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Fashion: ferret and wear it…

May 26, 2009

Blog Guy, is it just me, or does it seem like these days you don’t see as many ferrets in fashion shows as you used to?

No, I see just as many ferrets as ever.

What about roosters? I’m not seeing so many of those, either.

I don’t know what kind of fashion shows you go to, but I’m seeing more roosters than ever on the runways. Look at this weekend show. Roosters, ferrets, snakes, porcupines…

Really? And what about ring-tailed lemurs?

LEMURS? Lemurs at a fashion show? Right. You just don’t get it, do you, slick?

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Above: A model holds a ferret during the Defile.zoo fashion show in the zoo in St. Petersburg May 24, 2009. The show featured creations by local designers who promoted clothes made out of natural materials and without the use of fur.

Left: A model holds a rooster during the show.

REUTERS photos by Alexander Demianchuk

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Comments

I’d kill to see how the feathers of that rooster look in a costume! Well, actually… I’d probably have to…

Never mind!

Posted by M | Report as abusive
 

I was totally naked, just out of the shower & noticed the house on fire. Oh God! Save the rooster! I’ll just throw on this cocktail (get the pun?) dress from last night & my business shoes and run outside.

Posted by Donna | Report as abusive
 

@Donna, if just out of the shower you/she look/s like this, please invite me over anytime!!

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