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Bloody Johnnie- and his patronising copy...

(9 Posts)
mrsmerryweather Sat 25-Jul-09 13:08:54

Whoever writes the copy for the clothes- PLEASE just give it to me straight.

I want to know- material, zips/buttons,lined or not, and fit.

I do NOT want to know that it's perfect for a quick lunch, that it will make me look good if I have to fling it on over my jeans as I dash out the door, that it's just right for an impromptu informal supper or after-work dinner. (as if....)

I am a grown up- I can make my own mind up what it's suitable for.

Oh- and I decide whether it's FUN or not. angry

sparkybabe Sat 25-Jul-09 13:10:57

And another thing - what's with the photos of clothes where the model is hunched over, hugging her knees? Are we supposed to hazard a guess as to the fit/style/hell, colour of the dress? Cos we damn well can't see it.

Niecie Sat 25-Jul-09 13:13:33

Don't read it. Look at the picture, look at the price, look at what it is made of. That is all listed separately. You don't have to read the blurb. I never do!

maggievirgo Sat 25-Jul-09 13:15:32

I know what you mean. I'll be the judge of what's perfect for lunch in the park, and I hate being told what's sassy

TheProfiteroleThief Sat 25-Jul-09 13:15:43

I think 'fun' usually means wanky stripes/spots/colours.

All made for middle aged child/women ime

cornsillk Sat 25-Jul-09 13:27:39

'Fun' means avoid where Boden is concerned.

LynetteScavo Sat 25-Jul-09 13:32:25

I see Johnnie is now a "fashion geek"


BadgersArse Sat 25-Jul-09 17:36:05

Enid used to write it

whelk Sat 25-Jul-09 20:22:37

Indeed 'fun' does indeed mean avoid. And that wanky "is it something I said" if like me you don't order anything...Yuck!

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