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TIM: We are so coordinated!
TIM: That wasn’t a joke, babe. Just an observation. We look like two formal salutes to the black and white cookie.
FAITH: Jerry Seinfeld once said that he loved the black and white cookie because it was two races of flavor living side by side in harmony, and a wonderful thing. LOOK TO THE COOKIE, TIM. LOOK TO THE COOKIE.
TIM: And then he and Elaine fought a woman over a babka. I don’t know if Seinfeld is a good sartorial inspiration. Although I do agree with George that we really should all drape ourselves in velvet.
TIM: You are acting so weird tonight.
FAITH: The truth is, I’m uncomfortable in this.
TIM: Why? You look comfortable! It’s fetching.
FAITH: I am just more accustomed to wriggling around in pleather football pants.
TIM: You can put those on when we get home.
I was going to fug this. And then I was going to give it a Well Played. I was swinging like a tire roped to a tree in some warmly lit Cialis commercial.
In the pro column, as someone said to us on Twitter, it does have an aura of a royal decoration. Our Tweeter likened it to a Tudor tapestry; I would’ve gone for wallpaper or a chair covering somewhere in Windsor Castle. It’s sumptuous. But then we get to the cons: What is happening with her left boob? Does the high waist on the skirt seem constricting to anyone else? Is the whole thing royal in the way where you suspect this is the wrapping paper the Queen has used on everyone’s birthday gifts since 1968?
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What do you think?