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prez experiments with golf kilt look

Postby dillon » Thu Sep 05, 2019 4:00 pm

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He's definitely a sharpie dresser...
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Re: prez experiments with golf kilt look

Postby Fred in Skirts » Thu Sep 05, 2019 5:33 pm

I don't see the point of this at all. Did your three year old do this????
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Postby dillon » Fri Sep 06, 2019 4:31 am

Fred in Skirts wrote:I don't see the point of this at all. Did your three year old do this????

My apologies, Fred. I made a faulty assumption that folks were aware of the Sharpie-altered hurricane map the president used in lieu of admitting his geographic faux pas...out of vanity we can only presume. Not quite sure how you might have missed it. It has been a recent source of national amusement and parody. I just gave it a Skirt Cafe spin. If you google “Sharpiegate” you’ll understand and get a chuckle. Or maybe not...whatever.
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Postby denimini » Fri Sep 06, 2019 5:22 am

There is certainly a lot of humour about SharpieGate online, now one with a MIS tilt. I got a laugh, but then I might have a funny sense of humour.
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Re: prez experiments with golf kilt look

Postby Fred in Skirts » Fri Sep 06, 2019 5:54 am

dillon wrote:
Fred in Skirts wrote:I don't see the point of this at all. Did your three year old do this????

My apologies, Fred. I made a faulty assumption that folks were aware of the Sharpie-altered hurricane map the president used in lieu of admitting his geographic faux pas...out of vanity we can only presume. Not quite sure how you might have missed it. It has been a recent source of national amusement and parody. I just gave it a Skirt Cafe spin. If you google “Sharpiegate” you’ll understand and get a chuckle. Or maybe not...whatever.


No problem Dillon, I don't follow the on-line political crap nor the national snews media. I also am of the opinion that we here at the cafe are above childish behavior. :D :D
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Postby crfriend » Fri Sep 06, 2019 9:19 am

Hmmmm. "Sharpiegate"... I hadn't even heard of that. I read one story about the matter where it referenced a number of POTUS gaffes including another I'd not heard where he commented about "taking control of the airports during the Revolutionary War". The mind boggles. Where is this madness going to end? Airports in the 18th Century? {hangs head}
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Postby r.m.anderson » Fri Sep 06, 2019 3:02 pm

crfriend wrote:Hmmmm. "Sharpiegate"... I hadn't even heard of that. I read one story about the matter where it referenced a number of POTUS gaffes including another I'd not heard where he commented about "taking control of the airports during the Revolutionary War". The mind boggles. Where is this madness going to end? Airports in the 18th Century? {hangs head}


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Postby dillon » Sun Sep 08, 2019 1:57 pm

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Postby crfriend » Sun Sep 08, 2019 4:25 pm

A sharpei? Ssssss. That was a really bad pun. (Where's a groaning smiley when one needs it?)
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Re: prez experiments with golf kilt look

Postby Fred in Skirts » Sun Sep 08, 2019 5:46 pm

crfriend wrote:A sharpei? Ssssss. That was a really bad pun. (Where's a groaning smiley when one needs it?)


Your the one who controls the smilies...
So when can you add one?????? :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: prez experiments with golf kilt look

Postby Chirp » Sun Sep 08, 2019 7:36 pm

I would like to see the media lose there mind if trump came out wearing a Red make America great Kilt.
The left would have to fight back with Kilt or a Skirt of there own,
No one mess's with a big guy in kilt
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Re: prez experiments with golf kilt look

Postby oldsalt1 » Sun Sep 08, 2019 10:47 pm

I am staying out of this one. I am just posting pictures of my outfits on other blogs.
I realize that I have to get used to and accept this boring type of humor.

That is mainly because I'm going to have to put it for almost 6 more years until President Trump's successor is inaugurated on Jan 21 2025.

