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OOPS!

I voted "Yes" and "None" respectively and the vote passed.

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OOPS!

I voted "Yes" and "None" respectively and the vote passed.

Andy in the Emperor's new clothes?

Your Highness,

"A poor workman blames his tools"...So, you better fire that mouse, and
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Andy wrote:

OOPS!

I voted "Yes" and "None" respectively and the vote passed.

Andy in the Emperor's new clothes?

Your Highness,

"A poor workman blames his tools"...So, you better fire that mouse, and
quick



Heh heh heh heh heh!!!

All the best,

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Michael "Dog3" Lonergan wrote:


Well, so far the "NOs" are winning. I guess the majority of us cook nekkid


Now *that* would make for an interesting RFC "Photo Gallery"

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Glad to see I'm in the majority... ;-)
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Michael "Dog3" Lonergan wrote:


Well, so far the "NOs" are winning. I guess the majority of us cook nekkid


Now *that* would make for an interesting RFC "Photo Gallery"


Especially if you are a fan of the Rubenesque? ;-)
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In part of the avante garde, clearly an outlier.

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Chatty Cathy wrote:
Michael "Dog3" Lonergan wrote:


Well, so far the "NOs" are winning. I guess the majority of us cook
nekkid


Now *that* would make for an interesting RFC "Photo Gallery"


Not interesting to me! But I'm always on the lookout for a nice bib-style
apron. It's not that it's needed, mind you, but I like them. Gives me a
nice 'Victorian era' feel to being in the kitchen. And you can always be
nekkid behind an apron which would come as a surprise to your SO

Jill


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Chatty Cathy wrote:
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I bought some cheap bibbed artists' aprons to use for tie-dye and also
use them for cooking. It is *amazing* how much "gunk" ends up on the
apron. After the first time I wore it cooking, I vowed never to cook
without it. FWIW, the aprons I got were about $3.00 each at Michael's
(pack of 3 for $10 on sale) and are white canvas/cotton - very
utilitarian but very handy.

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I have to add to my survey response, that my 16-y-o
(non-lemming) daughter wears short aprons as a fashion
accessory! She finds the pockets useful. Hence, when I am
prowling around antiques stores, I have to be on the lookout
for interesting ones.

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Michael "Dog3" Lonergan wrote:
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Michael "Dog3" Lonergan wrote:


Well, so far the "NOs" are winning. I guess the majority of us cook
nekkid


Now *that* would make for an interesting RFC "Photo Gallery"


I have a couple laying around here somewhere.


Are they anyone you know, and what are they doing to each other? hehe

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Jean B. wrote:
Chatty Cathy wrote:
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Vote now!

Thanks go to skyhooks for sending in this survey.


I have to add to my survey response, that my 16-y-o
(non-lemming) daughter wears short aprons as a fashion
accessory! She finds the pockets useful. Hence, when I am
prowling around antiques stores, I have to be on the lookout
for interesting ones.


They can be fun! I'm not your daughter but I find the Victorian style
(crossed in the back) bibbed aprons to be absolutely charming! Makes me
think of old black & white movies and where's my ruffled cap with the
ribbons down the back? You can find some with nice stenciling on the
front or embroidered. Some of them are too pretty to get all messed up.

Jill


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Chatty Cathy wrote:
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Who were the three retards that answered "I can't answer, my choice is
not listed".....an apron is either, long, short, bibbed or unbibbed.

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projectile vomit chick wrote:
Chatty Cathy wrote:
http://www.recfoodcooking.com/

Vote now!

Thanks go to skyhooks for sending in this survey.


Who were the three retards that answered "I can't answer, my choice is
not listed".....an apron is either, long, short, bibbed or unbibbed.


Wow! Somehow I never pictured you as an expert on aprons... didn't
take the survey, don't use aprons... will you still love me anyway?



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