Monday, May 2

Courtroom drama

Weighty courtroom dramas that would have been made immeasurably more interesting if French fashion house Comme Des Garcons had got involved


Objection your honour, Counsel is badgering the witness!


Your honour, may I approach the bench?


Move to strike that outburst as unresponsive!


Would the court entertain a request for a brief recess?


Let the record reflect that the witness has identified the defendant.


The evidence is overwhelming. The defense rests its case.

11 Comments:

At 5:03 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

ur my new favorite blogger

 
At 8:11 AM, Blogger j-a said...

hideous. absolutely hideous.

*(applause)*

 
At 8:41 AM, Blogger mb said...

That last outfit was stolen from Strawberry Shortcakes closet.

 
At 1:20 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

How do you do it? How are you so consistently hilarious? And why do you get so LITTLE traffic?! -Maria

 
At 7:46 PM, Blogger missy-j said...

Guilty as charged.

 
At 10:42 PM, Anonymous bohemianlisa said...

No kidding!Since when did being creative involves "ugly"? Sad.

 
At 11:49 PM, Blogger Spirit Fingers said...

Getting little traffic is good! It makes things....cozy..

 
At 4:38 AM, Anonymous Cordelia said...

What was this designer thinking? Let's put Thomas Jefferson, Pris (Daryl Hannah's character from Blade Runner), and the cast of Swan Lake in a blender, and PRESTO!!!

Ugggg.

 
At 12:46 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The thing is, I remember looking at a Comme des Garcons layout in '87, and thinking "what ugly, depressing, clunky, cruel shoe fashion this is," Then two years later it was heroin chic and big construction worker shoes everywhere you looked.
(feeling of impending doom)
Atmikha

 
At 5:00 PM, Blogger Jeku said...

Wow, this definitely made my night. Thanks for the laugh!

 
At 5:24 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

>>Getting little traffic is good! It makes things....cozy..

Heh, I guess. At least the people who read you get you all to ourselves... right? ;) --Maria

 

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