The sun rose at 6, but it’s now 12:30. He rolled out of bed, to a floor that was dirty. He put on his sneakers and backwards trucker hat. But this man’s no trucker, just some bro in a frat. He stumbled downstairs where his bros all did cheer. “The semester is over! There’s more time for beer!” He high-fived and fist-bumped and started to drink. Then paused just a moment to puke in the sink. With stomach now empty, and brain-power dim. He rousted his bros for a trip to the gym.
There are some who’ve predicted the demise of the lounge suit and even those who say it’s already dead, but don’t get the menswear defibrillator just yet. This old-timer has a pulse. Its strength is its adaptability; the lounge suit is a constantly evolving menswear staple and should provide us with stylish formalwear options for some time yet. But how is this the case, and what exactly is it anyway?
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Car sales growth in Western Europe will be tempered this year by political uncertainty surrounding Italy and a new emissions test cycle which is leading to higher readings of carbon dioxide pollution (CO2), forecasters LMC Automotive said. LMC has lowered its full-year forecast for 2018 sales growth in Western Europe to 1.7 percent from 1.8 percent last month, LMC’s European analyst David Oakley said on Tuesday.