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Posted By: Kerrowdown, 12-15-2015, 02:42 PM

What can I say further than the thread title?

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12-16-2015, 05:17 PM   #16
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Thanks for that.



Oh you noticed that too.
The longer I look at her, the less her hair looks like her own. Is she wearing a fall, or extensions? Inquiring minds want to know. )

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12-16-2015, 05:31 PM   #17
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The longer I look at her
And I wonder how long thats actually been...

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the less her hair looks like her own
No it was the "real deal" or to the best I could tell it was. Even I'm not that stupid to start asking questions like that of a stunning stranger I've just seen in the street.

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And I wonder how long thats actually been...



No it was the "real deal" or to the best I could tell it was. Even I'm that stupid to start asking questions like that of a stunning stranger I've just seen in the street.
I believe you omitted the word, "not" that stupid.

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And I wonder how long thats actually been...



No it was the "real deal" or to the best I could tell it was. Even I'm that stupid to start asking questions like that of a stunning stranger I've just seen in the street.
My friend that is a great statement. When it comes to people, I find them infinitely more interesting than bridges, train tunnels and even mountains. You would not believe how authentic women's wigs are made today. If you have seen a recent photo of Cher, you would be impressed to know that what she is sporting is a wig. It is made from human hair, just not her own. With her kind of money, heck she can just about afford anything. Again, I am very impressed with this capture and enjoy studying the way it was presented. Another excellent piece of work.

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I believe you omitted the word, "not" that stupid.
Well spotted... you are indeed correct, edited in now.

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Again, I am very impressed with this capture and enjoy studying the way it was presented. Another excellent piece of work.
Thanks very much.

I would just like to add for the record that... she didn't in my company unscrew a leg or take the teeth out, IMHO she was the "real deal". A complete authentic woman and don't you go ruining it for me, with all this talk of false bits.

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Well spotted... you are indeed correct, edited in now.



Thanks very much.

I would just like to add for the record that... she didn't in my company unscrew a leg or take the teeth out, IMHO she was the "real deal". A complete authentic woman and don't you go ruining it for me, with all this talk of false bits.
Whoa Nellie. There is that Scottish, razor sharp wit that I have become familiar with. I had an aunt that was born just outside of Glasgow. The village name escapes me at the moment. Her mother had the thickest Scottish brogue you can imagine, but what a classic wit she was. If you sat down at a table with her, in about three to five minutes, she would have you writhing in pain from laughing so hard, your stomach muscles were begging for mercy. I have a good friend who lives in Bristol, England. Each year he and his family vacation in a town by the name of: (Please forgive any misspelling here) Pitlochery, or Pitchlorey. He did send many photos from there and it is quite beautiful. But, then again, so is Scotland, period. Thanks for the laughs, I really needed it today.

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There is that Scottish, razor sharp wit
You want to hear us after a few drams, when we really get "tore in"...

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Pitlochery, or Pitchlorey
It's Pitlochry situated in the heart of Scotland in Perthshire, well that's how the locals there see it.

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Thanks for the laughs, I really needed it today.
Your most welcome, it's good to have a bit a fun now and again.
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