Posted by Miss Marcia on August 18, 1999 at 19:13:17:
In Reply to: Re: just for fun... posted by She Who Tracks La Longue Carabine on August 18, 1999 at 18:36:55:
: Beg pardon, ladies, but I couldn't help overhearin' yer talk about fashion and the newest fabrics. If'n I mought ask a question - - how are these new fineries like to stand up to bear grease and an occasional soakin' in' body fluids o' one kind or another? Can ye still get 'em clean beatin' 'em against the rocks? As ye well know, I'm never averse to tryin' a little new fashion here and there. A hunteress can't be too careful about her image when she heads out for a long hunt in the canoe or over the trail, and I been havin' an especially difficult time getting the wet dog smell out o' these buckskins I been wearin' , though they're only five or six years old. Mebbe a new dog would help, come to think of it.
After the mayhem caused when last I saw your dog, Hector, perhaps a NEW dog wouldn't be amiss, miss. Howsever, if I know my hunteresses, and I think I do, that's probably not a realistic option. I know you're plumb attached to that worthless, shiftless, toothless, and hairless ol' hound! So, the question is, how to freshen up your buckskins or, failing that, what to replace them with.
I shall check with Sassy on the morrow, but I seem to recollect that she has a new laundry product, herself, that she's been testing out on some of her mystical finery. I believe she calls this stuff KLO-ROCKS, and she says it beats ALL for whitenin' and deodorizin'! Now I know the ROCKS part must pertain to the area of the stream where we normally beats our clothes to smithereens, but I don't rightly know what the heck the KLO part is. That must be the magic ingredient that does the trick. Anyway, I can ask Sassy if she'll let you try this KLO-ROCKS out on your buckskins, if you like. Let's face it...as rank as those things are getting, what harm can it do?
Yours Most Graciously,
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