No socks with the sandals?FALSE ADVERTISING, I say.Just kidding. They look fabulous, Marie. Congrats.
Hey, talk about service! Mine arrived in the morning mail, all the way over in Berlin. It wouldn't have, of course, if it were a check. But thanks!
Damn, that was schnell!Er, I'm mailing you a check?
I got mine today...thanks! Great artwork, and I'm glad to see Uganda made it on this map (and is fittingly represented by a broken-heart hippo).
Thanks--it IS gorgeous, isn't it! Jessica Wolk-Stanley is SO talented. Herr Marlboro's Yamaha XT Tenere is the wrong color--his is/was blue, but it's artistic license! He'll never see it anyway.
No, you're not mailing me a check, just some magazines. But if someone *had* mailed me a check...
Magazines: mailed the day after you left. Postcard: a week later. Interesting. Though I did mail the magazines the super-cheap way.
Ax, I wore socks with sandals once! ONCE! It just happened to be captured in a Kodak moment...
Oh, it was captured in something far worse than Kodak, m'dear... It's frozen FOREVER in the minds of your snarky friends. Ax.PS: I, um, ran to the store the other day in socks and Italian sandals, if that makes you feel any better. The black fabric on black leather effect was slightly more passable, but the SHAME remains.
I thought socks'n'sandals was a German thing.
A quick rundown of the people I've seen wear socks and sandals:-several Russian men on freighters-some older Australian women-some Dutch guys I met in a hostel in St. Petersburg-me, once, because it was freezing before the sun came up on the dunes in Namibia-me, frequently, when I have to suddenly run out to meet the UPS man and I'm lounging around the house in my socks.
Canadians do it frequently. I didn't know it was a fashion faux pas, actually. Maybe Canadians are just so fashionable that they can pull anything off. Hmmmmm . . .
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