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Old 11-15-2007, 09:23 AM   #21
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Brewer, it's OK to let your hair down. But not your pants.

Figured that out myself after, what, 5 tries?
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Old 11-15-2007, 11:08 AM   #22
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I thought that I was the only one with a thing for Audrey!

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Audrey is definitely not my type. From that era I liked Jeanne Moreau, Verna Lisi, Romy Schneider, Sophia Loren, Anne Margaret. A little earlier was Silvia Mangnano.

Crap would I ever like to be young again.

BTW, speaking of attractive older women, gray hair, etc., I went into an upscale kitchen store in the market yesterday and was waited on by a really beautiful and fully engaging 50+ woman with stylish, shiny short grey hair. She was very nice too, told me how I could avoid spending the money and make do.

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I just read an article and guess how these women get gorgeous grey hair ?? It's highlighted with several shades to give it that great look .
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in real life i'm a working stiff str8 married 30something with wife, two kids, a dog, a parrot and a mortgage. oh, and with all that apparently i'm also balding.
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You had me up until 'mortgage'...
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Old 11-16-2007, 06:01 PM   #27
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Figured that out myself after, what, 5 tries?
You guys must not be attending the right parties.

Or financial-planning seminars...
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You guys must not be attending the right parties.

Or financial-planning seminars...
You have been holding out on us - those Fido meetings must have been more interesting than you reported to us.
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