Boys Of The `70s Never Had A Chance [Pic]

Submitted by: fancylad 5 years ago Funny

And they wonder why Generation X was so disenfranchised--look at the clothes they were raised in!
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Female 177
Aw how cute!
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Male 14
should actually read the girls of the 70`s never had a chance... PLAYERS
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Male 696
Them some Fancy Lads...
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Male 397
Holy poo; STYLIN`!
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Male 958
class in another time, was more to appear more structured at interesting, very straight and correct design yet had no emotion, it was like style with no words to express itself right...
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Male 25,416
I would have loved to have that as a kid!
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Male 928
Generation X came after this...
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Male 17,512
That explains a lot LJ, explains a lot.
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Male 27
Damn hipsters.
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Male 723
*Forehead meets table at velocity, rinse and repeat*

Oh gawd, I had almost buried those memories for good. Yep, I was forced to wear a pinstriped, wine colored, polyester dress suit every Sunday. OH, THE HUMANITY!! Never had a chance.

Thanks I-A-B, now it`ll take me another 30-something years to repress that memory, again. Who`s going to pay for my therapy, now?

Bastiges.

8-) LJ
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Female 584
Jinkies!
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Male 417
Spiffy!
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Male 37,888

@ Draculya ~ thanks for the support, but I was really trying to making a joke about how gay they all looked in the 70`s. Those tight nut hugger short-shorts & mid-driff tshirt. Sex-EEEEE
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Male 622
only at goodwill you can get a full suit for 8.99$
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Male 153
I`d wear that.
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Male 66
more like " he`ll look like grandma wont chose his clothes again"
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Male 411
...if granny won`t know him, does that mean he can tap dat?
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Male 2,859
... tell me about it ...
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Male 90
Thought it looked pretty cool xD
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Male 14,773
@Gerry1of1 there`s nothing wrong with a gay person dressing conservatively. We all express ourselves in our own ways. There is no fundamental reason why we must express our private preferences in a public way.
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Male 3,081
Yup, it wasn`t a good look. I remember being in primary school and being sent wearing purple trousers and flowery shirts with huuuuuge collars. Everything was made of nylon and I had to be really careful of walking around in my socks in case i then electrocuted anyone with all the static that had built up....in fact I had one nylon jumper that when i took it off over my head in the dark i could see all blue sparks around my hair.
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Male 945
You know, I actually remember wearing these when I was a kid. The weird thing is I specifically remember feeling like a super hero because of the "utility" belt. Yeah, I was stylin`.
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Male 1,045
I wish those were around when I was a kid.
damn tuxedos
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Male 453
Mini-pimps. That`s freakin funny!
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Male 17,512
I thank God that my mom had better taste in clothes than this.
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Male 6,737
ahaha, they look like minipimps.
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Male 249
Young pimps
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Male 220
There is a photo of me wearing #4 on Christmas Day 1974 (aged 3). It is not on the Internet, thank ghu, but I have it in a a safely secured undisclosed location.
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Male 4,902
80s were worse
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Male 1,311
I still wear mine
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Female 3,696
poor suckers...90`s children clothes are where it`s at ;)
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Male 37,888

I was a teenager in the 70s so too old for those outfits. I dressed more like jocks did, like Bruce Jenner. You know, more `straight` looking.

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Female 1,236
I grew up in the 70`s. I wore pooty, polyester crap like this as well--girls` version. WTF---were all our parents trippin` on shrooms & Gallo wine??
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Female 4,086
women and girls wore ugly crap like that too.
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Male 234
I would wear the poop out of either of those (in my size)
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Male 1,244
"I`m actually jealous."

Same. I wish I grew up back then...
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Male 1,686
L O U D!!!
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Male 769
@angelmassb
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Male 694
HOT DAMN
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Female 1,623
They look super cute!
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Male 7
I`m actually jealous.
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Male 15,510

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Female 1,324
AWW it`s so cuuute!

@chainsaw

some of todays clothes already look pretty stupid >>; hah!
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Male 792
I never wore that poo when I was a kid. My favourite shirt was one that said "Sport" on it in different colours, and had blue sleeves. I wore it so much my dad took to calling me "Sport". Still does to this day.
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Male 3,310
"Fashion is merely a form of ugliness so unbearable that we are compelled to alter it every six months." - Oscar Wilde

I think you`ve discovered fashion. Congratulations.
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Female 3,562
Some one doesn`t know what disenfranchised means.
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Male 3,894
I don`t know what you guys are on about. This stuff is awesome.
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Male 741
Of course, you realize in 20 or 30 years today`s clothes will look just as stupid.
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Male 633
I have school pictures of me in something similar to #4.
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Male 12,365
Makes me glad I`ve never paid any attention to fashion.
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Male 313
Remember the knee patches inside your pants.
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Male 37,888

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!

POLYESTER! NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!
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Male 2,436
Wow, I had the 5.99 outfit!
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Male 3,057
Oh God... my mother used to buy me clothes like this... even in 1974 I knew it was just WRONG.
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Male 772
Fancy, I can`t believe they thought this stuff looked good back in your day...
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Female 1,008
The two on the lower half of the page aren`t so bad! I could totally see myself wearing something like those.
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Male 5,314
haters gonna hate
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Male 19,840
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