Harvester of Sorrow

March 26, 2012 6:53 am
I still assert that, historically speaking, the Napoleonic Wars was the height of dandy male fashion.

I still assert that, historically speaking, the Napoleonic Wars was the height of dandy male fashion.

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    wHy DOn’T BoYs DrEss LiKe DiS AnYmooooRE????????????????
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    *cries because it’s wrong* *smiles because they’re still hot as hell*
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    Tbh, none of these are historically accurate.
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    The Napoleonic Wars: when collars were so high that men could only kill the chap directly in front of them.