MENTAL NOTE

"Though we cannot make our sun stand still, yet we will make him run."
Blue, resist the urge to use facebook. You can do it. Good luck.
Cats and dogs can be friends. So can cowboys and indians. So can we.
Why try to be the best when there's no hierarchy in heaven?

Wednesday, August 26, 2015

It Wasn't Me — It Was Ted!

I swear I'm gonna end up in hell. Not because of my previous post; not because I've been mean to my fellow human beings or colleagues (think about that one); not because I've decided to burn down the zoo across from where we live because the babbling baboons are driving me nuts and I mean blue ball nuts in a hat, but because I'm addicted to beautiful (read: expensive) clothes. And you know there's only one person to blame: my wife. 

There. I said it. My name is Blue and I'm a sucker for beautiful clothes. Let me be more specific: I crave Ted Baker suits. Now, before you all fall off your collective chair or couch or hit a lamppost reading this confession of mine (thinking, Who in the world cares about friggin' suits anyway? He must be nuts!), we're talking British luxury suits (say it slowly) of which the inside is as beautiful as the outside (excuse #1) — plus I wear suits in the office (excuse #2). No, they're not skinny suits, thank you very much. I'm not as brave a guy as the Italian in my classroom. Not yet I'm not. My X-mas decoration doesn't need a darker shade of blue.

So what does it mean to be addicted to Ted Baker Luxury suits? Well, maybe this'll illustrate the seriousness of my problem. Bear with me:

Neighbor: 'Howdy neighbor, if you don't mind my asking, how come you're still driving that crappy old car that keeps breaking down on you?'
Blue: 'Ted Baker.'
Neighbor: 'Who is he?'
Blue: 'Good question. Someone who really knows how to suck me dry.'
Neighbor: 'Um...'
Blue: 'That's right... Don't ask.'

Brother: 'I'm so glad I moved. I thought you said you wanted to move too.'
Blue: 'You know I did.'
Brother: 'So what's keeping you?'
Blue: 'Ted Baker.'
Brother: 'Ah him again.'
Blue: 'I know.'

As a psychologist wannabee, I advised myself to dig deep inside and identify the root of the problem. So I took my shovel and started digging and digging and — Blue's inner-voice #1: 'Hey, a treasure trove...' Blue's inner-voice #2: 'Not now. Keep digging!' — digging, digging, until I saw a light, a beautiful light, a light so bright I might have accidentally stumbled on the flames of hell themselves, but it was something else. It was shiny and attractive. It was the image of my wife. There. Problem solved: she did it, and I suddenly remembered how it all began.

My Bollywood Princess (and, boy, is she a princess, alright) once showed me the latest addition to her impressive wardrobe (you know, the one that encouraged me to build another 15 foot closet)... a long n' flowery Ted Baker coat. It was super feminine and at least worth four tires. Throw in a steering wheel for the fun of it, and you know what I'm talking about. Yep, the Missus knows how to shop. Good thing she's got a job, too. Now, I thought there's no harm in her buying Ted Baker coats and skirts and, you know, girl stuff. We're all entitled to a healthy hobby or two. Look at me: I'm an avid collector of rare comic strips, so I understand. And then it happened. She showed me where I could buy Ted Baker suits for men. I didn't even know there was such a thing as Ted Baker for Men. I thought it was a women only type of brand. I was wrong. So wrong. So as I waited in the dressing room wondering what would happen next, Angie returned with six suits (that's right), told me to try them on ($500 each! What the heck?! Yes, I broke out in a sweat) and waited patiently for me to reappear looking like the man of her dreams, you know the one she never married.

Did I mention I hate dressing rooms? If you're a guy, you hate dressing rooms, too. In fact, I hate buying clothes unless it takes five minutes max. Sigh. So I just tried one on and looked in the mirror expecting to look like some idiot on Broadway. Hmmmm. I touched myself. I mean I touched my first Ted Baker suit. Nice sleeves. Soft fabric. Hmmmmm not bad. Firm buttocks. Superb design. (Yes, I use words like superb and splendiferously splendorous when I'm thinking and wearing a Ted Baker suit at the same time.) Not bad at a-a-a-all. What... only $500? That's gotta be a mistake! What a bargain! Hmmmm and there's more where this one came from... How about that?

