Cafe patrons' ages

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How old are you?

21 or under
12
3%
21 - 35
59
16%
35 - 50
91
25%
50 - 65
150
41%
Over 65
50
14%
None of your BeesWax
2
1%
 
Total votes : 364

Re: Cafe patrons' ages

Postby gabbyd65 » Sun Feb 04, 2018 4:20 am

Just found this site and joined today, 2/3/2018. I'm 73 and will be 74 in October. I have worn skirts off and on for about 40 years. Found them to be quite comfortable and so much cooler in hot weather. I look forward to finding my way through the threads and posting when I think I have something to add. Glad I found the site.
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Re: Cafe patrons' ages

Postby oldsalt1 » Sun Feb 04, 2018 4:04 pm

Welcome to the café. I think you will find quite a few of us in your age group. What part of the world are you from :welcome:
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Re: Cafe patrons' ages

Postby Mike » Mon Feb 05, 2018 11:07 am

Welcome to our little corner of the web!
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Who the hell is 'society' anyway?
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Re: Cafe patrons' ages

Postby weeladdie18 » Sun Apr 08, 2018 1:52 pm

gabbyd65 wrote:Just found this site and joined today, 2/3/2018. I'm 73 and will be 74 in October. I have worn skirts off and on for about 40 years. Found them to be quite comfortable and so much cooler in hot weather. I look forward to finding my way through the threads and posting when I think I have something to add. Glad I found the site.


Hello gabbyd65 ... I have joined the forum a couple of months after you. My experience is probably on the same timescale as yours.

I am a couple of years younger than you and Live in Cornwall S W. U. K. ....I will look out for your posts. weeladdie18
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Re: Cafe patrons' ages

Postby weeladdie18 » Sun Apr 08, 2018 2:13 pm

Mike wrote:Welcome to our little corner of the web!
Mike wrote:Welcome to our little corner of the web!
gabbyd65 wrote:Just found this site and joined today, 2/3/2018. I'm 73 and will be 74 in October. I have worn skirts off and on for about 40 years. Found them to be quite comfortable and so much cooler in hot weather. I look forward to finding my way through the threads and posting when I think I have something to add. Glad I found the site.


Well Mike, I never thought I would spend my retirement wearing my favourite skirt and relaxing under the palm trees in cyber space.

There is something strange here. Gabby's Quote is appearing in your quote...

......... Mike......I am assuming you were referring to the Old Folks Corner of the webb. ...........weeladdie
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Re: Cafe patrons' ages

Postby gabbyd65 » Sun May 20, 2018 1:23 am

Sorry for the long delay in answering what corner of the world I'm from but a bout of poor health slowed me down a bit. Just a nasty bit of the flu but it sure took it's time leaving me. I reside in Massachusetts USA. Looks as if there are members from all over, that is good to see, it means we are not as alone as many of us thought.
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Re: Cafe patrons' ages

Postby bridkid » Mon Jul 16, 2018 6:48 pm

1967 vintage
If it aint Yorkshire, it's crap!
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Re: Cafe patrons' ages

Postby weeladdie18 » Fri Jul 20, 2018 1:53 am

Hi Brit Kid ,I live in S W Cornwall. ...probably nearly old enough to be your father...many of us have been skirting for years....The traditional full
below the knee summer skirt with an elastic waist band is ideal for the " man in skirts "......cool for the summer weather..worn with all
male garments and a traditional male jacket with pockets ....perhaps some kind of sporran.....

Summer skirts are available from charity shops at £5 each........You may see one other man in a skirt in a year......weeladdie
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