popsock

popsock

(ˈpɒpˌsɒk)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) Brit a knee-length nylon sock, worn under trousers
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It is also how he thinks he can prove that he is not the Popsock Perv, which in reality, will prove nothing of the kind and only make him a sideshow freak enriching an ambitious reporter.
All the M girls are sporting a fishnet popsock with a strappy sandal in the office
A law unto themselves Michael Mann's compulsive drama chronicles the careers of Depression-era criminals PUBLIC ENEMIES FRIDAY, SKY MOVIES PREMIERE, 10am/8pm MOVIE OF THE WEEK We tend to think of bank robbers as being people with half a GCSE and their sister's popsocks over their faces, sticking a banana in a cashier's face and then bumping into a door on their way out.
85 a week and the reason she gave me was she finds it difficult to put her popsocks on in the morning.
No longer all pigtails and popsocks,Emma Bunton is now brandishing a sexier image and a more mature musical output
Now a little tip if you can't face the full-on fashion look - why not buy fishnet or patterned popsocks so you get little glimpse of the fashion statement under trousers without having to go the whole hog?
Studded belt, pounds 15 from Miss Selfridge, Popsocks, pounds 6 for pack of three, from Marks and Spencer, Quilted clutch bag, pounds 18 from Miss Selfridge Bangles, pounds 6 for set by Freedom from Topshop
They're as 80s as popsocks and as Norwegian as, erm A-Ha.
For whatever it is that tweaks your goosebumps be it popsocks or Pot Noodles, nothing can be more invidious, more unnerving andnigh tmarish than that of the ambitious woman.