Well, you know how this story ends, and I'm sure you all agree that Angie is to blame, and I mean big time. Now, as for the moral of this story, are you ready? Here it comes. Never look in the mirror when the force is weak in you. And don't listen to my wife. When she offers you a red apple, don't take a bite and expect to survive in any meaningful way. The apple is Ted Baker.

Don't say I didn't warn you. 

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Be strong.

134 comments:

  1. At least she got you hooked on something of quality. Just don't try putting the suits on your car in place of tires.
    And I'm with you - hate dressing rooms and shopping. If I can't find it in five minutes, forget it.

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    1. Thanks for the tip. Yep, dressing rooms are like little torture chambers designed by cruel women. No?

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    2. Especially the secret video cameras that they swear aren't really there...

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    3. Hey, good point. So next time I shouldn't scratch where it itches (yikes!)... Thanks for the tip, Alex. You are my style guru.

      No?

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  2. Could be worse things to be addicted to than suits :)

    betty

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  3. Well at least you aren't addicted to some other things
    Like Ted Baker's ladies undies with some fancy g strings
    Do they make such a thing?
    Made that up at my wing
    I have been in a dressing room once at my sea
    Hated it as no room to fly free
    Not a fan of shopping either though
    Never even heard of Ted Baker at my show
    And as for apples I can't eat those
    So Angie can't give me any woes
    My $500 stays in the bank
    Or goes to fill a gas tank

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    1. Ted Baker's ladies undies
      Sounds much better than plain ole cheese
      Made that up in my cave
      If I wore them, would I be brave?
      You can't eat apples... say it ain't so
      How long is the list at your show?

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    2. Well you might be brave
      A new path you could pave
      Although might be scary
      As things would be umm err hairy
      The list is long as can be
      Here at my sea

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    3. A new path... I'd rather not
      Let's stick with the one I've got
      So it is long
      Like a never ending song?

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    4. I could put it to a tune
      But then I'd really be a loon

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    5. Be a loon
      Not a baboon
      Or a fox
      In a box

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    6. or a goat
      on a boat
      Or a bear
      in a chair?

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    7. Or a rat
      On a cat
      Or a chick
      On a stick

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    8. Or a rhino
      With a wino
      Or a dino
      Eating the wino rhino

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    9. Or a goose
      On the loose
      Or a croc
      On a rock

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    10. You and Pat are so friggin' funny when you get going!!!

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  4. Ah human, Blue
    Ted Baker for you
    The dressing room scene
    Bend over, I mean
    Then the communal shower
    Flop it about and show your power
    Did that sound right
    As I took a bite
    My human Gary shops for clothes
    Takes two minutes, don't ya nose, um, knows....

    Pawsitive wishes,

    Penny!



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    1. Well, what do you know... It's my friend Penny. No bending over if I can prevent it haha.

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  5. Not being a boy, I have to ask, is that a brand (Ted Baker?)
    I prefer dresses, myself.

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    1. It sure is, Riot Kitty. I used to think that Ted Baker was a women attire only kind of brand. I was wrong.

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  6. You've got it made Blue!
    A Ted Baker just for you
    Deftly chosen through Angie's touch
    One can never go wrong as much
    Congrats on being pampered
    Take a snap on you looking smart
    Lucky guy for us to see that's for sure
    Beginning of many Teds for the future!

    Hank

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    1. Many Teds and I'll be broke
      Might have to work harder until there's smoke
      Being pampered you say
      As I wear suit to play
      Too bad this hobby is worse than hobby #1 (number one!)
      I may want to reconsider if there's to be fun

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  7. This made me laugh Blue. Thank you:-) An excellent write. I agree with your logic about your wife getting you hooked on "Ted".

    On the other side of the coin though is the fact that you are now a superb dresser.

