I fell down a YouTube rabbit hole this A.M. & I found this at the bottom.
“One For My Baby" | Sammy Davis Jr.
Sammy does great impersonations here…Nat King Cole, Louis Armstrong, Fred Astaire, etc.!
Is it considered being “in the sticks” if you come across a wild turkey while headed to the beach? (Any normcore Dads out there know if frozen turkey will stay fresh until Thanksgiving?)
So, Mr. Hamm was on a dating game with two other gentleman. To briefly summarize the three wardrobes, Hamm went crewneck, one guy wore a V-neck, but had his dress shirt unbuttoned about half-way down, & the other dude had no t-shirt on. The woman chose the guy with no undershirt. Also, to quote the Slate article, “Jon Hamm was an awkward waiter who couldn’t get a date”. Your honor, the defense rests its case.
Nobody was immune to the center part bowl cut, even Jon Hamm.
Winston what do we think about the undershirt situation here?
Old Time Family Baseball(1.0) was the best sports blog on Tumblr. Best of luck to Mike at MLB.com & hope that version 2.0 is even half as good.
Almost four years ago, I started Old Time Family Baseball on a whim. Sitting at home after some minor surgery, watching a Royals game on MLB.tv, and missing my roommates after moving to Los Angeles, I started this, hoping that it would be nothing more than a way for us to keep in touch.
Blog to book deal: "My War on Normcore": Stories from the front lines(& cashier lines) at GAP.
Whenever Winston Wolfe decries an article of clothing, it’s safe to assume I’m wearing it.
I am normcore personified.
You savages, it’s 2014. Buy a goddamn razor* & take care of yourself.
*an electric razor is acceptable. If you’re a communist.
The wearing of crew neck t-shirts under a button down or polo.
Gentlemen, nothing says, “10th grade picture day”, more than a white crew neck peeking out from under your best shirts.
Give me a V-neck as a second layer or give. me. death!
Letterman & Murray on the 1st episode of Late Night with David Letterman, 2/01/1982
(pic: Nancy Kaye/AP Photo)
Marvin Gaye (April 2, 1939 – April 1, 1984)