Well since no one else has posted here, I'll go first.
This is a tie my daughter gave me for father's day many years ago when she was much younger. "Oh you must wear it Dad, it's the in thing" So I did, I wore it everything I needed a tie. After all my daughter gave it to me. I later learned that she got it as a joke at a discount store. Both she and Mrs. Argus had a good laugh. But the laugh is on them. I really really liked this tie. I still wear it much to their embarrassment.
Edited by argus9 (Tue May 20 200807:17 PM)
Weaseling out of things is important to learn. It's what separates us from the animals ... except the weasel.
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Loc: Hertfordshire<br>England UK
My wife doesn't like these Kenyan statuettes, which is completely illogical as our dining room has an African theme with pictures, bowls vases, etc, from Africa. I love them, though normally they stand apart each side of the fireplace.
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Loc: Gauteng South Africa
Since this thread was my idea, I guess I had better post the photo that gave me the idea for this thread.
I recieved this mug for Christmas from a friend and for some reason my husband 'hates' it. Everytime I use it he complains that is is so big and why do I have to use such a big mug. I measured it and it hold approx. 450ml (just less than 2 cups). It is the best mug for milo. mmmmm.
Edited by lady1 (Sat May 24 200805:20 AM)
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Argus, from a female point of view, the tie is dreadful , but if you like it, that's all that matters. Yay for you and your bongo drums, Liz!
The bond that links your true family is not one of blood, but of respect and joy in each other's life. Rarely do members of one family grow up under the same roof.-- Richard Bach Illusions