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    1. Thank you, Phil. Just jotting down what springs to mind, is all. Yep, I'm entitled to calling myself a superb dresser - broke but superb ;)

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  8. Wait what? You wear suits at work? I'd probably fall off me chair if my teacher would walk in wearing a suit :)
    I don't think my entire wardrobe is worth $500.....
    Is this Ted Baker related to our Gloria Dear? :)
    It did not fall upon your mind to illustrate the story with your wearing some of them suits?

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    1. Been doing so for the last 17 years. Well, it's almost X-mas (what?) so I may have to upgrade that wardrobe of your a bit. Nope, Gloria is innocent and, no, I'd never show off my suits. I'm too modest a guy. ;)

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    2. So, whatcha sayin' is that you is a proper professor Higgins?
      Nyah, don't bother, Sir Randy Mandy Sir, I've nowhere to wear the new groove anyway.... 'tis just me and my computer all day long

      Gloria is innocent? After having two twins? My, oh, my....

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    3. don't mess with me, you know what me meant :)

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    4. I've got twins, too. That's right. But only one pair.

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    5. yes, more than two would be too much to handle

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  9. Not to be the Devil's tailor here, but $500 is pretty great price for a suit, let alone a Ted Baker. As addictions go, at least this one leaves you looking good.

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    1. Ah there he is... the one and only Pickleope Von Pickleope, whose avator is still connected to his old blog. I knew you would understand, but still, when one is pretty much broke, one shouldn't be addicted to Ted Baker suits and just stick to, well, one.

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  10. A looking good addiction is better than a looking bad addiction

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    1. So true. How come you are so smart? Oh wait, you're responsible for the moon...

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  11. Yeah....most addictions leave one fat and frumpy. Not so with a well-fitting suit. Oh, I do miss men in suits now that I live in this cowboy relaxed-fit world. Oh and don't forget the cow-manure on the non-Italian boots. Good for you, Blue. Way to go.
    My husband always....always .....always wore a suit or sport coat. He was from the
    old school (but that also meant I could never swear around him...ha) Throughout
    our whole marriage I never heard him use a swear word. Then one day I came into the house and he was in another room with his cronies, not realizing I had come into the house. OMG he was using the F-word and swearing with the best of them. I was shocked. What's this got to do with suits? My answer..... I think it shows respect for women when a man dresses well and saves the swearing for the guy-talk.
    Angie will share some of that new closet space with your Ted Bakers because she
    knows they are the symbol of your respect for her.

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    1. I agree. When a man dresses well and saves the swearing for the guy-talk, you know he means business - even if it costs him a leg and an arm and a... well, what else is there.

      Building Angie's fifteen foot closet comes with a very noteworthy advantage, dear Manzanita: it means I will get the ten foot closet we share right now. How's that for a fair deal? I bit of paint and I will be the ruler of closet 1. Ted Baker, here I come.

      How sweet of you to stop by and share that story about your husband. I appreciate it.

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    2. A big hi-five. You each get your own closet. My husband and I always had our own closets. OK...... let's talk men's shoes, too. I think my husband was the Amelda Marcos (Sp) of our family. He would sit on a little stool in his closet and shine his shoes. Not that he couldn't afford a shoeshine but he really liked to do it. I have always judged a man by his shoes. I doubt if the men in Montana ever heard of shoe/boot polish. Those hi-polished leather shoes (I've actually forgotten the brand names of men's shoes) go so well with the Ted Bakers.
      We live in such a casual world now. I was talking to a surveyor this
      summer and he was complaining about the casual dress when workers come to the office. He said they look like they are going fishing and he missed the more formal dress days. WOW.... I never knew surveyors dressed up because I thought they went out in the field.

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    3. I tend to do the same thing... judge a man by his shoes, I mean. Well, let's call it a first impression. I'm all for casual but not when I go to a restaurant or when I'm in the office. There's too much casual in the world if you ask me. It's taking over the planet. Like skinny jeans!

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  12. I haven't used a dressing room in a long time. Shirts you can tell by just holding it up against yourself. Waist and length in measured inches is something that can get wrong

    sometimes

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    1. I hear ya, Adam. Avoid those dressing rooms like the plague. Unless you get to share them with a very... WAIT! You're married.

