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Photo-a-day 295: Extensive destruction



by sjhoward

This is the 1,858th post. It was published at 20:45 on Monday, 22nd October 2012.

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This is the label from Wendy’s new jeans. If I bought clothes that had been extensively destroyed before I bought them, I’d be looking for a refund. Apparently, though, it makes these particular jeans more desirable!

I know I forgot to post a picture yesterday – it’s the Sunday curse striking again. I’ll post an extra photo to make up the numbers either later today or tomorrow.

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