Happy New Year 2018

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Happy New Year 2018

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Happy New Year to you all from Edinburgh.

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skirtingtoday wrote:Happy New Year to you all from Edinburgh.
Ross
And a Happy New Year to you Ross and to all of the fantastic folks who reside here at the SkirtCafe.

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A Happy New Year to all the skirters from SkirtCafe. Or in my previous local lingo: Een Gelukkig Nieuwjaar.

I hope we have a short winter, just long and cold enough to kill off the nasty creepers from behind the base boards and from the wet basements. Then skirt-worthy weather.
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Happy New Year to you and your. Have a great 2018
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Wishing you all a Healthy 2018
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And from Toronto, a happy new year to all, and may we later say it was!
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And from Melbourne down under.

John
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Happy New Year :) ("Gelukkig nieuw jaar" in Dutch)
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Happy January First! :P
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....and in the words of Flanders & Swann in their hilarious 'Song of the Weather'.....'Bloody January again'. We've just had our 49th Wedding anniversary. Next one is our Big Golden., Deo Vivere.

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moonshadow wrote:Happy January First! :P
Just had to be different, didn't ya? Being different is kind of a thing with you, ain't it? I suppose next you'll be telling us you wear girl's clothes or something, right? There's just no end of it with your type, I tell you what.
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Daryl wrote:Just had to be different, didn't ya? Being different is kind of a thing with you, ain't it? I suppose next you'll be telling us you wear girl's clothes or something, right? There's just no end of it with your type, I tell you what.
Well, you know me, I do define my own character. Although there is one error in your comment. My choice in dress actually quite normal, very few people wear clothes belonging to the opposite sex. Most people wear their own clothes, myself included.... :wink:

I do not own a single piece of "women's clothes". All my clothes belong to me. :lol: :P
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Now Moon, you're now splitting hairs on the use of the phrase "women's clothing". The most common meaning is not clothes owned by a woman but clothes designed or marketed or expected for a woman to wear. That is skirts, for example, in our western society are normally expected only for women to wear so to call them women's clothes would be usual.

BTW, just pulling ya ( sticking out of the skirt ) leg.
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moonshadow wrote:
Daryl wrote:Just had to be different, didn't ya? Being different is kind of a thing with you, ain't it? I suppose next you'll be telling us you wear girl's clothes or something, right? There's just no end of it with your type, I tell you what.
Well, you know me, I do define my own character. Although there is one error in your comment. My choice in dress actually quite normal, very few people wear clothes belonging to the opposite sex. Most people wear their own clothes, myself included.... :wink:

I do not own a single piece of "women's clothes". All my clothes belong to me. :lol: :P
But from your self-reported purchasing habits most of them seem to have originally belonged to women, so they are still women's clothes too, by the cumulative principle of history... :ugeek:
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Daryl wrote:But from your self-reported purchasing habits most of them seem to have originally belonged to women
Incorrect.... most of my clothes belonged to the GoodWill corporation as well as other retail outlets.

To my knowledge corporations and other business entities are one of the few things humans have not assigned gender to... (but give us time... legally the U.S. already considers them "people"!) :wink:
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