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Not sure what thread to put this in...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ak0fPHbFpbc


What is this I don't even.
 
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Know what else rocks about working from home?

LUNCH NAP.


ego forceps ergo ego forceps


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"Chives?"�
"Yes, m'lud?"�
"Is that Ms Ephemera hovering over the croquet lawn?"�
"Indeed m'lud. She's marshalled all the haggle-dans. Missy-twigs and vale-nymphs from Claypole Woods. Apparently she intends to tear this house down and dance on the ruins."�
"Well, Chives, you'd better start the car, what? And pack my tennis things too"�
--- Joe 3Heads
 
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Woo-hoo! Snaggleteeth are finally sexy!

All I have to do is live in Japan and get a sex change operatio- waitaminnit Mad
 
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Woo-hoo! Snaggleteeth are finally sexy!

All I have to do is live in Japan and get a sex change operatio- waitaminnit Mad


Yippee! Now I have a reason to not get braces for Devlin!


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Originally posted by Furious:
Woo-hoo! Snaggleteeth are finally sexy!

All I have to do is live in Japan and get a sex change operatio- waitaminnit Mad


Yippee! Now I have a reason to not get braces for Devlin!


Gender reassignment is vastly preferable to braces, I agree.
 
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Strange, Smaug. I think this is a song that sounds good in two languages.


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Woo-hoo! Snaggleteeth are finally sexy!

All I have to do is live in Japan and get a sex change operatio- waitaminnit Mad



Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Roll Eyes


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Strange, Smaug. I think this is a song that sounds good in two languages.


What song?

This morning I would like to just go back to bed, but I suppose I should try and stay awake and go run errands today.


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This morning I would like to just go back to bed, but I suppose I should try and stay awake and go run errands today.


When I get off work this morning I'm going home I'm going to have vodka tonics and watch Mad Men.


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I've been watching Mad Men on Netflix and still can't say why. I don't like any of the characters. I don't hate any of them enough to make me love to hate them. The sexism and misogyny make me want to fling things at the screen. However, the clothes are pretty and I've gotten some vague hat design ideas, although I may never do anything about that.

I can now understand why I almost never connected with my mother in law an so many ways - my parents in law were very middle class, never really tried new things and thought that everyone they met though/felt exactly the same way they did.

But I watched all Netflix had to offer and so I've moved on to Warehouse 13.


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The brain: not always amenable to logic. ~Hive

 
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I'm giving serious thought to buying a cloche hat. I think I could pull it off with my new short haircut, and it would be nice to have something fancier to wear when we go out instead of my standard (but also awesome) toque.

Plus there's an honest-to-god hat shop in downtown Seattle that makes great hats. Snazz got his bowler there and they always do maintenance and upkeep on it for free when we go in.


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I'm giving serious thought to buying a cloche hat. I think I could pull it off with my new short haircut, and it would be nice to have something fancier to wear when we go out instead of my standard (but also awesome) toque.

Plus there's an honest-to-god hat shop in downtown Seattle that makes great hats. Snazz got his bowler there and they always do maintenance and upkeep on it for free when we go in.


How much are you willing to spend on a hat? I ask because I know of a GREAT Etsy seller but she's not cheap. Her stuff is heirloom quality and used in movies.

I fully support hat wearing!


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I don't know if I want to go THAT expensive. I'm looking more in the $60 - $80 range.

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I'll knit you one, if you want! My latest designs have been slouchy, beret style hats, but that's mostly because it's the style I keep seeing on Ravelry and I'm trying to sell stuff Smile

However, knitted hats are way different than sewn? hats. I don't know how to describe hats that aren't knitted?

You'd look adorable in a cloche hat!


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Breaking Bad > Mad Men.

That is all.
 
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I shall be netflixing Breaking Bad during maternity leave...


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"Chives?"�
"Yes, m'lud?"�
"Is that Ms Ephemera hovering over the croquet lawn?"�
"Indeed m'lud. She's marshalled all the haggle-dans. Missy-twigs and vale-nymphs from Claypole Woods. Apparently she intends to tear this house down and dance on the ruins."�
"Well, Chives, you'd better start the car, what? And pack my tennis things too"�
--- Joe 3Heads
 
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I'll knit you one, if you want! My latest designs have been slouchy, beret style hats, but that's mostly because it's the style I keep seeing on Ravelry and I'm trying to sell stuff Smile

However, knitted hats are way different than sewn? hats. I don't know how to describe hats that aren't knitted?

You'd look adorable in a cloche hat!


Would you really? I would love it forever and happily reimburse you the cost of yarn or send you a couple jars of jam for trade.


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My Mad Men obsession is over the clothes. For story/plot/characters I'm absolutely in LOVE with "Boardwalk Empire" and "Downton Abbey". I like the clothes in them as well, but I'm always all over the map when it comes to sewing inspiration.

Where are you watching Warehouse 13, Maeve? (I don't have cable)


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Sure I would! The only cloche hat I designed is the one Lady K modeled for me - the one with the bow. But, you can trawl Ravelry if you like to find other designs or I can do that and then send a message on facebook. that's how Chuck and decided on a hat pattern.


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My Mad Men obsession is over the clothes. For story/plot/characters I'm absolutely in LOVE with "Boardwalk Empire" and "Downton Abbey". I like the clothes in them as well, but I'm always all over the map when it comes to sewing inspiration.

Where are you watching Warehouse 13, Maeve? (I don't have cable)


Netflix!


Minister of Kraftwerk in the Realm of U & P, Order of the Pineapple with frond for advancement in Nap studies.


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