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Author Topic: WCDT: 1-5 November 2010 (1786-1790)  (Read 122928 times)

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Re: WCDT: 1-5 November 2010 (1786-1790)
« Reply #400 on: 08 Nov 2010, 04:52 »

I've never had a cardigan, and have no plans to get one (indeed, I recently vetoed my wife's offer to buy one for me).
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Re: WCDT: 1-5 November 2010 (1786-1790)
« Reply #401 on: 08 Nov 2010, 05:07 »

On a different note - anyone else notice that Tai's been in Dora's closet?

The evidence is here.  Time to arrest the miscreant and throw her in prison. 

Then we can get the "Girls in Prison" arc going - you can thank me for the mental images later.

I just peeked back at that strip - the title is "I Have That Sweater". So she hasn't only stolen it from Dora's closet, but she's actually broken down the fourth wall and stolen it from Jeph's closet.

WAY too meta.

I hate to say this, but Tai's and Dora's sweaters are actually not the same! They have different colours, for a start. The one in #217 has a V neck, the one in #1790 has a round neck. There are other differences I can't name for want of fashion vocabulary, but you get the picture.

I know, I know, that was a stupid thing to de-lurk for. Sorry for butting in.
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Re: WCDT: 1-5 November 2010 (1786-1790)
« Reply #402 on: 08 Nov 2010, 05:23 »

Welcome to the minor-points-of-annoyance brigade. 

One of my first spasms on the forum was about top hats...
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Re: WCDT: 1-5 November 2010 (1786-1790)
« Reply #403 on: 08 Nov 2010, 06:37 »

I've never had a cardigan, and have no plans to get one (indeed, I recently vetoed my wife's offer to buy one for me).

I expect that someday, the hooded sweatshirt with a zipper will be the equivalent of what the cardigan is today.

All the cool young hipsters will be wearing silver v-neck jumpsuits, and us grumpy old men will still be wearing our hoodies, while demanding the immediate withdrawal of offending youth from the grassy area surrounding our domiciles.
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Re: WCDT: 1-5 November 2010 (1786-1790)
« Reply #404 on: 08 Nov 2010, 06:46 »

I hate pullovers in general, but I do have an awesomely soft black turtle neck sweater that I just can't hate. I can't do cardigans because they just can't seem to keep there buttons on around me. My sister lives in cardigans. I've seen her sleep in cardigans. Of course, she also sleeps with socks on, so ... you know ... she's weird.

Zipper hoodies are nice. I've made it through Chicago winters with just a zipper hoodie, gloves and ear covers.
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Re: WCDT: 1-5 November 2010 (1786-1790)
« Reply #405 on: 08 Nov 2010, 07:00 »

I can't do cardigans because they just can't seem to keep there buttons on around me.

How long have you had this power? And do you use it for good? Or do you go through the mall, cackling as you make various elderly gents a little colder?
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Re: WCDT: 1-5 November 2010 (1786-1790)
« Reply #406 on: 08 Nov 2010, 07:07 »

I can't do cardigans because they just can't seem to keep there buttons on around me.
How long have you had this power? And do you use it for good? Or do you go through the mall, cackling as you make various elderly gents a little colder?
And can this power be applyed to other garments?
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Re: WCDT: 1-5 November 2010 (1786-1790)
« Reply #407 on: 08 Nov 2010, 07:18 »

I can't do cardigans because they just can't seem to keep there buttons on around me.
How long have you had this power? And do you use it for good? Or do you go through the mall, cackling as you make various elderly gents a little colder?
And can this power be applyed to other garments?

It works on anything with buttons, even jeans.

Sadly, it only works on me.
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Re: WCDT: 1-5 November 2010 (1786-1790)
« Reply #408 on: 08 Nov 2010, 08:54 »

Ah.  So more of a curse than a power. 

Shame it doesn't work on low-buttoned blouses. 

I'll retreat into the shadows, now. 
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Re: WCDT: 1-5 November 2010 (1786-1790)
« Reply #409 on: 08 Nov 2010, 09:31 »

I have longed for telekinetic powers over tube tops.  Alas, I have been doomed to a lifetime of disapointment.
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Re: WCDT: 1-5 November 2010 (1786-1790)
« Reply #410 on: 08 Nov 2010, 11:46 »

I have longed for telekinetic powers over tube tops.  Alas, I have been doomed to a lifetime of disapointment.

Google: Sharking+torrent
Almost as good.

In a creepy stalker sort of way.
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