Discussion in 'The Bar' started by Bye You!, Mar 6, 2012.
Crochet shower caps
Seems like your hair would still get wet, though.
that's not new...lol
Crochet, I said. Not the plastic kind them hood rats used to be wearing.
I thought it read Crotch shower caps at first
I'll be on the lookout for those as well as I traverse the ghettos of this fine city.
You're the Urban Jane Goodall...
Those crocheted things have been a staple of Rastafarian types for a long time though...
If you're going to wear one, make it a full-on Rasta hat.
LOL! and yup
Fat people should not wear orange .... and I have it on good authority to say so...
Look at how small that kid's hands are compared to the rest of him
But it's not a Rasta hat. 1-she's not a Rasta
2- it's LILAC!!!!
How long before Beth starts wearing these hideous head coverings?
at urban Jane Goodall. I shall do my best to document my discoveries in photos.
I was ninjered on the pics...I had to edit...
I do remember late 70's early 80's, when it seemed like all the blaecks were wearing shower caps around, I guess for Jeri curls or Sulper 8 or something...
more subway fun?
The mental image I had with your comment on them still getting wet had me all
most fashion starts in the ghetto these days; however, it moves from the ghetto to the sweatshops in China so fast that it has a hard time establishing a "look"
but most clothes manufacturers have their eye on the "ghetto" to see what's next.
As pointed out by others, the knitted cap has been around for a while.
I would however like to point out the latest ghetto fashion that I encounter on an almost daily basis with my work. This new fashion sensation that is taking the areas of plight by storm is full pajamas and house shoes in public...
...I mostly see teenage girls wearing this ghet-up, but its becoming more ubiquitous in the adult population from my observations.
I remember a time when the only people who wore pajamas in public were people going from the hospital to their car, or complete deranged mental cases.