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I Need to Know Where Dev Patel Got His Snail Socks

I will also settle for dating Dev Patel.

Sunny Pawar, Dev Patel, and Dev Patel’s socks at the Golden Globes.
Sunny Pawar, Dev Patel, and Dev Patel’s socks at the Golden Globes.
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It’s a long story, but I have a pet snail, and therefore my friends now know to send me any and all snail-related content.

Sometimes that snail-related content also involves noted longtime crush Dev Patel hanging out with a small child (Sunny Pawar, his costar in Lion) on the Golden Globes red carpet:

So this is a call to the masses: Where can I get these socks? They look like Jimmy Lion; but while the brand is offering a vast array of pineapple, bear, and lobster socks, there is not a diminutive spiral-shelled mollusk among them. These are cute but the amount of snail-per-square-inch is lacking. These are currently sold out. I love Dev’s particular pair because they are true to what a snail actually looks like (none of this cartoon bullshit); they are playful yet maintain a sense of dignity.

This is also a call to Dev Patel, who probably would have this information and even if he doesn’t I don’t really care, just look at that smile, ughhhhh.