Thursday, March 13, 2008

L.A. Sign Of The Times #34

11 comments:

  1. Surcie5:42 AM

    Those aren't nearly as cute as the jelly shoes of the 80s.

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  2. Please don't tell me jelly shoes are coming back!

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  3. I had a pink pair of jellies when I was in the 4th grade!!

    Excuse me while I go have a nostaligic moment...

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  4. I had a pair of purple ones and white ones. I was born and raised in California, to this day I can’t figure out what the hell we were thinking while wearing those shoes in 100 degree weather!
    My feet wear always dirty and let’s not talk about the smell… (TMI?)

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  5. Jellies! Holy moly, I haven't seen those in a while. I hope they're not coming back...they're so heinous!

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  6. They're not shoes - they are heavy-duty Saran wrap for feet. Of course, the price shown is close to being right; it's just a little high.

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  7. Anonymous11:07 AM

    And what is the difference between these plastic shoes and the crocs that everyone is wearing -- besides the diaphonous quality and the bulbous look of the crocs? At least these plastic shoes have some style. The crocs are the preferred footwear of the homeless here. (I think they are given them by the local shelter.) I wouldn't wear crocs without a court order.
    Aloha,
    Martha Jane

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  8. Beckie1:07 PM

    O.M.G. - Pleaseeeee tell me jellies are making a come back!! I always wanted a pair when I was a kid but my dad refused to buy them. Excuse me now - Must go look for my snap bracelets...

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  9. Are Jellies back in style. I would wear those before I would ever put on Crocs. Plus, Crocs cost $30 for the name brand ones.

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  10. They're only comfortable if you wear them with hard plastic socks.

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  11. I see we have some jelly haters on board.

    I've never owned a pair so I have no idea what they're like. But I thought Traci's comment was purdy funny.

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