First of all, don’t even try this at home if you’re over 30; this is very much a girl’s game - and a girl with great pins, at that.Over 30!
Well, too bad, I'm nearly twice the limit, and I've been relying on socks for nearly the length of time it would take a newborn baby to reach the limit, and nothing can stop me. But I get the point: You can do what you want, but it's not the fashion trend unless you're young enough to be entitled to believe without derangement that you're really cute.
Does this — Helena Bonham Carter, age 43 — seem deranged?
Can I wear these...
... when I'm over 50 and I'm operating in my law professor capacity?
Bonus movie dialogue:
Romy: I can't believe how cute I look.
Michele: I know!
Romy: You know what? This is, like, the cutest we've ever looked.
Michele: Oh, it's definitely the cutest.
Romy: Don't you love how we can say that to each other... and know we're not being conceited?
Michele: Oh, I know. No, we're just being honest.
Michele: Yeah, I let you have the ideas... so you won't feel bad that I'm cuter.
Romy: You are not cuter, Michele.
Michele: I am so cuter. It's, like, common knowledge, Romy. Everybody thinks so. I'm the Mary and you're the Rhoda.
Romy: That's Ridiculous. You're the Rhoda. You're the Jewish one.
Michele: Oh, my God. I'm talking about cuteness-wise, okay? And cuteness-wise, I'm the Mary.
Romy: That's crazy! You have absolutely no proof that you're cuter!
Michele: I can't stand that we're mad at each other. Okay, I'm sorry I said all those things. You're as cute as me. You are. In some cultures, maybe cuter.