Bryan Ferry – Boys and Girls

While there’s no doubt that Mr. Ferry, and Boys and Girls in particular, virtually defines a kind of languid, sophisticated cool, the most effortlessly cool thing I saw in the Derby charity shops was the disabled man, accompanied by his parents, who, like us, was making a Thrifty Day of it going from store to store. He wore a bright blue t-shirt with white lettering reading: I’M AUTISTIC.

Brilliant. Say it loud, brother!

Derby is blessed with at least eight chazzas, nonetheless this fairly common item (from the city’s Bernardos) was all I managed to thrift–oh well, he will no doubt be happy joining his frères dans le tourne disque bibliothèque d’Asbo.

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Published in: on August 30, 2011 at 8:13 am  Leave a Comment  

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