2/23/14

Mini Skirt Monday #179: One Among Many (Part 2)


In Miniskirt Monday 167 we honored the girls who stood alone in their choice of wardrobe - opting to don the greatest garment ever invented over lesser choices (i.e. the dreaded slacks).  As I said back in in October, "Lone miniskirt wearing chick - Retrospace salutes you!"



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"That's right.  You can keep your bell-bottoms.  I'll just keep strutting around in my mini.  We'll see who the boys look at."  She may not be built like Raquel, but she's got the right attitude.

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If ever there were a textbook example of the miniskirt standing out in a crowd, this is it.

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You can tell by her expression.  She knows the mini always wins.

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Okay, some of these pictures violate the premise laid out in the opening paragraph.  I don't expect the guys to wear minis; yet, still she stands alone, one among many.  

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No coincidence she's in the center.  Right where the mini belongs.

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Minis always go to the front of the line.

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Thirty-one guys, and they're all thinking about the same thing. 

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The guy on the bottom left is trying really hard to ignore what's right behind his head.  The temptation to turn around must have been incredible.

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Clothing other than the miniskirt is just Mickey Mouse.  Grown ups stand to the right.

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12 comments:

  1. yes, this is like my high school days... class of '75 - so - three and a half years of FANTASTIC mini skirts! Great pix here... Thanks so much.

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  2. The middle guy in 41 is thinking PANCAKES after brushing hands with Miss Mini!!

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  3. I remember the ROTC gals.

    Always very classy in their uniforms......

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  4. #38 is a depressing photo for me. The nerds have been pushed to the back row and the girl in the miniskirt only has eyes for the jock who looks like Larry Wilcox.

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  5. Another home run. Thanks Gilligan.

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  6. Heh, poor little #29. She looks pretty miserable that she's the lone chick that's going to have to, um, "deal with" all 31 guys.

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  7. These look so much like my own High School yearbook that I had to look at some of the photos twice to make sure they weren't.

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  8. Late for the party again. Class of '79 and don't recall seeing a single mini (or any kind skirt or dress period) on any the hundreds of girls in my high school - not one ! Thanks for nothing girls... At least it was easier to concentrate on my studies.

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  9. They pulled the trigger on my love gun!

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  10. Don't know what's more depressing: the fact that you don't see minis like this anymore, or the fact that all these girls are grandmothers by now. Heavy sigh.

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    1. Take heart. I'm seeing some of those grandmother types in short skirts, knowing they still have the gams for them.

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  11. Great post. My first wife's only redeeming quality was looking smoking hot in miniskirts. Too bad I was only an occasional audience for those minis.... but I digress. (A Molly Ringwald look-alike in miniskirts is a motivation to get laid, but not a foundation for a marriage, as it turns out.)

    The picture with the greatest "contrast" is #25: amidst all those ultra-low hemlines, ultra-high waistlines, and godawful fabric patterns is one woman who might actually enjoy physical contact with another human being... not that there are more than a couple of humans in that room.

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