Monday, October 06, 2014

Magpie Tales #240: The Getaway Dress

Guacamole Gulch Fashion Catalog
"Clothing for the unimaginable" 


 

THE GETAWAY DRESS
ON SALE $59.95 (includes shipping and handling)

Exclusive to us, our getaway dress is made with hand ground dyes specially chosen to match your escape requirements. Comes in asphalt grey, concrete grey, desert sand, camouflage and ochre.  The tightly woven non-flammable fabric resists pilling, snagging and blood stains. Skirt buttons can be worn open for fence climbing and wall scaling or modestly buttoned up, once on the other side. Goes well matched with running shoes or hiking boots. Gathered pocket neatly conceals a hand gun and box cutter if desired. Drop flat on the ground wearing our dress and disappear into the landscape. Machine wash; dry on low setting and it's ready for your next adventure. 


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14 comments:

  1. Excellent. This made me smile. :-)

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  2. Move over J. Peterman...

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  3. Oh yes, we must all get one of those runaway dresses! Quickly!

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  4. you got it...:)

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  5. Great ad copy ... I enjoyed this!!

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  6. Superrbb!!! so different and really 'out-of-the-box' take!!!

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  7. No one recognised tin - legs Bader in this guise , his thirty eighth attempt to swim the Grande !

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  8. Face it; you can write...

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  9. Ohhhh, I love it! The first one that has made me smile. Don't we all need a getaway dress?

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  10. Very clever. You should put one of these Getaway Dresses in your travel bag.

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    1. Zouka would figure out a way to make it look glamorous.

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  11. Really? You lived in Bend once upon a time? Tell me more please ....

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    1. 1988/1989. It was a lot more rustic in those days. I think it's become a much more
      interesting and diverse place than it was.

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  12. OMG! I want one.
    I love your writing!!!
    Barbara

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