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Gray pants, especially those with a bit of warmth to them. Tan pants.

Salivating at the thought of tan flannels, that, a blue shirt, and a brown tie.
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Kinda weak, really. You're still trying to be persuasive. smile.gif

No, it's not. The problem with you is that you just don't want to understand.


Much better.
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Is cao cao noodles?

No.

However, they may have a shared provenance.

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Yes.

Well, which is it? I don't like ambiguity!
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Yes. And here's to hoping for a bit less id.
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Welcome back, Rudals TheNoodles cao cao
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The new and improved Noodles.
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The new and improved Noodles.

One can dream.
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One can dream.

"All human wisdom is summed up in two words: wait and hope."
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"All human wisdom is summed up in two words: wait and hope."

I've always found it funny that in Spanish, these two words are translated the same: esperar. Which tells something about the culture. wink.gif
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I've always found it funny that in Spanish, these two words are translated the same: esperar. Which tells something about the culture. wink.gif

 

Reminds me of Mandarin. The word for "rich" translates literally as "has money".

 

That also speaks volumes.

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One can dream.

"All human wisdom is summed up in two words: wait and hope."

 

Huh.  All these years I'd assumed the two were "fear" and "loathing."

 

Thanks!

 

Cheers,

 

Ac  (;))

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Here's to "Let's just talk about clothes."

Who here irons their own shirts? I think paying 2 usd per shirt at dry cleaners is a place where I can cut down on some expenses.
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Here's to "Let's just talk about clothes."

Who here irons their own shirts? I think paying 2 usd per shirt at dry cleaners is a place where I can cut down on some expenses.

I love ironing my own shirts, but I don't get to do it enough. Ironing is one of those things that is like meditation for me.

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Here's to "Let's just talk about clothes."

Who here irons their own shirts? I think paying 2 usd per shirt at dry cleaners is a place where I can cut down on some expenses.

 

I iron those that need it.  Not all do.

 

Cheers,

 

Ac

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@Cao Cao You could do more non-iron (not recommended) or wear more OCBDs (recommended) to cut down on ironing at home. I'd imagine $2/shirt adds up pretty quick. I enjoy ironing but I don't do it enough.

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Who here irons their own shirts? I think paying 2 usd per shirt at dry cleaners is a place where I can cut down on some expenses.

 

I did not iron my shirts for 12 years, then I did for 2, now I don't anymore. I am glad that I did for a short period of time, but now that I am confident with an iron, I don't need any more practice. I'll save it for emergencies.

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