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  13. But, slim fit suits are totally in, Blue!!!!! And I'm a sucker for good clothes and shoes also. It's ok, we will get through this together. :)

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    1. Tailor fit is where I draw the line, Jax. Thanks for your invaluable support.

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    2. do you wear safari suits like a Brit in India during summer, Blue? How do you not boil inside a suit especially this 40*+ summer?

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    3. Well, there's this thing called air conditioning... a system that cools and dries the air in a building or car, even a crappy car like mine. :p

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    4. but me is sitting in AC-ed room in shorts and T-shirt and I'm still hot... and I don't mean naturally hot as you would be right to assume :)

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  14. Styled!!!!! there are worse addictions LOL!!! what shoes are you wearing with Ted?????

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    1. Well, never sneakers like some young guys sometimes do. I prefer black leather dress shoes. Boring?

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  15. Blue, where is Gloria Dear? I think she is sad these days for some reason, she left some sad posts at Facebook this week...

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    1. I was wondering the same thing. She hasn't been around in a while. Facebook... what's that?

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    2. she;s been posting tons of religious statuses there... so I reckon something ain't right.... fingers crossed I'm wrong.

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    3. Say it ain't so. I guess now it makes perfect sense why she never commented on my previous post...

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    4. She has been to my blog on a regular basis!

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    5. I hear her dad is ill and it ain't easy for her taking care of him.

      What are you saying, Linda? That she loves you more than Blue? :) That would crash Blue's blue heart

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    6. Of course Gloria love her more than she loves Blue. Everybody loves Linda as least twice as much. It's a given. I'm shocked to find you clueless once again.

      Please don't um... crash my heart :p

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    7. and under everybody you don't mean moi because as much as we like Linda we do honestly love you more :)

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    8. I'm lost here......?
      So.....you like me?

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    9. I'm lost too. What does Dezzy mean, Linda?

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  16. Well, you can keep your apple and Ted suits...I don't think I've ever paid $500 for clothing. I used to do this thing when I was blue and go to a high end store and try on the really expensive dresses as it would make me feel better....haha..but, then the clock strikes 12 and I am no longer Cinderella...

    Well, at least you are a classy looking professor and now all the students will think you make too much money...and that is why their tuition is through the roof.
    just sayin'

    Every girl loves a sharp dressed man...now about a song...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7wRHBLwpASw

    Sent you a some blue flowers..just because I was thinking of you...

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    1. Well, I don't buy clothes to feel less blue. I'm just vain. But I think I'm pretty harmless ;) Is there such a thing as professors making too much money? I wish.

      Thanks for the flowers and the song. I'd trade all my Ted Bakers for a bit of energy. Just saying.

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    2. Well if the Ted Bakers bring you happiness then why not? You deserve some happiness.So strut around in your suits and smile if it makes you happy. I hope you feel better soon my dear blue...

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    3. Thank you, dear True. That's so kind of you to say that.

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    4. Hey Blue so why so lonely are you sitting on this dock...

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9-Bt7R6IdWE

      I'll come sit with you a while watchin' the ships roll in...would that ship take us to Bora Bora - You can wear your Ted and I can pretend to be Cinderella for a day....

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    5. Cinderella Blue... It sure has a nice rings to it. So where do you think that ship is going to? Oh I love sittin' on the dock of the bay.

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  17. LOL. You are just too funny. Who would have thought you'd turn into a Ted Baker Clothes Horse. grin. Go for it. I'd add you deserve it, but when people say that to me I always want to say, Yes I do, but that doesn't mean I can afford it. grin.

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    1. PS I echo True's thoughts. If it makes you happy buy 'em and wear them with pride.

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    2. Too funny? But... but... I was dead serious...(wink wink)

      It's not I can afford them but the force is strong in those Ted Baker suits.

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    3. You can't fight the force:)
      I'm starting the weekend a little early. Enjoy yours.

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    4. So am I. Aren't long weekends the best? ;)

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  18. Promise me you'll check out his tropical photo swimsuits!! Bye-bye speedo!

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    1. Exhaustion! I didn't get to date or anything.

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    2. What... no date and still exhausted! ;) You know I can relate. I'm exhausted 24/7 plus I don't date. So, yeah....

