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Re: Merry Rose favors?
On Mar 28, 12:36, Lance Harrop wrote:
> Well, you don't have to wear one, you know. After all, the favor would
> either mean the Merry Rose likes the person wearing it, or the person
> wearing it likes the Merry Rose.
It also means that the person wearing it isn't bothered by wearing a
symbol from the 1990's with their pre-seventeenth century clothing. I
think this is what Keilyn was refering to. The banner is a nice &
funny joke, but I'm not wearing it with my clothing all the time.
> > Keilyn the stuffy
> > (and still recovering from Sunday)
> Sorry you're feeling poorly.
Last time she felt me, she did a good job.
Gregory Blount of Isenfir
(I hope more people than just Keilyn get that joke...)