Showering is postponed indefinitely. Luckily for you all, who are reading this on a screen.
The Borg? That was Patrick Stewart, NOT Mr. Shatner! Come ON, Mr. Hamill!!!— Kelly Sedinger (@Jaquandor) October 10, 2017
Well, might as well bring a third franchise into the mix.... :) pic.twitter.com/Q8Yfcy0jc3— Kelly Sedinger (@Jaquandor) October 10, 2017
Raw denim is a true nerd’s category of clothing, the rare subset of fashion that is the domain mostly of men, and thus overrun by complicated terminology and geeks eager to tell you you’re doing it wrong. Basically, though, what “raw” amounts to is denim that wasn’t washed to soften it up (and remove excess indigo dye) before it was sent out into the world — though mine had been Sanforized, or soaked, to pre-shrink them. Raw denim is also usually made of nearly pure cotton — so minimal-to-no Lycra or spandex or what have you, the stuff that gives stretchy jeans their elasticity. What you lose in immediate flexibility, you gain in durability: They’re harder to stretch, but also harder to stretch out. My pair arrived on my doorstep deep blue, stiff, and difficult. Then it became my job to find the patience and persistence to wear them into shape.