The Girly Thread

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Re: The Girly Thread

Postby Dot » Tue Jun 19, 2012 2:58 pm

::):

Well it seems Madge upset a few people in recent times with her skimpy knickers that revealed a saggy behind.
She also flashed one of her boobs on stage so some people were unimpressed.

Whatever floats your boat and all that and think she still looks pretty well in some respects.
Maybe once you get to 50 plus you can't really dress like Rihanna and hope to get away wih it no matter how fit you are.
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Re: The Girly Thread

Postby robertpool » Tue Jul 24, 2012 1:57 pm

check out my Glasgow collection at: http://www.flickr.com/photos/robertpool/sets/
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Re: The Girly Thread

Postby Dexter St. Clair » Tue Jul 24, 2012 5:06 pm

Property details for Middlemarch, Crail Road, Anstruther KY10 3EL Zoopla Estimate : £448,025


This property is detached. It is a substantial property, with 5 bedrooms. Its estimated current valuation given by the Mouseprice.com website is displayed above. The property has sold twice since January 1995. The first time it sold on 12/01/2005 for £323,500 and on 02/07/2008 it sold again for £520,000.


They probably owned the chip shop.
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Re: The Girly Thread

Postby banjo » Tue Jul 24, 2012 8:12 pm

good bit of detective work there good people.
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Re: The Girly Thread

Postby Dot » Tue Aug 14, 2012 4:24 pm

I was looking for summer tops in a local boutique as the weather has been quite warm.
The shop keeps new items, nearly new and end of line clothing. Quite pleased when I spotted a top from a high street
chain with original label on it. It had been £23.00 and was being sold for £6.00 which I thought was a good deal.
Think I might go back another day as I had very little cash on me at the time and they don't do credit cards.
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Re: The Girly Thread

Postby Fossil » Mon Sep 03, 2012 6:39 pm

Dot wrote:I was looking for summer tops in a local boutique as the weather has been quite warm.
The shop keeps new items, nearly new and end of line clothing. Quite pleased when I spotted a top from a high street
chain with original label on it. It had been £23.00 and was being sold for £6.00 which I thought was a good deal.
Think I might go back another day as I had very little cash on me at the time and they don't do credit cards.


I got a brand new Jasper Conran Shirt never worn, for £2.50 in a charity shop about a month ago

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Re: The Girly Thread

Postby HollowHorn » Mon Sep 03, 2012 7:08 pm

Fossil wrote:I got a brand new Jasper Conran Shirt never worn, for £2.50 in a charity shop about a month ago


As Jasper was just saying to me the other day "Some cunts wid huf the shurt right aff yir back"
I managed to settle him down with a 2nd glass of sweet stout (He's rather excitable, is Jasper)
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Re: The Girly Thread

Postby Dot » Thu Sep 06, 2012 6:46 pm

::):

I have a D&G coat I got from the same shop but I have stopped wearing it.
I got it at a greatly reduced price and many people admired it.
It had never been worn and had all the labels still on it. Think maybe I should dig it out some time and if it is not
too shabby looking I may hand it in to one of the charity shops.

Fossil,

Were you looking for a shirt at the time or did you just come across it by chance?
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Re: The Girly Thread

Postby Fossil » Mon Sep 10, 2012 8:52 pm

Dot wrote:::):


Fossil,

Were you looking for a shirt at the time or did you just come across it by chance?


Just saw it Dot, and at £2.50 a must buy :)
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Re: The Girly Thread

Postby Dot » Fri Nov 30, 2012 10:55 pm

I ordered some stuff online for Christmas presents and two parcels arrived today.
One arrived and was exactly as I expected but the other was something of a mystery.
There were supposed to be three items in parcel but only one was what I ordered. Second was missing
altogether and third item was an unidentified object. It looked like a hood made from a towel and had a loop at one
end and button at other.

To be fair they had a message in parcel to contact them if not satisfied so I fired off quick email and before too long I got one
back offering a full refund. What a relief as I really don't want hassle of having to return items and they told me just to
keep eveything.

Anybody on here ordered much off the net for the festive season?
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Re: The Girly Thread

Postby Josef » Fri Nov 30, 2012 11:04 pm

Since I have a distinct memory of this having happened to you before at least once, Dot, I reckon you just short-circuit the internet in the same way that Fossil's shirts short-circuit the laws of fashion space-time.

The grown-ups in my family circle have agreed to a spending limit of a tenner each.

That'll fair kick-start the economy.
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Re: The Girly Thread

Postby Dot » Sat Dec 01, 2012 9:44 am

Perhaps I will need to take your advice Josef. ::):

My next step is to take some unwanted items to charity shop including the unidentified item.
That should provide at least a few hours entertainment till they figure out what it is or what to do with it.
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Re: The Girly Thread

Postby Dot » Sun Jan 20, 2013 5:58 pm

I forgot to say that the fur coats were sold in the auction in November last year.
Didn't make a huge sum but at least no worries now of what to do with them.

Believe there is a charity started in America which hands out unwanted fur coats to homeless people.
They advise people to wear them inside out to avoid getting mugged and also because if fur gets wet it is not much use.
The arms are often cut off to use as leg warmers or to keep hands warm.
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Re: The Girly Thread

Postby Fossil » Tue Apr 09, 2013 9:35 pm

How did the fur get on Dot?
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Re: The Girly Thread

Postby HollowHorn » Tue Apr 09, 2013 10:20 pm

Prolly something to do wif evolution.
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