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Re: Tactile Hawaiian shirts?
Crusty1   11/21/2013 11:30:33 AM
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@max: What do you think Mrs Crusty would make of all this? 

Can you remember Mrs Glum from the radio programme "Take It from here"? It may be before you were a twinkle in your mothers eye? However Mrs Glum was always a noises off and Mr Glum (Jimmy Edwards) interpreted these noise as Mrs Glum disagreeing with his decision or plan. I think the Mrs Crusty we allude to here, would have the same opinion as Mrs Glum, perhaps not very dissimilar to your Mums view on this subject which might be "Silly men"? :-)LOL

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Max The Magnificent   11/21/2013 10:33:11 AM
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@Crusty: What do you think Mrs Crusty would make of all this?

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Max The Magnificent   11/21/2013 10:32:26 AM
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@Crusty: I think my wallet might be made tactile, so others at the bar could remind me to pay for my round?

Just give me your wallet and I'll take care of paying for your round for you :-)

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Tactile Hawaiian shirts?
Crusty1   11/21/2013 9:45:49 AM
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Hi Max; It just occurs to me that perhaps those shirts of yours might be further improved with a long distance tingle?

I think my wallet might be made tactile, so others at the bar could remind me to pay for my round?

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