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Is He Serious?!?

So this guy makes a pair of jeans and puts his name on the back pockets. OK. That's fine. That's been happening since the beginning of denim jeans with Levi Strauss. HOWEVER I have to say, this guy has crossed the line. Have you seen Ed Hardy Jeans?



Seriously?
I mean, come on!

If you have these jeans, I don't mean to offend. It's just a fashion choice I find puzzling. I know that if I wore these jeans there would be more of Mr. Hardy then he intended. My back-side would show his full first name and his middle initial!

I think I'll stick with my little red Levi's tab, thank you very much.

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27 comments:

  1. Obviously, these jeans are made for skinny bitches. If I wore em' he could also fit his social security number on it. NEXT to the name, not below it.

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  2. Like I need anything like that making my butt seem any larger!

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  3. It should say, "does this signature across my a$$ make my butt look big?!" LOL ;)

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  5. Oh man!
    I am thinking the same thing, that mine would have plenty of room for the brand Ed Hardy and the designer Christian Audigier's name too.
    What an ass! LOL!

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  6. Doesn't Ed know that only VERTICAL signatures are slimming???

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  7. Well, I guess if I was skinny enough that I could look good in them I would wear them Who wouldn't right? Unfortunately, I am not lucky enough to want a pair.

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  8. it's almost as bad as the sweat pants with "baby girl" written on the back.

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  9. Os this for real? I didn't even want Sergios Valente THAT big! LOL
    Found you through Marcy. Stopped by to check you out. I like your blog :) Love Tristan Prettyman!

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  10. Are those real jeans? They are hideous. Never.

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  11. This post makes me smile. I guess some ladies like to be stared at. For good or for bad. There is an old saying. There is no such thing as bad publicity. I'm not sure about that.

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  12. LOL...I'm with Blarney! I need as little attention to my backside as possible...

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  13. Last time I took a workout class the woman with the J Lo butt in front of me had Get on one sweatpant cheek and In on the other. Charming. I think I'd rather wear these jeans than that!
    ~Mary

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  14. OMG... high fashion??? I guess it equals ugly. Those, IMO are just ugly and unnecessary.

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  15. WTH?

    Nothing like having a marquee splashed across your ass to announce your arrival. Or departure.

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  16. Yea... dont mean to offend either BUT c'mon?? These are horrible!! Who would wear them? Yea... you could fit his address on the back of mine! LOL

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  17. I'd hate to sit down in those things. I know the designer is hot in some circles, not mine though.

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  18. and they were priced at $180 (WTF for a pair of jeans), but I guess we are not the only ones that that it was crazy, because they are on sale for $108.99 now... a saving of $71.01! Well in that case... still Hell no! I could get his whole name, and his entire family tree on my butt!

    Hey, your butt just called, and your jeans are ugly!

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  19. This is for the girl who is really concerned with what label she has on and she wants you to know it too. Fugly!

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  20. Words across the butt should only be worn by toddlers. I do not love seeing "Juicy" written across a woman's behind. Not flattering!

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  21. That is hysterical! I don't know, I think my husband would find it a little disconcerting if I was walking around with some other dude's name written across my butt!!

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  22. If they said "HARDLY" then maybe yes. But still probably no no no.

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  23. um, yeah. Same here...I'll stick with me ol' pal Levi Strauss.

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  24. Thank you. I'm from the Levi's generation too! And red tab, not orange.

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  25. I am not an advertising billboard - I am a woman!

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