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Sorry Dr. Jones - I got the same mental image as you - I just don't have the social filter that you have - and it takes a while to source those images. Now I have to not only bleach my mind but clear my search history, temp files and cookies.....
You're too late - your previous post is forever on the web.
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Sorry Dr. Jones - I got the same mental image as you - I just don't have the social filter that you have - and it takes a while to source those images. Now I have to not only bleach my mind but clear my search history, temp files and cookies.....
Now we know what a welshman wears under his kilt.
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Looks like you need one of those special bar stools for kilt wearers



BTW I hope they scotch gaurded that couch
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BTW I hope they scotch gaurded that couch
Now that I think about it: that's probably where the name "Scotchguard" came from.
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I know this photo has made its rounds before, but I think it's a much better example of how sailing and thongs can go together.
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