The Times, November 27, 2018
I am guessing this rather clumsy heading is built on a vague memory of the ‘six-word story’ attributed to Ernest Hemingway: ‘For sale: baby shoes, never worn’. The thing about using a well-known phrase, saying or title, is that you should stick as closely as possible to the original. Thus this should have been
For sale: playboy’s silk pyjamas, hardly worn
Isn’t that an improvement?