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

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Posted by Christina on August 17, 2000 at 11:29:33:

In Reply to: Re: Thank you Dana! (Loin clothes? Is someone speaking of loin clothes?) posted by Diana S on August 17, 2000 at 07:43:03:

: : : : : : : 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...*

: Di

Wow, NS, I'm only down in South Carolina! I could be up in Virginia within five hours....we've let our tomato garden go way to seed and I could die for some big red fresh 'maters with salt 'n' pepper on 'em...and some of them pickles!

If anybody's feeling hungry or sociable and wants to come to Columbia, can't offer you any 'maters, but I could whip up some Scottish eggs, Slovak-style bow-tie pasta and stuffed cabbages.
(there are some bizarre culinary advantages to being both Celtic and Eastern European in heritage...)


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