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Thursday, July 16, 2009

What is so Ugly About it

I am talking about the Ugly Sweaters, and I don’t see anything ugly about it. They are very colorful which I think is very nice to wear during a very depressing months. I know some fashionista who will not get caught wearing them but hey, I’m not one of them. No, I’m that that old yet however, I like to wear a very cheerful and happy color on winter months. I actually like the one with the zippers and buttons at the front, plus they are going to keep me warm when I can’t afford paying for electric bills anymore.

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So, why most old people wear this Ugly Christmas Sweaters? Is there anything that I don’t know about? I bet it’s because they are warm and most old (that I know) folks are always cold or they are just too lazy to return them…ha ha ha, just kidding. I should probably buy a few pairs of Mens Ugly Sweaters for my husband because he gets depress during cold months too. Plus, I will not get depress looking at him being depress; it’s a win, win situation. He stays down in the basement most of the time and that is the coldest part of the house on winter. Maybe now, we can save more on electric bill for not getting too cold on winter.

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