A Hobbit's Tale
When Mr. Bilbo Baggins of Bag End announced that he would shortly be celebrating his eleventy-first birthday with a party of magnificence, there was much talk and excitement in Hobbiton....
The party was a success, after which Bilbo left in a hurry to travel to Rivendell, the home of the elves.
His nephew, Frodo was entrusted with the One Ring that the family kept carefully hidden in their Lord of the Rings Risk game. However, it was time to finally destroy the One Ring, which was the cause of a lot of troubles.
Frodo volunteered to take the One Ring past Sauron's Eye that was always watching to gain the Ring back. Of course, Frodo needed traveling clothes first. His faithful tailor quickly whipped up a vest made out of the finest corduroy and simply cut off the collar of white shirt that fit Frodo well. But the trousers gave the tailor a huge headache. She measured and measured and started drafting the pattern for the travel trousers....but no matter how long she stared at the drawings, she could not bring herself to finish the pattern. In her plight, the tailor turned to Oliver & S and bought the Sailboat Pants pattern. After that it only took a couple of hours to make Mr. Frodo's trousers. Mr. Frodo himself picked out the shiny gold buttons, even though his tailor tried to convince him that traveling with such fancy things might not be the most... authentic.
Obviously the tailor lost that argument.