Netloafing for Beginners
Sorry Oz - the future's ORANGE.Oh and it hasn't rained a drop in Manchester.
Oz doesn't look too impressed, does he?It's chucking to down here with the south folk in Suffolk too.
I'm amazed they haven't been torn to shreds. given the fact no expense was spared.I bought Tilly a rain coat, all beautifully lined with fake sheepskin. It lasted about 10 minutes. It took her that long to work out the velcro strip and then she ripped it into a thousand pieces.
Aren't those bags made of maize flour or something? Don't they disintegrate in the wet?
you do like dressing those dogs up don't you? Did you have an action man when you were little?
Punk's not dead.
I'm shocked and appalled.
I think you're tempting Dave to get a dog.They are so cute... but an M&S bag would have been chique.Sx
Timorous: Bright, anyway.Dave: You could buy one at Sainsburies.Kaz: Oz is supporting the British Heart Foundation. I haven't seen the lack of rain in Manchester on the National News...are you sure?Liz: We're getting 6 months rain in a couple of days. I should have used a Monsoon bag.Sarah: Dogs aren't appreciative of fine clothes are they? I'm impressed Tilly can work Velcro as I have trouble.Christopher: I insisted on green credentials. Dogs have to account for their massive contribution to carbon based gases.Ziggi: I didn't play with dolls. They love it really, I just caught an odd look from Oz.Geoff: Never mind the Dog's Bollocks.Z: I hope you didn't start the "Free Oz & Lily from the Fashion Police" Facebook group?Scarlett: Dave's wavering - he could have one delivered. Not sure about an S&M bag though.
Tell Oz that BHF do like to think of themselves as the premium end of the pre-loved market. Well, they've got two branches in Crewe; it's almost like we've got a department store now.
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