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    3. And geez, you're still sitting all alone on that pier > up top. What's with that?

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    4. It's the story of my life, Dixie.

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    5. Will you do a fashion show? Ask Dez; I'm sure he has tips & tricks.

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    6. I bet he does. Dezzy 'The Catwalk' Dezzzmeister...

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    7. Oops, you know, I came back to answer a question on underwear. I think I have the wrong post or I've lost my marbles? Nevermind - it was something about speedos - you know me. I'm so short, I see nothing above anyone's belt. Can I reveal that? Ha!

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    8. Speedos? Any particular color that you're interested in? Well, now... so you see nothing above anyone's belt... That's quite a revelation, Dixie. Good thing I'm not wearing a belt ;) (Shut up, Dezz!)

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  19. lol Well at least you found something that you like.

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    1. It was about time, Mary. This world was starting to get boring... ;)

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  20. Meanwhile the only suit I own is a hand-me-down and my money goes toward my car. Why? Because if crap hits the fan, I can sleep in a car. I can't sleep in a Ted Baker suit (not in good conscience, anyway).

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    1. Make no mistake: I love my crappy old car much more than my brand new Ted Baker suits. That's right. Shocker, huh?

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  21. I so admire a guy who loves to buy and wear a good suit ~ Can you post a picture? ~ Kudos to your wife for her impeccable taste ~ Have a good week ~

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    1. I'm way too shy, Grace. Have a great week, too. Thanks for stopping by again.

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  22. Hi Blue!
    Home from the lake...read all your comments at mine...and decided to see what you have been up to!
    Nothing like a well dressed man!
    Pictures please!
    Oh....never heard of him! Hahaha!
    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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    1. Blue, why is Linda saying cheers without offering you a glass of beer? How very negligent of her... :)

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    2. I love beer!! you,Dez??
      I am sure Blue does...
      Cheers! is a salutation...a greeting of goodwill...a nice thing to say!!

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    3. nope, Dezzy doesn't do booze, but we could clink glasses with some blueberry juice... now that I lurv!

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    4. Dezzzz is just pulling your leg, Linda. He's an expert in the field of pulling, believe me. Legs, obviously. He's much smarter than he wants us to believe.

      Now, that booze you were talking... You can count me in. Blueberry booze.

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    5. So......neither of you boys partake?

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    6. Fantastic!
      Have a great weekend Blue....
      Long weekend here in Canada....YAY!
      Off to the cottage shortly. :o)

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  23. I'm with Linda. I do love a well dressed man! As for myself, I think Jason got very, very lucky with me. I'll wear the designer stuff, but only if I find it in the thrift shop. Thankfully. we live right down the road from Notre Dame. All those rich college girls donate their crap to Salvation Army all the time. So, on $1 clothing days, I get my wardrobe for the year for about $20. No matter how much money we may make, I'll always be a trailer park girl at heart. Thrifty is my middle name ;)

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    1. and there's the person who expects me to take her to a red carpet even someday :)

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    2. Hi, Theresa. Jason got lucky with you, alright, but I'm sure it has nothing to do with the way you go about buying clothes.I hope those rich college girls don't actually donate their crap ;) I mean, what's so specially about theirs, right?

      Dezz, what makes you think she expects you to walk her down the red carpet anyway?

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    3. Darling Dezzy, you will take me down the red carpet one day, and I'll be sure to splurge a little on a nice dress. We have a lovely BCBG store here that I just adore. I'm sure I could find something suitable there. We'd sure look hawt!!!!

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    4. I was just kidding, Dezz... you lucky son of a gun. Obviously I will have to send you a Ted Baker suit if you are going to take my friend Theresa down the red carpet. I don't even know your favorite color...

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    5. that's an old deal of Theresa's and mine, Blue... since she never wore a gown in her life, not even a wedding one, we decided to take her to Oscars one day to give her the opportunity.... but I'm guessing her plan is for us to be styled by Salvation Army :)

      I've never wore a suit.. I'd look like a penguin in it! Or like a walrus in a sack :)

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    6. No. You'd look like me: dashing. Trust me. I like that deal of yours.

