The Second Idle Thoughts Of An Idle Fellow: (Jerome K. Jerome Classics Collection)

The Second Idle Thoughts Of An Idle Fellow: (Jerome K. Jerome Classics Collection)

by Jerome K. Jerome


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We laugh at her, but are we so very much better? Come, my superior male friend, have you never stood, amid your wardrobe, undecided whether, in her eyes, you would appear more imposing, clad in the rough tweed suit that so admirably displays your broad shoulders; or in the orthodox black frock, that, after all, is perhaps more suitable to the figure of a man approaching-let us say, the nine-and-twenties? Or, better still, why not riding costume? Did we not hear her say how well Jones looked in his top-boots and breeches, and, "hang it all," we have a better leg than Jones. What a pity riding-breeches are made so baggy nowadays. Why is it that male fashions tend more and more to hide the male leg? As women have become less and less ashamed of theirs, we have become more and more reticent of ours. Why are the silken hose, the tight-fitting pantaloons, the neat kneebreeches of our forefathers impossible to-day? Are we grown more modest-or has there come about a falling off, rendering concealment advisable?

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ISBN-13: 9781508731214
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 03/04/2015
Pages: 138
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.30(d)

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