress even the darkest witches of gothsville.

other turncoats include the pikey/poshkid (hooded duffer crimwear turns tweedy leather buttoned biffstyle) and all American jock/ Hounslow couch potato

pokia, Sep 17 2003

I can't find a picture but here are some classic gags. http://www.beartown...ionviewer.asp?ID=64
[po, Oct 04 2004]

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       Tan trousers, navy blazer, red tie over blue/white shirt is good for any occasion. Don't forget the shoes, otherwise you won't get any service.
thumbwax, Sep 17 2003
  

       [sp. alienation.]
DrCurry, Sep 17 2003
  

       I like the idea of clothes embossed with the names of fictitious football teams all on its own.
DrCurry, Sep 17 2003
  

       I do hope you mean the left side is one thing and the right side is the other.
po, Sep 17 2003
  

       not the way I envision it but Tommy Cooper baked that one.
po, Sep 17 2003
  

       when in goth-mode, while running the faddy-prep side would be waving in the wind for all to see ... call it "poser-wear"
Letsbuildafort, Sep 17 2003
  


 

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