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Skirt Length - Economic Indicator

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Skirt Length Theory says that short skirts are the fashion when the economy is doing well. My OH tells me maxi dresses are back in - we're doomed.

So, are dresses and skirts getting longer or shorter? What are HPC-ers seeing?

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Nearly crashed the car earlier! Bullish in the extreme. Both boom and, er, bust indicated.

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Skirt Length Theory says that short skirts are the fashion when the economy is doing well. My OH tells me maxi dresses are back in - we're doomed.

So, are dresses and skirts getting longer or shorter? What are HPC-ers seeing?

I've long thought that the modern equivalent is people showing their underwear.

Seems a lot less of that around lately.

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Skirt Length Theory says that short skirts are the fashion when the economy is doing well. My OH tells me maxi dresses are back in - we're doomed.

So, are dresses and skirts getting longer or shorter? What are HPC-ers seeing?

What's Mervyn King wearing does he still sport the Ra-ra

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I think I'm beginning to see a pattern emerging. With a few more pictures, I might just get it.

You spelt erection wrong.

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So basically, if women had an ounce of decency they would wear very short skirts to help the recovery..

Except those that are not 'easy on the eye'. Obviously.

Forget the Bankers, we should reserve our distaste for inappropriately demur women .....!!!!!

... I realise the correlation is reversed, but just in case, like.

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Although a recession might mean longer hem-lines, I was wondering if less disposable income might mean we see fewer tramp-stamps? Personally I can't see the attraction...

Miniskirt and a tart-tat: photo must be pre 2008.

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Although a recession might mean longer hem-lines, I was wondering if less disposable income might mean we see fewer tramp-stamps? Personally I can't see the attraction...

Miniskirt and a tart-tat: photo must be pre 2008.

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Although a recession might mean longer hem-lines, I was wondering if less disposable income might mean we see fewer tramp-stamps? Personally I can't see the attraction...

Miniskirt and a tart-tat: photo must be pre 2008.

Daren't think how that'll look in 30 years. :D

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Skirt Length Theory says that short skirts are the fashion when the economy is doing well. My OH tells me maxi dresses are back in - we're doomed.

So, are dresses and skirts getting longer or shorter? What are HPC-ers seeing?

It was sunny last weekend, start of summer, and I pulled a muscle in my neck from over-exertion.

Is that an answer?

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Neck?

Was that because you kept knocking your helmet off?

Look left, look right, look left, look right, look left, look right, look left, look right, look left, look right, look left, look right, look left, look right, look left, look right, look left, look right, look left, look right, look left, look right, look left, look right, look left, look right, look left, look right, look left, look right, look left, look right, look left, look right, look left, look right, look left, look right, look left, look right, look left, look right, look left, look right, look left, look right, look left, look right, look left, look right, look left, look right, look left, look right, look left, look right, look left, look right.

Oh bu**er, I've sprained my neck.

Any clearer? ;)

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Look left, look right, look left, look right, look left, look right, look left, look right, look left, look right, look left, look right, look left, look right, look left, look right, look left, look right, look left, look right, look left, look right, look left, look right, look left, look right, look left, look right, look left, look right, look left, look right, look left, look right, look left, look right, look left, look right, look left, look right, look left, look right, look left, look right, look left, look right, look left, look right, look left, look right, look left, look right, look left, look right, look left, look right, look left, look right.

Oh bu**er, I've sprained my neck.

Any clearer? ;)

I was, badly, insinuating you were masturbating. Even I don't quite get my attempted double entendre.

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I was, badly, insinuating you were masturbating. Even I don't quite get my attempted double entendre.

Not something that I tend to do when walking down the street :ph34r:

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Daren't think how that'll look in 30 years. :D

It is a useful indicator. "Not very bright and be sure to double-bag".

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It is a useful indicator. "Not very bright and be sure to double-bag".

Hot poker in the eyes territory if you ask me. Wouldn't want to take the chance.

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