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    7. Gawd - did Dezzy say, "like a walrus in a sack?" Is that true? Would he look like that.

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    8. Of course not. He likes drama, is all.

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    9. Well, the Salvation Army does have some amazing prom cast offs in spring. I'm sure we could find something stylish there :) You'll have to take Dezzy up on the suit offer though. I've never seen one at the thrift store, so you are all on your own with getting a tux. Even if it does make you look like a walrus in a sack lol.

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    10. I meant Blue. Take Blue up on the suit offer ;)

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    11. Will do, Theresa. Dezz, listen to Theresa or I'll send you more tea.

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  24. There are worse addictions than suits!

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  25. LOL, I thought women were the only ones who do this. Yes, I HATE dressing rooms. I try to avoid them if I can, which means lots of return trips to return things, sadly.

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    1. Well, let's just say we're a dying breed, but we do exist ;)

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  26. hahahahahhahahahahahahahahaha...but I'm sure you look awesome in the suits which makes it all worth it in the end.

    and I'm so not a fan of clothes shopping, so if I found a solution like you have, I'd go the same route too.

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    1. Hi Lynda. Would it surprise you if I told you I often buy my clothes online?

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  27. My taste is expensive but my budget is dirt poor. We have stores like Marshall's, Ross, & TJ Maxx that help the ol' wallet so I can have a taste of the good life…and so can my daughter. Even with those discount stores, I spent a ton on school shopping for her. Did I mention we both loathe shopping? yeah, two grumpy girls…

    Hope you're well Blue and thanks for popping by over the summer!

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    1. Hi Elsie. Shopping isn't my favorite thing either... when it takes longer than an hour.

      I'm doing okay, Elsie. Thank you for asking. Talk to you soon.

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  28. Calvin Klein makes me look and smell good. I'm old school!

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  29. It was fun to learn you are a blue fashionista!

    I agree with several previous comments. But you have to remember I live in the land of the high (and do not partake but like to go high up mountain tops). The are far worse things to which one might be addicted. Besides the obvious, I'd say yarn and fabric can be far costlier than and clothing spree...

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    1. There are far worse things to which one may be addicted. HATE auto correct, and HATE typing on a phone!

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    2. Blue fashionista is my middle name. Hey, good to hear from you again. Just don't get addicted to auto correct and typing on a phone! I hate them both. I'd rather buy myself another suit...

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  30. Well, you won't find any judging here. I am very, VERY addicted to nice purses. Seriously, I have an entire rack of them in my bedroom. Not one of them isn't made of real leather. Most of them are made by Lucky Brand, and one of them is a Hobo brand bag. I have three nice Hobo wallets, too. It's an illness, but my husband has come to accept it over the years. He's learned to shake his head a little, and usually just leaves me to my own devices whenever I answer the siren call of walking into my local Lucky Brand store. I love their tops and jeans as well. Oh, and their shoes! And don't even get me started on how much I love their jackets!!! Heck, one of the many reasons why I love the Fall so much is because I can once again start wearing all of my fabulous jackets again!!! So exciting!

    I may need help...or at least another purse...

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    1. I love your comments. Who says women don't have a sense of humor? Well, anyone? I thought so. What you need is another purse. Any particular color you'd be interested in?

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    2. Probably gray. I've got plenty of blue and brown purses. I could use something in a cooler tone that could still go with anything. (You see how much thought goes into these things?)

      And women definitely have a sense of humor, but only about things that we care about, be it deeply or superficially. We have to care enough to have a few experiences with these things and form opinions about them. It's one of our many charms. :)

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    3. A lot of thought! As expected, of course. Of course women have a sense of humor. It's just that a lot of men (who don't know anything about women) think women don't have a sense of humor whatsoever. That's why I prefer watching romantic comedies to football or baseball. See how much thought goes into this?

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  31. Not going to lie, I am quite keen on Ted Baker shoes so I feel your pain

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    1. Finally. I knew there just had to be someone who would really understand my pain and suffering.

      Now that you are here and cous Azra is back, all is good. So to celebrate, I propose we go and buy something from our local Ted Baker store. Yes?

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