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Re: So, the chickens have come home to roost…

Forums General Melanoma Community So, the chickens have come home to roost… Re: So, the chickens have come home to roost…

    Bonnie Lea
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      Oh Rox  my oh my.  Just think though when your own daughter gets married, you will be the MOB and you can dictate fashion sense to the MOG (unless they elope)

       

      I think you will look utterly fab-u-lus even if you where a beige burka, but you could, you know, wear a saffire blue one, complete with face veil…and still pull off better looking than what sounds like a fuddy duddy MOB and attentents.

       

      the beaded coat you describe, sounds QUITE LIKE our Queen's mother back in the day.    The Queen Mum always was striking but yes wore beaded mid leg length beaded coats but always only on days when it was not sunny.  You should turn up wearing the correct colour but with those 'balloon type' bottoms in fashionable regular length knee height….with your boozums heaving and having cleavage!

       

      Or else just follow suit and be demure, and as soon as you go  home, change.   P.S.  any copies of photos you are given with yourself included…. PHOTOSHOP what you want!  you have my permission.cool

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