Yeah but Noodles is only 25 or something. Not that I'm judging you.
Thanks for the comments and thumb-love.
Pingson, I was kind of regretting saying that as soon as I hit it...too much sharing? Anyway, she's remarkable. :)
DeSense, that made me chuckle: I was working out exactly that arithmetic when I read Professor P's reply, and with the same mental image of a school maths exam!
I'm ashamed to admit I had to do that manually. Still working on the solution, somewhat 24+x = (42+x):2 +7 ...
PS: Got it: above [-24: x = (42+x):2 -17 = x/2 +4 [x2, -x : x = 8)
Here's another one: if she was exactly half my age when we met, how much of a danger am I to children long have we been together?
Soon I will go to speak to her father. He has more than one firearm and his own law firm. Keep the pictures for posterity, chaps...
6 years. Good luck, mimo
And already in the green on Pingson's respectability chart. Well done. Now, let's get back on track: show us your tie.
(DS, legal in my country would be 16, but as that's the age now of my eldest daughter, I'd rather not think about it!)
FIT PIC, NOODLES, NOW!!!
One too many bits of fun there, I think, Don. I like it, but I think with the jacket done up it would tie together better (and look more flattering) - is the jacket a bit small to fasten comfortably? It's lovely anyway. I think with all that going on I'd go down a notch in colour on the trousers, but you're certainly cutting a dash.
One specific small change though: the tie and PS are both quite orange - as is that fierce overcheck. They're all great, but too much together. Changing even just the PS to something based on greens/browns or even navy, in a dull shade, would just soften the edge off this. I think that tie and PS should always be of different colour families, or at least different ones dominating.