Did they wear tights in the 1920s? – 5X Flapper Dress

I doubt it, you would never see any adult man wearing tights and no adult woman would. It never got very far.

One time the reporter came up to me and asked me a question. I was about forty-three or forty-four and a bit rheumatic, and couldn’t hold a job. I felt a bit stupid. And he said, ‘Why are you wearing tights?’ I said they were old. He said, ‘Why are you dressing like a tramp?’ I’m really glad when they wore black clothes in the early days. It was rather better than the black uniform.

The reporter started talking about the great revolution in New York. I looked up, and I said, ‘Yes, of course.’ I had to be careful. I didn’t know I should be the man with the red tie the whole revolution had to bring about. I’m not sure what revolution this was.

They did have black clothes during the day. Everybody had black clothes during the day. And I don’t remember seeing no black shoes. They had shoes at lunch, and they had them at dinner.

One thing that was really odd and weird was the girls. In my line of work I was always in the office alone. And there are girls who, if they’re not at work, they work with boys, and their father is always going on about them getting married and getting children.

There was a girl who was very smart, was one of the girls that the reporters liked most. And she said some things, like, ‘Why aren’t they giving the money to the girls?’ and they said, ‘Because we have so many boys.’ “I don’t know where it comes from. It was like saying, ‘Why aren’t the girls getting married?’ and they said, ‘Why don’t the men? Well, why haven’t they got any?’ There must be something there.

Another thing that was odd is they went into a bar, and the girls stood at the back, and the men went into the front of the bar. I always thought it was a bit odd. And I always asked them—if they were at the bar, and I saw the man who did this, or one of these guys, if he was at the bar, and I saw the woman—did they sit at the table?

This is a bit like the girl who went into the car with this guy. But you couldn’t really tell who was

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