And gee isn't that a very" Pencive" thought
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Postby Sinned » Mon Sep 09, 2019 12:36 pm

Dan, you should be over here - our MP's at the moment are the greatest bunch of comedians ever, ever, ever. Last week Jeremy Paxman ( an interviwer with a rather acidic style ) had a programme called "Why are our MP's so crap?" on Channel 5. I don't know if you Americans have access to it on the internot catchup but if you do please watch it as it really is a revelation. Even some MP's admit that they are crap and that they have a bad image. And in a survey on whether we think our MP's are honest only a meager 10% of those surveyed thought they were. To be honest their antics at the moment seem to prove the point. All this about passing bills to outlaw a no deal Brexit may be academic because it's extremely unlikely that an agreement will be reached even if a way around the NI backstop [0] can be found. As to whether the EU would agree to another extension even if we asked for one is a moot point and maybe unlikely. Why should they agree? What's in it for them to do so. That was the flaw in passing the no deal Brexit bill. BOJo has said that he'd rather be caught dead in a ditch than ask for an extension. With the ending of the last parliamentary session imminent time looks like overtaking events. I don't think that UK politics will ever be the same again. Ironically BoJo's stance could backfire one way or another as he is maintaining that all he is trying to do is the mandate of the referendum and take us out of the EU. That a deal cannot be reached is a side effect and the blame lies as much with the EU as with the MP's. It takes two to tango. And Steve, I want an agreement but if there is too much distance between parties then a no deal exit, however distasteful, may be inevitable.

Trump appears rather sane in comparison.

[0] Look it up if you are interested. It involves the border between Ireland which is in the EU and Northern Ireland which won't be after Brexit. I'm not going to try and explain it here.
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Re: prez experiments with golf kilt look

Postby Gusto10 » Mon Sep 09, 2019 1:20 pm

Sinned wrote:Dan, you should be over here - our MP's at the moment are the greatest bunch of comedians ever, ever, ever. Last week Jeremy Paxman ( an interviwer with a rather acidic style ) had a programme called "Why are our MP's so crap?" on Channel 5. I don't know if you Americans have access to it on the internot catchup but if you do please watch it as it really is a revelation. Even some MP's admit that they are crap and that they have a bad image. And in a survey on whether we think our MP's are honest only a meager 10% of those surveyed thought they were. To be honest their antics at the moment seem to prove the point. All this about passing bills to outlaw a no deal Brexit may be academic because it's extremely unlikely that an agreement will be reached even if a way around the NI backstop [0] can be found. As to whether the EU would agree to another extension even if we asked for one is a moot point and maybe unlikely. Why should they agree? What's in it for them to do so. That was the flaw in passing the no deal Brexit bill. BOJo has said that he'd rather be caught dead in a ditch than ask for an extension. With the ending of the last parliamentary session imminent time looks like overtaking events. I don't think that UK politics will ever be the same again. Ironically BoJo's stance could backfire one way or another as he is maintaining that all he is trying to do is the mandate of the referendum and take us out of the EU. That a deal cannot be reached is a side effect and the blame lies as much with the EU as with the MP's. It takes two to tango. And Steve, I want an agreement but if there is too much distance between parties then a no deal exit, however distasteful, may be inevitable.

Trump appears rather sane in comparison.

[0] Look it up if you are interested. It involves the border between Ireland which is in the EU and Northern Ireland which won't be after Brexit. I'm not going to try and explain it here.

I do wonder what the MP's want. They don't want a no deal B, they have not provided a good alternative. All I can say is that they have created a huge mess so Boris only has one alternative and go and ask for an extension to which the EU might say no and than there is still a no-deal Brexit. Doesn't Marxist Corbyn realise such?
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Re: prez experiments with golf kilt look

Postby Fred in Skirts » Mon Sep 09, 2019 6:06 pm

The MP's like the Congress of the US are all for what they can get for themselves and to HE!! with the people that they are supposed to be representing. They will never get anything done in a proper manner or in a proper time frame, it isn't expedient for them.
AND IT NEVER WILL BE!!! :x
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