That's what I meant I agree
It's apple strudel! It says so on the picture! Admittedly, it is at a bit of a funny angle.
The peas don't always have to be mushy, sometimes a change is nice
You're welcome, I'm glad it helped. To be honest, before reading that article I wasn't entirely sure about our rules, so the article helped to educate me also
A useful article on shops, even though it's over a year old.
Hope it helps
The haggis email is simply a picture of a haggis, but I'll send it on to you if you like.
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Not right now, no, I can't believe.
I could only tell the color in the original pic - I wasn't aware of the lace. I don't blow up every image. I preferred the low riding/high cut lace shorts when attempting to avoid a line. Tried thongs but couldn't really stand them, not enough material in the front. Can't stand the shitty sewing on a lot of women's underwear, actually. It's like they don't fold the seems over before sewing so at best, all the seams itch/scratch. The cheaper 'fancy' materials prolly have something to do with it. I've known a few comfortable pairs of Fancy many years ago, though.
I thought it was pink, not red. By neutral I meant more 'men have their own section for thongs and they look suspiciously identical to the women's section, barring needing a bit more fabric in strategic locations.". Then again, the roomie wears thongs so I may be biased. I stick with boxers, myself, or whatever they're called, I think I missed a word in there somewhere. He swears to god thongs are comfortable; I don't see the appeal.
I might see clothing to be more like names, though, sociology-wise, in that there's crossover depending on area.
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