Re: Thank you Dana! (Loin clothes? Is someone speaking of loin clothes?)

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Posted by Diana S on August 17, 2000 at 07:43:03:

In Reply to: Re: Thank you Dana! (Loin clothes? Is someone speaking of loin clothes?) posted by NightSky on August 16, 2000 at 16:57:23:

: : : : : : All I can say is WOW what a man! What are the type of pants he's wearing? It doesn't look like he was wearing anything under them :)

: : : : : : Thanks again

: : : : : Hi Tonya,

: : : : : LOL...I believe he's wearing leggings with a breechclout and a loin cloth over top. With Uncas, however, our imaginations tend to run wild.

: : : : : ...Jeri

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: : : : Really, Tonya, let's be mature about this.;) Uncas is dressed in a perfectly acceptable and decent fashion. Very appropriate for the year 1757. It would only be RUDE to stare. It's JUST a breechclout. Calm down.;) You don't see Cora going ape over it, do you? You're new, right? Well, we don't get all worked up over loincloths here in MohicanLand.:))) It goes against our well-bred natures.

: : : : Speaking of class...Chigachgook wins first place in my book. Remember, Ching probably taught Uncas and Hawkeye everything they knew. Ching is THE man.

: : : : Just adding a little balance...:)

: : : : Dana S.

: : : Here I was, canning tomatos, minding my own business, when this tickling sensation in the back of my mind just told me that someone, somewhere, was discussing our favorite subject. What a surprise it should be this site! After Rich's recent "capture," the subject has once again come to the forefront.

: : : Speaking of loin clothes, since I'm looking at sewing up the proverbial required attire for BT, I told him he needed to go to a tanning bed, as he has the whitest butt cheeks this side of DDL. I think that's where ES has it over DDL, it's the color of those lovely hips.

: : : Have a good one! Back to the stove. NS

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: : Manohman, NightSky! I'd trade all the loinclothes in the world for one of your tomatoes on some grilled Texas toast and a big glass of sweet tea!

: : Dana S.

: Oh, Ms. Dana: I was thinking of you the other day when I was searching for one vacant spot on my counter on which to put one more tomato. My favorite "Celebrity's" are about 1-1/2 lbs. each and the size of a healthy softball. One slice does a burger in. And the sweet tea is in the fridge, so come on down. I even have some fresh ham salad I just made with our homemade pickle relish that would be perfect in one of those lovely tomatos. (Hmmmmm, think I know what's for supper now.)

: If we were to gather later in the season next year (say September), there'd be a mighty healthy bushel of the big red ones headed for Chimney Rock. (Maybe that will tempt Rich into a firm answer.) Along with green beans canned in spring water, watermellon from the patch, bread & butter pickles, and fresh herbs to liven everything up. All organic and delicious. I bet we could even convince Miss Marcia to bring along some fuuuuuudge!

: Starting to sound like a plan, do ya think?

: NS


Nightsky you'd best remember Cecelia and I live close enough for a road trip to the VA Blue Ridge, and these are just the trappings that get our attention.

If I were you I'd cease and desist (however that's spota-had been said) this talk this instant if you don't want no mouths-a-waterin' Mohicanites whining on your doorstep!

Oh and I forgot to add last post - Greetings to the BT and the boys!!!

*trying to keep mind on work AND NOT on tomato slices on grilled beans in SPRING WATER...and MmMmMm-bread and butter pickles...*


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