Ripples of pink

Pro sports tend to make a deal out of October as Breast Cancer Awareness month (except, apparently, the CFL, which will fine you for wearing pink gloves). Don Cherry has, in years past, had a spot of trouble matching his pink tie to a suitably pink jacket, and this year, he seems to continue that trend. Once again, he gave Ron MacLean a bit of an earful for saying the tie was pink, and that consequently his tie didn’t match.

(For once, I agree with Don—the tie is not, in fact, pink—though I personally think, as I have previously, that the mismatch between the tie and the suit jacket is not his biggest problem.)

1 Response to “Ripples of pink”


  1. 1 Jezdamayel 22 January 2011 at 8:10 pm

    I have no idea why, but i enjoy his outfits. some are just awesome others make me want to cry. i just love the color of this one myself.


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