current state of debis

Oh, for the love of … whatever.

Ages and ages ago, sometime in the 1950s, there was critical commentary on our Conformist society tagged with the symbol of “The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit”.  (off of A Movie and a book.)  The revolt of individualist fashion against the this conformity followed, all hell broke loose, Lawrence Welk was for people who hated the all hell breaking loose and wanted to stick with the man in the gray flannel suit.

Or something like that.

Skip about to this retro-feeling of fashion, and this becomes either a stylistic revolt and commentary on the supposed Narcissism of the Movement (see: “Selfie”, or that apple ad which selling different colors as being akin to you dressing up your pet and having a lot of tattoos), or an ironic contribution to it — expressing your individuality by finding the most normal mean attire.

I don’t even know anymore?

In other items of … curiosity… this is not interesting nor uninteresting, it just … is...

The Pizza Underground is an American comedy rock band based in New York City. Namely parodying songs by The Velvet Underground with pizza-themed songs names and lyrics, the group consists of child actor Macaulay Culkin …

Mad libs?

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