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    Quote Originally Posted by Biro View Post
    He would eat with a knife and fork and not put his elbows on the table. He would never wear his hat indoors or ever open an umbrella indoors either. A parting in his hair to the one side. Always carried a clean cloth handkerchief. Polished his shoes before going out. All clothes had to be ironed with a crease in trousers. Possibly collars starched. A penny placed in new purses or wallets. Never played cards on a Sunday. Short back and sides and possibly wore Brylcreem. Would always open the door for a woman and would never pass anybody on stairs.
    That takes me back, collars and shirts were separate, attached by collar studs, and went to the laundry, washing machines were rubbish. I used to get two shirts and five collars to see the school week out, you had double cuffs with cuff links so you could turn them the other way.

    Ian was a fiery, red haired, Scotsman who was always going to be either a ships engineer or a doctor.
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    As a couple she was the sort who would watch anything introduced by Davinia, he was the type who would rather do almost anything than watch anything introduced by Davinia.
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    30 years ago when I was 35, I got a tattoo. Delicate
    flower fairies and Tiger Lilies encircling my ankle.
    A lovely piece of art.
    Soon after, I was in a store chatting with the salesman
    who was probably 30 years my senior, about this and
    that, yadda, yadda, yadda, and in the course, I proudly
    showed him my new tattoo. His smile dropped, he
    looked at me and said, “Oh, you’re one of those girls”
    •~~•~~•~~•~~•~~•~~•
    ‘Every man is guilty
    of all the good he did not do’

    Voltaire

  4. #14
    Quote Originally Posted by TuesdayEve View Post
    30 years ago when I was 35, I got a tattoo. Delicate
    flower fairies and Tiger Lilies encircling my ankle.
    A lovely piece of art.
    Soon after, I was in a store chatting with the salesman
    who was probably 30 years my senior, about this and
    that, yadda, yadda, yadda, and in the course, I proudly
    showed him my new tattoo. His smile dropped, he
    looked at me and said, “Oh, you’re one of those girls”
    How things have changed! A welcome change...
    Sometimes in the waves of change we find our new direction...
    - unknown

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