Tag Archives: African pattern

Ugly-Pants Alert! Plagues of Egypt, Part II

We wish our Jewish readers a happy Passover. Don’t forget to vote in the poll in Part I, which was our Passover post two years ago.

Our regularly scheduled Theme resumes tomorrow.

Plagues of Egypt, Part II

Ugly-Pants Alert! They Bless the Rains Down in Africa, Part II

You’ll remember these leggings from AIDS Walk 2014.

They Bless the Rains Down in Africa, Part II

Ugly-Pants Alert! Yack-una Matata

The producers of Broadway’s The Lion King called; they want their curtains back.

Yack-una Matata

Ugly-Pants Alert! Afrikaants

Because I can’t figure out what this pattern is supposed to be.

I’m ending our Theme—Indigenous Patterns and Styles—early this week, because I’ll be starting a July 4 extravaganza tomorrow. These bizarre and vaguely African pants have earned their wearer the Specimen of the Week award!

Afrikaants

Ugly-Pants Alert! They Bless the Rains Down in Africa

Hurry, boy, they’re waiting there for you.

They Bless the Rains Down in Africa

Ugly-Pants Poll! Plagues of Egypt

We take a break from our regularly scheduled Theme to wish all of our Red Sea Pedestrians a Happy Passover!

Plagues of Egypt
Who wore it better?

Exhibit A: Tut Tut

Plagues of Egypt, Exhibit A

 

Exhibit B: Cleoputra

Thanks to Phil for the photo.

Plagues of Egypt, Exhibit B