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Oh. Hell. No.

I beg to differ.

Somebody might be making them again, but they are not "back."

We've finally recovered from high-cuffed jeans, and are clawing our way away from those gawd-awful bubble skirts. Can we just have a couple of years this decade without any hideous fashion mistakes?


As fond as I am of K, I cannot approve of this abomination.

Matthew Hegge

Say it ain't so!!! End of the universe I tell ya!


They aren't just back, they're from the future! The copyright on their site is 2008.


It was going to happen regardless of my involvement. People demanded them.

It's like the secret Kennedy mistresses, everyone knows they existed, but nobody wanted to talk about them. Secretly, they wanted to know all about the salacious details of their escapades. Nobody would admit to it 'cept when they were randomly left in ditches -- sinking beneath 10 feet of water (minor details).

I can't tell you how much fun E has wandering around the house in Zubaz. I've never seen someone so happy in my entire life. And in every color ...


I hope they make a pair that you can stare at till you see an object like a ship with dolphins jumping out of the water. Crazy ship illusion pants. I can't wait to get mine, then I'm going to become a chef.


Don't forget your Crocs.


Gee, at first I thought the website was a gag -- can't wait to forward to a few friends of mine.


Crocs? If you're going to wear Zubaz, you might as well go all out and get the checker-board Vans while you're at it.

Stuff that was ugly when it was new should never become retro.



I've been rocking the slip-on Vans since I was but a youth; currently the black and white polka dot variety.


Polka dots are timeless. I would never give you grief about that.

The checkerboards, on the other hand, should stay in the 80s where they belong.


Awe. They're not carrying the leopard print ones. Those used to be my favorite.

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