are few eyesores that are worse than a man in a wife-beater. I saw two
tonight -- and it was like 20 degrees outside. So apparently the answer
to the question of how cold it has to get for someone to put on a whole
shirt is: for some men, it never gets cold enough.
I think I'm going to
open my own online store, selling wife-beaters with "It's Never Too Cold
to Look Like Shit" written across the front.
You may remember that I ordered my first-ever pair of Viccel socks on Nov. 30 -- a red pair, to wear at Christmas.
Unfortunately, they didn't arrive in time -- or at all. I emailed Viccel's proprietor a few days before Christmas; he informed me that my socks had been mailed on Dec. 2, and asked me to keep him updated.
I emailed him again shortly after New Year's, telling him they still hadn't arrived. He apologized, and wrote that he would send a replacement pair.
They arrived last week, about when I expected. Then, the next day, another pair arrived.
I still had the previous day's empty package on my desk; when I checked the postmark, it was Dec. 2. I have no idea why the first package took two months to arrive. But, thanks to Kamal's generous replacement of the first pair -- which I thought were lost forever, I'm now the proud owner of two pair of scarlet red over-the-calf dress socks.
I haven't worn either yet; I intended for red socks to be for Christmas only, but I'll have to take one pair out for a spin long before then, to see how they feel. Maybe I'll wear them on Valentine's Day; that seems as good a day as Christmas to wear red socks. After that, I suspect that they'll live in a drawer until December. I'll report back after the first wearing. If the fit and feel of Viccel's socks are as good as their customer service, I expect to order more socks from them soon.